This document extends and updates the content and the scope of Deliverable D6.3 − Report on the business plan of ISO/TC 261 as well as on standards of other ISO and CEN TCs that are relevant for AM technology and the scope of Deliverable D6.5 – Report on proposed extensions to existing standards that are relevant to AM including the opportunity of developing IWA(s) as well as the content of the internal D6.7 preliminary draft that was made available to project stakeholders to update them on the outcomes of the 14th ISO/TC 261 plenary meeting held in Senlis, France on September 2019. The content of this document also includes the outcomes of the 5th CEN/TC 438 plenary meeting held in Frankfurt on November 2019 (with participation of the author by teleconference) and of the outcomes of the series of meetings of ISO/TC 261 held in El Paso, Texas between February 10 and February 14, 2020 with the physical participation of the author of this document. PARADDISE project representatives are very actively participating to the work ISO/TC 261 Technical Committee including all its Working Groups and including a significant number of Joint ISO/TC 261 – ASTM F42 Groups. The PARADDISE project maintains a liaison with CEN/TC 438 Additive Manufacturing and is very actively participating to its works. This document also includes information related to the resolution of scope conflicts between ISO/TC 261, Additive Manufacturing and ISO/TC 184/SC 1, Physical device control and ISO/TC 184/SC 4, Industrial data as well as information on standards related to AM that are under the jurisdiction of those two ISO/TC 184 subcommittees. Information is also provided on the on going activities of the CEN/TC 54 and CEN/TC 438 JWG 11 addressing special requirements for pressure vessel and components manufactured applying Additive Manufacturing technologies.