Akoma Ntoso is adopted or is becoming good practice in a number of government bodies in several countries that aim to customize and adapt Akoma Ntoso to their legal systems and purposes.
A non-exhaustive list is here presented:
- Kenya Law Report (xml standard for document management);
- South Africa SAFLII;
- Code4SouthAfrica for modelling the South Africa law.
- European Parliament (bill and amendments);
- European Commission (legal drafting);
- Senate of Italy (bill publication in open data);
- Chamber of Deputies of Italy;
- High Court of Cassation of Italy (xml standard for document management);
- UK The National Archives, Legislation portal (an example);
- University College Cork, Ireland (modelling norms);
- University of Turin, Italy (EuCase Project).
- Official Journal of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg (act, bill);
- University of Luxembourg, Legal Informatics Luxembourg
- LexML Brasil Senate of Brazil (act, bill, consolidation, point-in-time) – more information;
- Parliament of Uruguay (bill workflow);
- Chamber of Deputies Argentina;
- Chamber of Deputies of Chile;
- Digesto Jurídico Nicaraguense.
- House of Representatives of the United States of America;
- Library of Congress of Chile (bill and debates);
- Office of the Law Revision Counsel of the United States House of Representatives (codification management);
- State of California (xml standard for document management).
- Federal Chancellery of Switzerland (publication in gazette);
- FAO for collecting comments during the standard definition;
- mySociety with SayIt;
- Open North with OpenHouseNS for modelling the debates of Nova Scozia, CA;
- Hong Kong City State (xml standard for document management).