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As my organization is ISO-certified and it is mentioned in the website too, can I use the award property to provide this certification information?

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Definitely you can use ISO certified as schema award markup in person, organization, Product or creativework.

It's a text field and you are allowed to write eg: "ISO 2015 Certified Company"

Here's an example for organization mark up validated using structured data testing tool. [ Details provided is not valid]

{ "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "Organization", "name": "TEST Company.", "url": "https://test.com", "legalName": "TEST Incorporated", "leiCode": "12345678111Y", "naics": "11111",
"duns": "123333333", "taxID": "11-111111", "vatID": "111111111",
"email": "info@test.com", "description": "Test is a company based in Utah US that codes and sells applications.", "alternateName": [ "Test", "Testing" ], "mainEntityOfPage": "https://techcrunch.com/news/test", "sameAs": "https://wikipedia.org/organization/test", "logo": "https://test.com/imagestest.jpg", "image": [ "https://test.com/images/test1.jpg", "https://test.com/images/test2.jpg", "https://test.com/images/test3.jpg" ], "alumni": "TEST", "award": "ISO 2015 Certified Company", "brand": [ "XooTee", "XooShoes", "XooPremium" ], "address": { "@type": "PostalAddress", "addressLocality": "qwert", "postalCode": "123432", "streetAddress": "qwertyu" }, "contactPoint": { "contactType": "Customer Service", "email": "tets@test.com", "telephone": "+1234567890", "productSupported": "qwertyu", "hoursAvailable": [ "Mo-Fri 08:00-20:00", "Sa-Su 10:00-18:00" ], "url": "https://test.com/press" }, "founder": "Jim Test", "foundingDate": "1904-08-10", "numberOfEmployees": "100", "seeks": "Fame" }

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