Information-centric networking (ICN) is a promising architecture for the future Internet that disseminates content based on named data instead of named hosts. It brings in novel naming mechanisms, innovative security schemes, and routing strategies as well as in-network caching at intermediate nodes, has led researchers into considering a radical change to the Internet architecture and its related standardization activities have been progressed. There into, International Telecommunication Union Telecommunication Standardization Sector, ITU-T, has begun the ICN standardization from 2012 to promote the development of future networks. In this paper, we summarize the standardization activities on Data-Aware Networking (DAN) which corresponds to ICN in ITU-T. Besides, we provide some guidelines for a case study on ITU-T recommendation Y.3071: Data-Aware Networking (Information Centric Networking) - Requirements and Capabilities, by highlighting our contributions during all the process for this standard.