I think you are off-base here. And require more involvement and background before making such statements. I suggest you spend more time listening and learning.
As the Chair/Manager of the Implementation Support Group, I can assure you that ALL the members, Autodesk included, are very dedicated to making IFC work. Every software vendor has to invest time and resources to making it work in each of their respective products. For some this is a larger investment than others. Much of the time it has to do with the complexity and size of the task.
Some efforts can be uneven because of the nature of their development. Some projects, like IfcDOC were started and mainly developed by individuals who have stepped back from said development and bSI engagement. When such tools are found to have value, they must switch to a larger group effort… but this transition isn’t always easy. Patience, assistance, and humility are often needed to help.
End users can very easily be taken to task for NOT trying to learn or implement the IFC/interoperability functionality offered to them in various products. In some cases, it requires a small bit of extra effort, in others, it requires that the users DON’T OVERRIDE application defaults to get results (it happens more often than you think). But in almost all cases, such functionality requires the end user to learn more about how to properly use the product, create good BIMs and even better interoperable BIMs.
bSI is a USER-DRIVEN community. Standards development is based on end user needs. The more and greater variety of end users actively engaged helps the development and implementation parts of the community to do a more complete, thorough, and reliable job. All such work takes resources and time.
I have been involved with bSI for just over 10 years, now. In that time I have seen a lot of people put in a great deal of donated time and effort to move the entire endeavor forward. I will say that the progress of the last 5 years has been much greater than that of the previous 20, mainly because more of the global industry is attaching themselves to the effort and recognizing its importance.
Rather than being bombastic, I would appreciate more positive engagement and results moving forward.