This is an Internet Draft. Internet Drafts are the working documents of the IETF - some become standards most don't.
The IETF allows anyone to publish an Internet Draft. This is an 'individual draft' - produced by an individual, and not an IETF working group. So it's a bit disingenuous to say that the "IETF Opens Draft Version of Updated SSH for Public Review" as the linked article does. (And as noted, in other comments, this document is more about operational best practice than changes to protocol standards anyway.)
Unless this is picked up by an IETF working group then it can't be a standard - the independent RFC submission track only allows the resultant RFCs to classed as Informational or Experimental.
I'm not sure where "final version of the standard is expected in October" comes from. It isn't what "Expires: October 06, 2013" means on the draft. (All Internet Drafts expire after 6 months.)