Congratulations to the 2022 ARIN Community Grant Recipients
Posted: Wednesday, 21 September 2022
The ARIN Community Grant Program provides financial grants in support of initiatives that improve the overall Internet industry and Internet user environment, advance ARIN’s mission, and broadly benefit the Internet community within the ARIN region.
Since the program’s launch in 2019, ARIN has funded over a dozen projects, and we are pleased to announce the 2022 ARIN Community Grant Program recipients.
Refactor and Upgrade ntpd’s Extension Field Handling
Network Time Foundation
Talent, Oregon, USA
Grant Amount: $20,000
RPKI Adoption in the ARIN region - Measurements and Outreach
DNS Research Federation
Oxford, United Kingdom
Grant Amount: $17,000
AS112 Project Website Improvements
Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Grant Amount: $7,500
ARIN thanks all those who applied for the 2022 ARIN Community Grant Program. Interested in applying for a 2023 ARIN Community Grant? Read our recent blog post on the Top 5 Reasons to Apply for an ARIN Community Grant. Applications for next year’s program will open in spring 2023.
Learn more about ARIN Community Grant Program recipients, including detailed information on projects, application statistics, and more.
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