Posts by Einar Bohlin
Our Government Affairs Department shares an update about some of the interesting work they did with the ITU last year, including work on NewIP, OTT, and ICTs.
Anne-Rachel Inné, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs, shares an update on the important work her department has been involved in over this past year.
The Government Affairs and Public Policy (GAPP) Team continues its coverage of international events of importance to ARIN and associated international public policies related to the Internet.
On the Way to the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference (PP18): The Americas Region Work on Common Proposals
Anne-Rachel Inné and Einar Bohlin, Government Affairs and Public Policy team, share the latest updates about the work we've been involved with leading up to the 2018 ITU Plenipotentiary Conference.
It’s official: 2016 is off and running! We have a lot planned for this year, but we’re kicking things off with a Public Policy Consultation (PPC) in just a couple weeks.
It has been a busy summer, and things show no sign of slowing in the world of the ARIN Policy Development. Soon you will have two opportunities to take part in the discussion of 10 policy proposals.
Tomorrow morning during NANOG 61, ARIN will host a Public Policy Consultation, or PPC, to discuss possible changes to Internet number resource policy. Currently the Advisory Council's (AC) docket includes 10 Draft Policies and 4 Recommended Draft Policies, so there are will be a lot to discuss. The Draft policies are simply proposals that have been found by the AC to be clear and in scope. They are all works in progress. Tomorrow the AC will be seeking community feedback to see if consensus can be found on the value these proposals offer in the creation of good policy.
Today we will discuss eight draft policies, one recommended draft policy, and three policy proposals – and the success of each will be determined by the outcome of ARIN’s policy process. It can be difficult to follow what all the terms we use to describe the different steps in our Policy Development Process (PDP), so I’m going to try to help break down all these variations for you so you will know exactly what we’re talking about when we say “draft policy” versus “recommended draft policy” and so on.
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