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ACSP Suggestion 2011.7: Display Agreements Associated With Organizations

Suggestion

Author:
Mark Norviel
Submitted On:
15 February 2011

Include which agreements have been signed in the Organization Data, i.e. RSA, LRSA for each AS and IP allocations

 

Clarification from Author: I do not think I asked for the information to be displayed as a WHOIS request, I was asking for the information to be available as a feature of a members login. In other words, I should able to sign on my account and see what agreements I have entered in to.

Timeframe:  Immediate

Status:
Open
Updated:
22 July 2011

Tracking Information

ARIN Comment

02 March 2011

Given the nature of your request in that it proposes to supplement public Whois organizational data with registration service agreement and legacy registration service agreement information for IP addresses and AS number, ARIN will need to seek the input of the ARIN Board of Trustees and consult the community regarding this request.

ARIN is planning to do the necessary systems work (including entry of this information) in the latter half of 2011 according to current plan, and then will bring the suggestion to the community for discussion. This suggestion will remain open.

ARIN Comment

20 July 2011

Mark,

As you may have noticed from John Curran's response on PPML, he is supportive of this suggestion. However, it turns out to be rather challenging in practice, because any signed agreement with ARIN is inherently under non-disclosure from a legal perspective. In addition, ARIN has many non-disclosures executed at the request of organizations which specifically prohibit such information from being published. The effect of both of these conditions is that we would need an explicit waiver before being able to publish the contractual status information in WHOIS. It would be difficult and quite costly for ARIN to seek an NDA waiver approval from every organization, and it is likely that many organizations not respond positively or not respond at all to such a waiver request. This leaves ARIN unable at present to provide to provide the data in a consistent manner per your suggestion. While ARIN will not be implementing your suggestion, but we will look into whether future changes to the registration services agreement could bring about a similar outcome in the future. This suggestion is now closed.

ARIN Comment

22 July 2011

Mark,

Thank you for the clarification regarding your suggestion.

We are planning for future ARIN Online functionality to allow Points of Contact (POCs) associated with an organization to see the agreements that organization has with ARIN. We do not have a specific date for implementation as we are still working on enable core registration functionality within ARIN Online as well as re-engineering the infrastructure on which it is based. At the time we do start planning this feature implementation, we will likely first start with service agreements, RSA and LRSAs, then move to non-dislosure agreements afterwards. When we have this scheduled for development and implementation, we will provide you an update at that time. Thanks again for your clarification and as a result we will keep this suggestion open.

ARIN Comment

09 April 2012

Staff has determined that it would cost approximately $18,900 in engineering efforts plus limited registration services and communications efforts to implement.

Implementation will be as follows:

  • Only active RSAs will be included.
  • The agreement type shown will be either:
    • RSA (including version number)
    • LRSA
    • Not covered
  • RSA information will be shown for NETs and ASNs, not ORGs.