Posted: Thursday, 23 June 2016
When you visit the ARIN website in search of historical information like reports from Public Policy & Members Meetings and Public Policy Consultations, meeting minutes for the Advisory Council and Board of Trustees, ARIN public announcements going back to 2002, and a range of corporate documents, you will find yourself in ARIN's Vault.
The ARIN Vault was developed to provide an easily searchable, accessible repository for historical documents.Navigation between the Vault and www.arin.net is designed to be seamless. Navigation on www.arin.net is unchanged, and each Vault page has a "Return to www.arin.net" tab on the left border of the display. The Vault has its own internal navigation to make it easy to research historical documents, and changes have been made to our site's search functionality to enhance user's ability to search for archival content. Over the next few weeks, you'll begin to see links directly to the Vault in search results.
As part of this content migration, we have moved to a simple, responsive design that is easily accessible on phones and tablets. We have also put in place redirects that will hopefully ensure bookmarked links or links from other websites do not break, but if you run across a broken link or other issue, please let us know at email@example.com.
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