Fwd: [NRO-IANAXFER] CRISP Team review of the Updated 5th Draft SLA for the IANA Numbering Services
FYI to colleagues in the APNIC region.
-------- Forwarded Message -------- Subject: [NRO-IANAXFER] CRISP Team review of the Updated 5th Draft SLA for the IANA Numbering Services Date: Sat, 2 Apr 2016 08:41:32 +0900 From: Izumi Okutani firstname.lastname@example.org To: email@example.com
The CRISP Team has reviewed the 5th Draft SLA, and we observe no inconsistencies observed with the number community proposal, i.e., the ICG proposal,including the changes made from the 4th Draft.
Updated 5th Draft SLA for the IANA Numbering Services https://www.nro.net/news/updated-5th-draft-sla-for-the-iana-numbering-servic...
The focus of our review remains unchanged, and we primarily reviewed whether the SLA sufficiently covers the following four key elements of the number community proposal.
* Service level requirements of the IANA Numbering Services are clearly defined to meet the expectations of the RIRs and the Internet numbers community * The RIRs, and the Internet number Community through the Review Committee are able to conduct review of the service level, to ensure the service level is met in accordance with the SLA * The RIRs have the ability to terminate the SLA, while at the same time ensuring the stability of the IANA Numbering Services, in accordance with the number community proposal * The IPR and rights over data are transferred, in accordance with the number community proposal
We would like to thank RIRs and ICANN for developing the 5th Draft in timely manner, and sharing it in a continued transparent manner with Internet number community. For accountability of the SLA to be based on the ICG proposal with support from the community, it is our expectation that the completion of this SLA will continue to take place in such a transparent and open manner.
As we have expressed in our review for the 4th Draft, as SLA provides the Internet number community with its required accountability measures on IANA Numbering Services, it must be considered as an essential commitment along with other improvements to ICANN’s accountability. While the SLA will have no effect until the transition actually takes place on 30 September 2016, it should be finalsed and signed, no later than the finalised changes to the ICANN Bylaws which have been specified by CCWG-accountability.
It is our understanding and expectation that, the next version, reflecting feedback from the public comment by NRO until 15th April will be the final version of the SLA. We trust the RIRs and ICANN continue to work constructively and transparently to finalise an SLA that respects the wishes of the number community including the timeline of its finalisation.
Best Regards, Izumi Okutani and Nurani Nimpuno on behalf of the CRISP Team
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