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To APNIC members, friends, and others
This message is being sent to you as a member or stakeholder of APNIC, the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre.
The APNIC Executive Council (EC) has recently commissioned the next official survey of APNIC's community, to be conducted by the international Financial and Consulting firm KPMG. This will be the third APNIC Members and Stakeholders Survey (following surveys in 1999 and 2001).
The aims of this survey are again to widely canvas the views and inputs of APNIC's community, and to contribute to APNIC's future planning processes. As an open membership-based organisation, APNIC will value, and act on, the results of this survey, in our genuine efforts to continuously improve services and activities.
Unlike previous surveys, this activity will be based primarily on structured questionnaires, rather than interviews and meetings. This is to reduce cost and to allow more precise and structured feedback about APNIC's specific activities, priorities, and budget allocations.
As in previous surveys, responses will be compiled by KPMG, who will protect the anonymity of all contributions. Responses will be accepted in any of the major languages of the Asia Pacific region.
The APNIC EC strongly encourages all interested parties to participate in this important process. Full details of how to participate will be available shortly. We hope to present preliminary results of the survey at the coming APNIC Open Policy Meeting, to be held in Fiji later in 2004.
In the meantime, for information on past APNIC surveys, please visit the APNIC website at:
We do hope that you will assist by contributing to this important activity.
Paul Wilson, Director General APNIC.
________________________________________________________________________ Paul Wilson, Director-General, APNIC email@example.com http://www.apnic.net ph/fx +61 7 3858 3100/99