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-------- Forwarded Message -------- Subject: [NRO-IANAXFER] CRISP Team review of the Updated 4th Draft SLA for the IANA Numbering Services Date: Fri, 4 Mar 2016 22:37:53 +0900 From: Izumi Okutani firstname.lastname@example.org To: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
The CRISP Team has reviewed the Updated 4th Draft SLA for the IANA Numbering Services.
Updated 4th Draft SLA for the IANA Numbering Services https://www.nro.net/news/updated-4th-draft-sla-for-the-iana-numbering-servic...
Firstly, we would like to thank both ICANN and RIRs for sharing all comments and updates on the SLA from its Third Draft in a continued transparent manner with Internet number community. It is our expectation that the completion of this SLA will continue to take place in such a transparent and open manner.
We observe that the 4th Draft SLA is consistent with the number community proposal and we support the comments made by RIR staff in working towards a final SLA document, addressing the feedback received from ICANN. We have 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
In particular, we support the NRO revisions numbered below, which are required to ensure consistency with the CRISP proposal. The previously proposed text, without the NRO revisions addressing ICANN's feedback, would be inconsistent with the number community proposal as well as the final ICG proposal, and therefore not acceptable to the Internet number community.
Source 15: 8.1- Periodic Review Source 16: 8.2- Cooperation with review Source 17: 9- Failure to Perform Source 20: 10.3 Right not to renew Source 24: 11.1 - Submission of a plan (* The RIR Lawyer Comment says 11.2.1 - could it be a typo?) Source 35: 11.2 - Transition to Successor Operator Source 26: 12.1 - Assignment of IPR and rights to Data
In addition, we wish to remind the community that the SLA provides the Internet number community with its required accountability measures, which are clearly represented within the number community proposal; and it is therefore essential to the CRISP support for the IANA transition plan.
The SLA will have no effect until the transition actually takes place on 30 September 2016, however it must be considered as an essential commitment along with other improvements to ICANN’s accountability. In particular the SLA should be executed or otherwise guaranteed, no later than the execution of changes to the ICANN Bylaws which have been specified by CCWG-accountability.
The CRISP team wishes to express our concern about the lateness of the comments on the SLA made by ICANN, close to four months after the latest published version of the SLA by the RIRs.
We would like to strongly request both ICANN and RIRs to work swiftly on providing additional inputs if any, so that the accountability measures needed for the Internet number community, can be put into place according to the schedule as described above. We trust that ICANN and RIRs continue to work constructively and transparently to finalise an SLA that respects the wishes of the number community.
Izumi Okutani and Nurani Nimpuno on behalf of the CRISPT Team
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