Public Policy

A Process of Refining Policies

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The Atlanta PPC was a good example of the how the ARIN policy process works, it is a process of refinement. Proposals and draft policies go through multiple reviews and revisions before being accepted as Policy and added to the Number Resource Policy Manual (NRPM) or abandoned along the way.

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Follow the Policy Path from Proposal to Adoption

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Today we will discuss eight draft policies, one recommended draft policy, and three policy proposals – and the success of each will be determined by the outcome of ARIN’s policy process. It can be difficult to follow what all the terms we use to describe the different steps in our Policy Development Process (PDP), so I’m going to try to help break down all these variations for you so you will know exactly what we’re talking about when we say “draft policy” versus “recommended draft policy” and so on.

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ARIN 31 Daily Recap: Day 3

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We can’t believe ARIN 31 has already come and gone. Thanks to all of you who joined us for another successful Public Policy and Members Meeting! This is your final daily recap from here in Bridgetown, Barbados. Day 3 Daily Recap Today, members heard the most recent news from each ARIN department.  These updates includedRead More

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ARIN 31 Daily Recap: Day 2

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Day 2 of ARIN’s Public Policy Meeting in Bridgetown, Barbados is a wrap.  We had many interesting discussions, presentations, and networking opportunities so far, and there is still another day ahead so don’t forget to tune in tomorrow morning from 9:00 AM (AST) until noon for the final day of ARIN 31. We post allRead More

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ARIN 31 Daily Recap: Day 1

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ARIN’s first Public Policy and Members Meeting of 2013 is in full swing. If you didn’t catch Day 1, that’s ok we’ll give you a quick run through of what we covered today. ARIN meetings are structured to give both onsite attendees and remote attendees the same opportunity to get fully involved in the public policyRead More

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