[CRISP-TEAM] [draft] NRO-NC role in Review Committee
john.sweeting at twcable.com
Tue Dec 30 16:04:48 CET 2014
On 12/30/14, 9:15 AM, "Andres Piazza" <andres at lacnic.net> wrote:
>I agree 100% with that answer. You can also add that the members of the
>Review Commitee should be appointed by the 5 communities and the final
>report should be considered as advice received by NRO-EC.
>I believe it is important to stand out that the RIRs are eventually
>(NRO) the ones performing oversight (trought contract with IANA
>operator) but having the imput of a Independent Review Committee.
>El 29/12/14 a las 18:34, Alan Barrett escribió:
>> I volunteered to draft a response about this issue. The
>> following text is my proposal for an answer we can give to the
>> Subject: NRO-NC role in Review Committee
>> There has been a suggestion that the work of the "Review Committee"
>> proposed in the CRISP draft should be handled by the NRO-NC, or
>> alternatively, that the chair of the NRO-NC should be co-opted to
>> serve on the Review Committee.
>> The CRISP Team believes that is would be wise to to keep the
>> operational performance review process independent of the policy
>> development process. Because the NRO-NC (or ASO-AC) has a role in
>> global policy development, we think that the proposed Review Committee
>> should be independent of the NRO-NC.
>> --apb (Alan Barrett)
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>> CRISP at nro.net
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