[CRISP-TEAM] Additional questions from the ICG on the numbers proposal
nurani at netnod.se
Fri Feb 27 13:21:41 CET 2015
My comments on the review committee.
On 24 feb 2015, at 15:01, Izumi Okutani <izumi at nic.ad.jp> wrote:
>>> How will the Review Committee be established, how will it
>>> operate, and how is it related to any other ICANN-related review
>> Consistent with our overall approach we only provided essential
>> requirements, like the objective of the committee, equal representation
>> from each RIR region, and open, transparent, and bottom-up process of
>> the selection of its representatives. Since the Review Committee only
>> facilitates the oversight function, performed by the RIRs, we left the
>> details of it to the RIRs and their respective communities.
>> The Review Committee does not relate to any of the ICANN-related review
> I agree.
I agree. There is no overlap and there is no relation.
I think the response should be clear and brief so the Review Committee will not be misinterpreted as being something it isn't (or something with a similar sounding name that already exists within the ICANN structure or that is proposed in the CWG).
> Draft response:
> The CRISP Team proposal has described the essential requirements of the Review Committee such as the objective of the committee, equal representation from each RIR region, and open, transparent, and bottom-up process of the selection of its representatives.
> Based on this requirements, RIRs will initiate the process of setting up the Review Committee. RIR communities already have precedence and well estabilished processes in selecting community representatives, such as for ASO AC and the CRISP Team.
> As the Review Committee's role is to provide advice to RIRs in conducting reviews on the service level of IANA Numbering Services, its scope is limited to the number resources component of the IANA function and have no overlaps with other ICANN-related review committees.
I think this is a good and clear response.
(Minor correction: "its scope is limited... and has no overlaps with other..."
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