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[arin-ppml] Policy Proposal: Transfer listing service

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1. Policy Proposal Name: Transfer listing service

2. Proposal Originator: Scott Leibrand       

3. Proposal Version: 1.0

4. Date: 6/11/2009

5. Proposal type: new    

6. Policy term: permanent

7. Policy statement:

 Add new subsection 8.3.1:

  8.3.1  Listing service

  ARIN will develop and operate a listing service to provide a
  Centralized location to post information about IPv4 blocks available from
  Authorized resource holders and IPv4 blocks needed by potential transfer
  recipients. Participation in the listing service is voluntary.

8. Rationale:

   The proposal would have ARIN develop and operate a listing service
   to facilitate transfers and provide an authoritative central source 
of information
   on space available and requested for transfer. It would still allow 
private party
   transactions, but would encourage both parties to begin working with 
ARIN
   in advance, which will cut down on any surprises when they ask ARIN 
to process
   the transfer.
 
   ARIN staff has indicated that they do not intend to provide a listing 
service as a part
   of their implementation of the 2009-1 transfer policy, but could do 
so if directed by additional policy.

9. Timetable for implementation: Immediate (as soon as practical).