[ppml] Policy Proposal: Resource Renewal and Verification

Michael Hertrick m.hertrick at neovera.com
Wed Apr 25 10:44:44 EDT 2007

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I think this policy is already clearly stated in the ARIN Number
Resource Policy Manual sections 4.1.2 through 4.1.5.


Member Services wrote:
> ARIN received the following policy proposal. In accordance with the
> ARIN Internet Resource Policy Evaluation Process, the proposal is
> being posted to the ARIN Public Policy Mailing List (PPML) and
> being placed on ARIN's website.
> The AC will review this proposal and may decide to:
> 1. Accept the proposal as a formal policy proposal as it is
> presented;
> 2. Work with the author to: a) clarify the language or intent of
> the proposal; b) divide the proposal into two (2) or more
> proposals; or c) combine the proposal with other proposals; or,
> 3. Not accept the proposal as a formal policy proposal.
> The AC will review this proposal at their next regularly scheduled
> meeting. If the AC accepts the proposal, then it will be posted as
> a formal policy proposal to PPML and it will be presented at a
> Public Policy Meeting. If the AC does not accept the proposal, then
> the AC will explain that decision; and at that time the author may
> elect to use the petition process to advance their proposal. If the
> author elects not to petition or the petition fails, then the
> proposal will be closed.
> The ARIN Internet Resource Policy Evaluation Process can be found
> at: http://www.arin.net/policy/irpep.html
> Mailing list subscription information can be found at:
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> Regards,
> Member Services American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
> ## * ##
> Policy Proposal Name: Resource Renewal and Verification
> Author: Owen DeLong  Proposal Version: 0.0.1
> Submission Date: 4/24/07
> Proposal type: new
> Policy term: permanent  Policy statement:
> At any time after a resource is allocated or assigned, ARIN staff
> may audit the usage of the resource to verify that it is in
> compliance with the policies under which it was issued and the RSA
> which governs its use.
> Should the staff develop reason to believe that such usage no
> longer meets ARIN policy, ARIN shall immediately notify the
> appropriate POCs and attempt to resolve the issue.  Should the
> issue not be resolved to ARIN's satisfaction, ARIN shall have the
> option of not renewing the effected resources at the next renewal
> of the organization.
> If renewal is not at least 90 days out when the POC is notified of
> ARIN's decision not to renew, a 90 day grace period shall be
> granted.
> Any decision not to renew may be appealed to the BoT who shall act
> an the appeal within 30 days.  The decision of the BoT shall be
> final.
> Rationale:
> It was my understanding that ARIN staff already had this option.
> However, it is not clear in policy that such an option exists.
> Codifying this ability will prevent fraud and reduce the likelihood
> of resources being obtained under false pretense.  For example, a
> claim was made at a policy meeting that organizations can/do apply
> under the multi-home policy, then become single-homed and remain
> single-homed, essentially doing an end-run on the multi-home
> policy.
> Timetable for implementation: Immediate
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