[arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2022-3: Remove Officer Attestation Requirement for 8.5.5

Noah noah at neo.co.tz
Wed Aug 3 15:27:08 EDT 2022

Hi Matthew

Thank you so much for the update and community input consideration to that


On Wed, 3 Aug 2022, 22:25 Matthew Wilder, <matthew.wilder at telus.com> wrote:

> Hi PPML,
> I appreciate the lively discussion thus far on ARIN-2022-3, including
> concerns around what prosecutorial powers might be lost if officer
> attestations are no longer required. Thanks also to staff for summarizing
> the result of the ACSP Consultation 2021.4 retiring the officer attestation
> requirement for documentation of needs assessment.
> The prevailing concern in the community around ARIN-2022-3 appears to be
> that removing officer attestation would impede the prosecution of those
> conducting fraud. In order to have the experts address this concern, I
> (along with my fellow policy shepherd Joe) have requested a staff and legal
> review. Our hope is that staff (and legal counsel in particular) might
> directly weigh in on how important the officer attestation is.
> We will make sure that relevant points are highlighted back to PPML for
> the community to consider in further discussion of the draft policy.
> Warm regards,
> *Matthew Wilder*
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