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

John Santos john at egh.com
Wed Jun 22 16:33:47 EDT 2022



> On Jun 22, 2022, at 12:15 AM, Noah <noah at neo.co.tz> wrote:
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> On Wed, 22 Jun 2022, 04:56 ARIN, <info at arin.net> wrote:
> On 16 June 2022, the ARIN Advisory Council (AC) accepted "ARIN-prop-309: Remove Officer Attestation Requirement for 8.5.5" as a Draft Policy.
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> Draft Policy ARIN-2022-3: Remove officer attestation requirement for 8.5.5
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> Problem Statement:
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> Requiring an officer attestation requires unnecessary resources and increases the time to complete an IPv4 transfer.
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> Policy statement:
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> 8.5.5. Block Size
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> Organizations may qualify for the transfer of a larger initial block, or an additional block, by providing documentation to ARIN which details the use of at least 50% of the requested IPv4 block size within 24 months.
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> Removing “An officer of the organization shall attest to the documentation provided to ARIN.
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> Using time as an excuse does not fly. Attestation is accountability and enforces legitimacy.
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> An authorized officer should not only be aware but MUST also be involved in attesting of documents that involve any Internet Number Resources transfers.
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> We have experienced fast hand on the negative impact of Admin Contacts being clueless to what its that Tech contacts do.
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> So I oppose the policy for using time as an excuse to remove an important process that ensures legitimacy.
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> Noah
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Agree with Noah and Owen.  I also oppose this policy change.



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