[ARIN-Suggestions] Response to Suggestion 2014.7: TERM LIMITS FOR ARIN ADVISORY COUNCIL
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Tue Feb 24 17:42:24 EST 2015
ARIN has issued its initial response to ACSP Suggestion 2014.7. The
suggestion and response text are provided below. This suggestion is now
closed and is available at:
Communications and Member Services
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
I propose the following be used for AC:
Keep the 3 year terms in place and add
a 6 year contiguous term limit
a 3 year ineligibility year period after a term ends be it 3year or 6years
After 3 year ineligibility is over a person my run for a position on the
10 April 2014
Thank you for your suggestion, numbered 2014.7 upon receipt and
confirmation. Your suggestion that ARIN institute a 6-year contiguous
term limit followed by a 3-year ineligibility period for Advisory
Council representatives has been forwarded to the ARIN Board of
Trustees' Governance Committee as input to their deliberations regarding
This suggestion will remain open until such time that we have conclusion
from the committee.
24 February 2015
Thank you for your suggestion, numbered 2014.7, regarding term limits
for the ARIN Advisory Council. Your suggestion that ARIN institute a
6-year contiguous term limit followed by a 3-year ineligibility period
for Advisory Council representatives was forwarded to the ARIN Board of
Trustees' Governance Committee (GovCom) as input to their deliberations
regarding ARIN's governance.
This suggestion was discussed by the ARIN GovCom and Board at the April
2014 meeting, as well as discussed at the ARIN 33 Member Meeting. While
there was no official community consultation, there was substantial
discussion on various ARIN mailing lists on this topic with no
consensus. Given this input in its June 2014 report, the ARIN GovCom
indicated that refinements to improve transparency and accountability
were the thrust of its work in 2014, and that based on the input
received it was not recommending any further changes at this time.
As such, we are closing this suggestion, and thank you for your
participation in the ARIN Suggestion and Consultation Process.
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