Bill Woodcock woody at pch.net
Wed Nov 12 18:16:43 EST 2014

Jason wrote:
> I understand the "real" SLAs are in this doc <http://www.ntia.doc.gov/other-publication/2012/icann-proposal>.

No luck there.  The relevant text to SLAs is in Part 1, of the four-part document, and says (four snippets excerpted):

> The relationship between ICANN and the IETF is and will continue to be governed by a formal MoU from June 2000, published as RFC 2860. It is supplemented with an ICANN-IETF MoU Supplemental Agreement and includes a Service Level Agreement (SLA),
> ICANN will continue to meet the service level agreements documented in the MoU with the IETF
> ICANN entered into a Service Level Agreement (SLA) with the IETF Administrative Support Activity (IASA) in January 2007
> ICANN entered into an Exchange of Letters with the Number Resource Organization (NRO) in December 2007. The NRO performs the role of the 
> ICANN Address Supporting Organizatin (ASO). ICANN’s letter to the NRO included an invitation to the NRO to work with ICANN to document service levels associated with Internet Number Resource (INR) allocation processes.

There are unfortunately a bunch of ICANN-IETF MoU Supplemental Agreements.  These ones from 2011-2014 include an SLA for the protocol parameter registries:


…and this document explains the process by which this annual agreement is arrived at:


Any other pointers would be appreciated, and I’ll chase them down.


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