Presentation on theme: "Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy (IRTP) Part D Working Group Update."— Presentation transcript:
Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy (IRTP) Part D Working Group Update
2 IRTP is an existing consensus policy developed through the GNSOs policy development process that is currently under review. Previous IRTP-related PDPs concluded in 2008, 2009 (Part A), 2011 (Part B) and 2012 (Part C). On the recommendation of the IRTP Part C WG, the GNSO Council agreed to combine all the remaining IRTP issues into one final PDP, IRTP Part D, in addition to the issue that was raised by the IRTP Part C WG in its Final Report. The GNSO Council unanimously adopted the request for an Issue Report on IRTP Part D at its meeting on 17 October 2012. Background
3 The WG is dealing with six specific Charter questions related to the IRTP These include: whether reporting requirements for registries and dispute providers should be developed; whether additional provisions should be included in the TDRP (Transfer Dispute Resolution Policy) on how to handle disputes when multiple transfers have occurred; whether dispute options for registrants should be developed; Whether the universal adoption and implementation of EPP AuthInfo codes has eliminated the need of FOAs. For the complete Charter see http://tinyurl.com/irtpcharter.http://tinyurl.com/irtpcharter Charter
4 Membership SG/C No of WG Members Names RrSG7 James Bladel (chairman) Rob Golding Volker Greimann Oliver Hope Michele Neylon Bob Mountain Jill Titzer RySG3 Paul Diaz Roy Dykes Barbara Knight CBUC1Chris Chaplow CSG1Angie Graves IPC1Kevin Erdman ISPCP1Mikey OConnor (co-chairman) NCSG1Avri Doria NCUC1Bartlett Morgan ALAC2 Alan Greenberg Holly Raiche National Arbitration Forum1Kristine Dorrain
5 Working Group started on 25 February 2013. Work plan has been adopted. Input requests to SG/Cs as well as SOs/ACs sent out on Thursday 14 March 2013. Initial assessment of Charter Questions under way. Accomplishments to date
6 SG/Cs and So/ACs response deadline: Friday 19 April 2013 – allowing 36 days to respond. First Draft of Initial Report aimed to be completed by 22 July. Final Report aimed to be published by ICANN meeting in Buenos Aires, November 2013. More information: http://tinyurl.com/irtppartdhttp://tinyurl.com/irtppartd Preliminary Deadlines for Deliverable
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