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Call for Nominations: AFRINIC region representative to the ICANN ASO-AC

The AFRINIC Nomination Committee (NomCom) is pleased to invite nominations for candidates to run for an open seat on the NRO NC (ICANN ASO AC) for the AFRINIC region. The term for the elected candidate will be from 1 January 2015 to 31 December 2018 (3 years).


The NRO-NC serves as the ICANN ASO-AC according to the ICANN ASO Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).

The current representatives from the AFRINIC region on the ICANN ASO-AC are:

 

Fiona Asonga (01/2014 – 12/2016)

Douglas Onyango (01/2012 – 12/2014) - Open Seat

Alan P. Barrett (01/2014 - 12/2015) - Appointed by the AFRINIC Board

 

1. Responsibilities of the ICANN ASO-AC:

  • Undertaking a role in the global policy development process
  • Providing recommendations to the Board of ICANN concerning the recognition of new RIRs, according to agreed requirements and policies as currently described in ICP-2.
  • Defining procedures for selection of individuals to serve on other ICANN bodies, in particular on the ICANN Board, and implementing any roles assigned to the Address Council in such procedures.
  • Providing advice to the Board of ICANN on number resource allocation policy, in conjunction with the RIRs.
  • Developing procedures for conducting business in support of their responsibilities, in particular for the appointment of an Address Council Chair and definition of the Chair’s responsibilities.

For more information about the NRO-NC and the ASO-AC, please go to:

http://www.nro.net and http://aso.icann.org/

2. Eligibility

  • Open to individuals residing within the AFRINIC service region.
  • Self-nominations are permitted and must be supported by a minimum of one active AFRINIC member.
  • A person may only nominate one candidate - and, in case of multiple nominations by the same person, only the last nomination will be considered valid. AFRINIC or other RIR staff can neither nominate candidates nor be nominated for an ASO AC seat.

3. Nominating Procedure:

To nominate yourself or a person of your choice, please browse to http://meeting.afrinic.net/afrinic-21/en/elections/community-elections

If you experience any issues with the nomination form, please submit the following nominee information to  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

a. Nominator
    Full Name:
    Organization:
b. Nominee
    Full Name:
    Organisation (or Affiliation):
    Current Position:
    Physical address :
    E-mail address:
    Phone number:
c. Secondment (in case of Self Nominations):
    Organisation:
    Full Name of Seconder:
    E-mail address:
    Brief supporting statement (not more than 400 words):

Candidates must provide two valid references who will be contacted by the NomCom for further information and background checks if necessary.

Also required:

  • A copy of candidate’s Resume (CV)
  • A photo of the candidate.

4. Deadline for Nominations:

All nominations should be submitted by 20:00H UTC on 19 October 2014.

Please note that the election will take place during the AFRINIC-21 meeting scheduled to happen in Mauritius on 28 November 2014. An eligible voter shall be any non-AFRINIC or non-RIR staff who has registered to attend (and is present at) the AFRINIC-21 meeting. A registration badge shall be requested as proof.

 

IPv4 Allocation to AFRINIC

On 2 September 2014, the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) made an allocation of the equivalent of a /12 of IPv4 address space to AFRINIC and each of the other four RIRs in accordance with the "Global Policy for Post Exhaustion IPv4 Allocation Mechanisms by the IANA". This policy states that the RIRs will each receive one-fifth of any recovered addresses in the IANA's recovered pool every six months, in March and September.

AFRINIC was allocated the IPv4 address range 45.96.0.0 - 45.111.255.255 from IANA's recovered pool.

For more information about getting Internet resources from AFRINIC, please see: http://www.afrinic.net/en/services/becoming-a-member/resource-member

For information about IPv4 exhaustion, please see:  http://www.afrinic.net/en/community/ipv4-exhaustion

   

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