ICANN Resolutions » 2005-08-16 - Development of Global Policy Proposal on IPv6
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Board directs President to assign ICANN staff to report on development of IPv6 Global Poliocy Proposal, establish an ICANN web page to be kept up-to-date, and compile a background report to be kept up-to-date on the global policy development.
Whereas, ICANN has been advised that a Global Policy Proposal on IPv6 is in development in the addressing community.
Whereas, the Board's Review Procedures for Global Internet Number Resource Policies <http://www.icann.org/general/review-procedures-pgp.html> provide that the Board is responsible for directing the President to monitor and report to the Board on such global addressing policies as such policies are under development.
Resolved (05.72), the ICANN President is directed to assign staff for the purpose of reporting on development of the Global Policy Proposal on IPv6 in accordance with Article 1 of the Board's Review Procedures for Global Internet Number Resource Policies, and instructs the ICANN President to assign staff for the purposes of informing ICANN??s Supporting Organizations and Advisory Committees; establishing an ICANN web page to be kept up-to-date, and compiling a background report to be kept up-to-date on the global policy development. This status will be recorded in the monthly report to the ICANN Board by the ICANN President.