NRO NC Elections
Nominations are now closed!
This is the final list of nominees in the order of nomination received.
NRO NC Elections
The APNIC Member Meeting in Busan, South Korea will include the community election for a new NRO Number Council representative.
The term of Andy Linton will expire on 31 December 2011. One individual will be selected to serve on the ASO AC for 2 years from 1 January 2012 to 31 December 2013.
Any individual may be nominated, except staff members of any Regional Internet Registry (RIR). You may nominate yourself.
What is the NRO NC and why be elected?
An MoU negotiated between the NRO and ICANN called for the establishment of the NRO Number Council (NRO NC) in October 2004. Under the terms of this MoU, the NC performs the role of the Address Supporting Organization Address Council (ASO AC).
The NRO NC (Number Resource Organization Number Council) consists of 15 members, three from each of the five Regional Internet Registry (RIR) regions.
Of these three appointees to the NRO NC:
- Two members are elected by the regional Members, and serve a two-year term
- One is appointed by the Board of the RIR, and serves a one-year term
Duties of NRO NC members
As a member of the NRO NC, you will:
- Oversee recommendations on global IP address policy that result from the various RIRs' policy development processes
- Have direct influence on the implementation of these policies
- Participate in the management of policy development activities
- Appoint people to the ICANN Board of Directors
How do I nominate?
Any individual may be nominated, with the exception of staff members of any RIR. Self-nominations are permitted. Nominations are now closed
|2011 NRO NC Election Key Dates|
|Wednesday, 25 May||Nominations open|
|Thursday, 28 July||17:30 (UTC +10)||Nominations close|
|Thursday, 18 August||Online voting opens|
|Tuesday, 30 August||09:00 (UTC +9)||Online voting closes|
|Wednesday, 31 August||11:00 - 16:00 (UTC+9)||On-site voting takes place during the Policy SIG|
Please Note: UTC +10 denotes Brisbane time. UTC +9 denotes Korea Standard Time. Learn more about how APNIC represents time.
About APNIC NRO NC Election Timelines
The dates and times that govern the APNIC election process are measured backward from the close of voting on the election day. The election day is the day of the APNIC Member Meeting (AMM) at the APNIC Conference where the election is being held.
During the week of the APNIC Conference, the times are calculated according to the local time at the event location. In this case, Korea Standard Time (UTC +9).
- Nominations open approximately 90 days before the start of the APNIC Conference
- Nominations close approximately 30 days before the start of the APNIC Conference
- Online voting opens 10 days before the start of the APNIC Conference
- Online voting closes at 09:00 (24 hours before the on-site election)
- On-site voting takes place on the Policy Day