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      Conclusion of the IASA2 Retrospective

      • Jason LivingoodIETF Administration LLC Board Chair

      1 Nov 2021

      The IETF Administration LLC (IETF LLC) has now completed the IETF Administrative Support Activity (IASA 2.0) retrospective. The report was developed with community input and review and is now available online.

      This assessment was required by BCP 101 after three years of operation of the IETF LLC. In April 2021 we announced a proposed process and timing for this retrospective and sought comment from the community. We then started the process in June 2021 with solicitation of input from the community.

      The report documents areas where work is completed as well as where work is continuing. Section E of the document also contains several recommendations for future work, including that further IASA assessments be performed every three years. 

      This report will also be presented at the IETF 112 plenary meeting on 3 November 2021 at 13:30 UTC.


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