Operation of a country Registration Authority
General Check-list of actions to be taken Suggested template for notifying an RA for a country Known country RAs
|General||Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)|
It is strongly recommended today that any country
wishing to establish a Registration Authority (RA) for allocations within
that country reach agreement between the administration of an ITU
Member State for the country/state and the ISO
Member Body for the country/state (if any) for a given organization
to do the allocations within that country using the arc
It can happen that a country is already operating an RA under one or
more of the arcs
The structure to allocate child OIDs underneath a country OID is a national decision but question 12 in the FAQ may be of help.
|Check-list of actions to be taken|
If a Registration Authority (RA) is to be established for a country, either at the initiative of the administration of the ITU Member State or of the ISO Member Body, the following steps need to be followed (as an application of Recommendation ITU-T X.660 | ISO/IEC 9834-1, clauses A.4.6 and A.5.5):
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|Suggested template for notifying an RA for a country||Examples of agreements|
This is the template usually used by the administration of the ITU Member State and the ISO Member Body to appoint the organization which will operate the RA for a country. This letter shall be sent (in English) to either or both of ITU-T SG17 and ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 6. In practice, this letter can be forwarded to the ITU-T SG17 OID Project leader who will arrange for further progression.
|Known country RAs||Agreement template|
The following countries are known to operate a Registration Authority.
Some of them began to operate the RA many years ago and there is no
record of a signed agreement.
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