[Ssr2-review] New Tracking Mechanism for Tracking SSR2-RT Requests

Cathy Handley chandley at arin.net
Wed Jun 28 09:20:24 UTC 2017

Thanks Karen

As I said during the presentation, I think this will be extremely helpful to keep track of issues in addition to ensuring we are open and transparent.


Cathy Handley
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On Jun 28, 2017, at 10:28 AM, Karen Mulberry <karen.mulberry at icann.org<mailto:karen.mulberry at icann.org>> wrote:

Attached is the slide that Charla Shambley shared with the SSR2-RT during its June 26th session in Johannesburg.

This is a high-level overview of the improvements we are making to how we track requests from all Review Teams, including SSR2.

These changes are geared toward creating a consolidated view, to help everyone make sure that there is a clear understanding of the request, the time needed to fulfill it, the party responsible for getting it done and the status of work.

I am confident that this mechanism will be a useful tool to help manage requests and timely delivery.

The Tracking Mechanism slide provides the highlights of our process.  We will keep you apprised when the new tracking table will be posted on the SSR2 wiki.

Karen Mulberry
Director, Multistakeholder Strategy and Strategic Initiatives (MSSI)
12025 Waterfront Dr., Suite 300
Los Angeles, CA 90094
Phone: +1 424 353 9745

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