Wednesday, 28 March 2007, 9:00 - 11:00
ICANN Meeting, Corinthia Lisboa Hotel, Lisbon, Portugal
What it is: This workshop will help participants understand the role and functions of the Address Supporting Organization.
Why it's important: The Address Supporting Organization represents the numeric Internet address community. It has an important role in providing input to the ICANN Board on global address policy development. The ASO is also responsible for selecting a member of the addressing community to serve on the ICANN Board.
Who should attend: Anyone interested in numeric Internet resource policy and status, the Number Resource Organization, and the Regional Internet Registries, should attend this workshop.