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提案征询 (RFP):ICANN 指定注册管理服务机构数据托管服务代理人

互联网名称与数字地址分配机构 (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, ICANN) 正在征询一名或多名额外 ICANN 指定注册服务机构数据托管 (Registrar Data Escrow, RDE) 代理人,为认证注册服务机构提供 RDE 服务。

2007 年,ICANN 启动实施 RDE 项目,要求认证注册服务机构定期通过其与 ICANN 共同约定的指定注册服务机构数据托管代理人,或通过 ICANN 根据《注册服务机构认证协议 (Registrar Accreditation Agreement, RAA)》和《注册服务机构数据托管规范 (Registrar Data Escrow)》而批准的 RDE 代理人,向 ICANN 提供一份通用顶级域 (gTLD) 注册数据备份文件。

自该项目启动以来,本行业得到了长足发展。监管方式日益发生变化,因此,需求也应有所调整。鉴于注册服务机构位于全球各地,因此,ICANN 将需要考虑有能力提供全球或多区域支持的 RDE 代理人。

本轮提案征询 (RFP) 旨在确认一家或多家适合为 ICANN 及其认证注册服务机构提供支持的其他 ICANN 指定注册服务机构数据托管代理人,在 ICANN 全球各个区域内选取指定代理人。

如需查看本 RFP 的完整信息,包括时间表,请参见此处 [PDF, 225 KB]。

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