[rfc-dist] RFC 4691 on Guidelines for Acting as an IETF Liaison to Another Organization
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Title: Guidelines for Acting as an
IETF Liaison to Another Organization
Author: L. Andersson, Ed.
Date: October 2006
Mailbox: loa at pi.se
I-D Tag: draft-iab-liaison-guidelines-04.txt
Whenever the IETF decides to enter into a liaison relationship with
another organization, such as a Standards Development Organization
(SDO), a consortium, or an industrial forum, a liaison manager is
appointed. The procedures used by the IAB to establish and maintain
liaison relationships between the IETF and other organizations are
described in RFC 4052. This document expands on the role
of liaison managers and liaison representatives, giving guidelines on
their mandate and the expectations, tasks, and responsibilities placed
on them. This memo provides information for the Internet community.
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