This page reports on the details of the first All Member Ballot of 2010.  We'll refer to it as All Member Ballot KIR-20100429.

Motion

This is an All Member Ballot to approve the release of the following Draft Recommendation as a Kantara Initiative Recommendation.

Title of Draft Recommendation: Identity Assurance Framework Version 2.0
Copy of Draft Recommendation: http://bit.ly/iaf_member_ballot

This All-Member Ballot is open to all Members of Kantara Initiative.
- Each Member organization may cast only one vote.
- The Primary Representative from each Member organization should cast the organizational Member's vote.
- If you are unsure who your Primary Representative is please contact staff@kantarainitiative.org for assistance.

Approval of this All Member Ballot requires a "Supermajority of those Voting, with at least 15% of all Members voting" (i.e. at least 75% of those casting a vote must vote to Approve).

Duration

This ballot was open from April 9, 2010 until April 24, 23:59 UTC.

Ballot Results Summary

21 Member Representatives participated in the ballot.  20 voted Yes and 1 voted Abstain (comment provided for Abstain vote).

Ballot Results Details

  • Results listed in the order they were received.

     

    Representative

    Organization

    Vote cast in favour

    Comment

    1

    Alan Walsh

    Indiana University

    Yes

     

    2

    Kyle Meadors

    DGI

    Yes

     

    3

    Tatsuki Sakushima

    NRI

    Yes

     

    4

    Lucy Lynch

    Internet Society

    Yes

     

    5

    Robert Temple

    BT

    Yes

     

    6

    Roger Sullivan

    Oracle

    Yes

     

    7

    Ingo Friese

    Deutsche Telekom

    Yes

     

    8

    Peter Davis

    NeuStar

    Yes

     

    9

    Thomas Lowenhaupt

    Global Patient Identifiers

    Abstain

    Not yet feeling fully qualified to vote y or n, I answer abstain here so as not to bog down the process by having less than 15% voting. If this has the opposite effect, as it can depending on by-laws, I will change the vote.

    10

    Colin Soutar

    CSC

    Yes

     

    11

    John Tolbert

    The Boeing Company

    Yes

     

    12

    Juergen Emhardt


    Yes

     

    13

    Atsuhiro Goto

    NTT

    Yes

     

    14

    Colin Wallis

    New Zealand Govt. DIA

    Yes

     

    15

    Leif Johansson

    SUNET

    Yes

     

    16

    Frank Villavicencio

    Identropy

    Yes

     

    17

    Andrew Nash

    PayPal

    Yes

     

    18

    Barry Hieb

    VUHID

    Yes

     

    19

    Mohammad Alam

    Fraunhofer SIT

    Yes

     

    20

    Matthew Gardiner

    CA

    Yes

     

    21

    John Fraser

    MEDNETWorld

    Yes

     

References

This ballot was issued in compliance with section 6.2 and section 9 of the Operating Procedures.