Network Working Group K. Rosenbrock Request for Comments: 3113 3GPP PCG Chair Category: Informational R. Sanmugam Ericsson S. Bradner Harvard University J. Klensin AT&T June 2001 3GPP-IETF Standardization Collaboration Status of this Memo This memo provides information for the Internet community. It does not specify an Internet standard of any kind. Distribution of this memo is unlimited. Copyright Notice Copyright (C) The Internet Society (2001). All Rights Reserved.
AbstractThis document describes the standardization collaboration between 3GPP and IETF. Appendix A for definitions of acronyms. The organizational definitions can be found in their respective web-sites.
http://www.3gpp.org/. http://www.3gpp.org/) and is open to anyone. IETF documents, including preliminary working documents ("Internet Drafts") are available on its web-site (http://www.ietf.org/) and various shadow sites. IETF representatives can obtain information about the 3GPP document and web-site structures by contacting the relevant 3GPP contact points indicated at the 3GPP web-site http://www.3gpp.org/.
3GPP representatives can obtain information about the IETF document and web-site structures by contacting the relevant IETF contact points (the Area Directors indicated at the IETF web-site http://www.ietf.org/).
The role of the 3GPP Liaison is to act as an initial contact point in IETF for administrative aspects of this collaboration that cannot easily be handled in other ways (e.g., at a technical level by interactions with IETF Working Groups or Area Directors). It is agreed that the role does not carry the expectation of attendance at 3GPP meetings or participation in 3GPP administrative processes and anticipated that all liaison efforts assigned to this individual will be carried out by electronic mail. It is understood that the liaison will not have the ability to make exceptions to, or special provisions for, IETF policies and procedures.
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