For the 2nd AARC review presentation on policy and best practice harmonisation, we sollicit your input on what we should present and highlight to 'show off' AARC as the great success that it is. And although we can obviously give an 'insider' view of each of the tasks we did, with your help we can a refreshing 'external' view on it as well.
The Policy and Best Practice harmonisation areas are listed on-line, e.g. at https://wiki.geant.org/display/AARC/AARC+Policy+Harmonisation and on the project pages. In brief:
- assurance level: the baseline for usable assurance profiles for collaboration, and the introduction of differentiated assurance profiles ("cappuccino" and "espresso") and the work getting there (DNA3.1)
- security incident response: Sirtfi and the federated security incident process template
- sustainability models and recommendations on how to write the sustainability model for e.g. the pilots like RCauth.eu
- scalable policy models: Snctfi and coordinating policies within the (research) infrastructures, and on the effective use of entity categories, e.g. in how we wrote and accredited RCauth.eu
- data protection policies for accounting data in the infrastructures: the BCR inspired model and Codes of Conduct
To figure out if you are an 'insider' policy geek, an 'outsider' techie, or an end user of AARC products, we've a simple demographic selection first.

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* 1. Are you primarily involved in the NA3, elsewhere in AARC, or from the community at large?

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* 2. Which elements of policy harmonisation do you find most interesting or useful to highlight at the review; or: which elements are you proud of having achieved (if you are in NA3). A few words on "why" would help a lot as well ... :)
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* 3. Do you have other comments on the policy and best practice harmonisation workpackage? E.g. What should we prioritize in AARC2?

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