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[802SEC] Clause 14 report for IEEE P802.3bf Time Synchronisation to RevCom

Dear EC members,

At the March 2011 IEEE 802 Plenary meeting, conditional approval was granted to forward IEEE P802.3bf Time Synchronisation to RevCom. Details are provided in the attached report, but in summary the response to the IEEE 802 LMSC Operations Manual Clause 14 'Procedure for Conditional Approval to Forward a Draft Standard' items are as follows:

a) The recirculation balloting is complete. The
   second recirculation ballot and comment resolution
   occurred essentially in accordance of the plan

b) The approval rate is 100% so there
   are no negative DISAPPROVE votes.

c) No technical changes have been made.

d) There were no new valid DISAPPROVE comments.

e) There were no new invalid DISAPPROVE comments.

In accordance with the Clause 14 statement that 'When conditional forwarding to RevCom has been approved by the Sponsor, the submittal may be forwarded to RevCom before the conditions have been fulfilled in order to meet the submittal requirements for the next RevCom meeting.', I have already submitted IEEE P802.3bf to RevCom for consideration at its May meeting under RevCom convention #6 'RevCom Policy for Recirculation Ballots in Progress at the Submittal Deadline (25/15 Day Policy)'.

Based on the above I will provide RevCom with the updated results so that IEEE P802.3bf remains on the RevCom May early Consideration agenda.

Best regards,
David Law
IEEE 802.3 Working Group Chair

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