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'''Public Interest Registry''' is a corporation formed in 2002, as a not-for Profit Corporation. PIR.org took over the responsibility of operating the .ORG from VeriSign in 2003. PIR.org also maintains the authoritative database of .ORG domain names.
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'''Public Interest Registry''' (PIR) is a generic top-level Domain registry (gTLD registry) that manages the .org top level domain (TLD). A not-for-profit organization, PIR came into existence on 1 January 2003, through the efforts of Reston, Virginia, US-headquartered "The Internet Society". PIR was formed to take over the operation and maintenance of the .org domain and its database from Verisign Global Registry Services, a division of Verisign. The organization has its office at Reston, Virginia.
  
 
== People ==
 
== People ==

Revision as of 01:27, 23 September 2010

Public Interest Registry (PIR) is a generic top-level Domain registry (gTLD registry) that manages the .org top level domain (TLD). A not-for-profit organization, PIR came into existence on 1 January 2003, through the efforts of Reston, Virginia, US-headquartered "The Internet Society". PIR was formed to take over the operation and maintenance of the .org domain and its database from Verisign Global Registry Services, a division of Verisign. The organization has its office at Reston, Virginia.

People

Alexa A. S. Raad - Chief Executive Officer

David Maher - Senior Vice President, Law & Policy

Kathy Kleiman- Director of Policy

Lance Wolak - Director, Marketing & Product Management

Lawrence C. Martin - Director of Finance & Administration

Kim VanWyngaardt - Executive Administrator

Lauren Price Sr. - Product Marketing Manager

Thuy LeDinh - Senior Marketing Communications Manager

Company Information

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