A group from the University of Sarajevo tele-informatic centre (UTIC), which administers the Bosnia and Herzegovina .BA top-level domain visited the Serbian National Internet Domain Registry Foundation (RNIDS) on 21st April.
A cooperation agreement was signed in Belgrade and it will involve the exchange of experience and best practice in all aspects of the operation of national registries, especially with regard to upgrading technological infrastructure, security, software and legal enactments relating to domain registrations.
The agreement was signed on behalf of the national internet registries of Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina by Danko Jevtović, director of RNIDS, and Prof Dr Muharem Avdispahić. RNIDS has been managing the registry of the national .RS domain since 2007, and the registry of the .СРБ domain since 2011. UTIC is a not-for-profit organisation that has been managing the BiH top-level domain since 1996.
This is the fourth agreement to be entered into by RNIDS with another regional national domain registry after similar agreements with the Montenegrin doMEn, Macedonian MARnet and Croatian CARnet registries.