[ntp:questions] NIST wonders if it makes sense to outsource NTP over the public Internet

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Paul wrote:
> https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=4f5c8b176af03d89abb1a318624c944b
> SUMMARY: National Institute of Standards and Technology
>  (NIST), Department of Commerce, seeks information from
>  the public on NIST's potential transition of time services
>  from a NIST-only service to private sector operation of
>  an ensemble of time servers that will provide NIST-traceable
>  time information in a number of different formats over the
>  public Internet.


Certichron (Time-Evidence Services) via
 <ustiming.org> (USTS) The United States Time Server Foundation
  is already doing that?
 They are already a significant portion of the NIST NTP servers;
  They operate Eleven out of Thirty Four (Thirty Two Percent).
   <http://tf.nist.gov/tf-cgi/servers.cgi>

 They have Commercial Private Access NTP servers / services as well.


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