IRC stands for “Internet Relay Chat,” which is a protocol used for real-time communication over the Internet. The IRC organization refers to the collection of individuals, groups, and companies who are involved in the development and maintenance of the IRC protocol and related software.
IRC was first developed in 1988 and quickly became popular among computer enthusiasts and early Internet users. It allows users to connect to chat rooms, known as channels, where they can communicate with other users in real time using text messages.
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The IRC organization is made up of volunteers who contribute to the development and maintenance of the IRC protocol and related software, such as IRC servers and clients. There is no central governing body, and the organization operates on a decentralized model.
Today, IRC is not as widely used as it once was, but it still has a dedicated user base and is used by communities for various purposes, such as online gaming, open-source software development, and political activism.
The Awards Management Unit (AMU), which was established in January 2016, is a global unit tasked with establishing, preserving, and enhancing relationships with public and institutional donors and establishing IRC as a partner of choice for executing programs for our clients. This entails working to broaden IRC’s contacts and portfolio, as well as assisting the successful and legal administration of awards, either directly or through partners. Business Development (BD), Training, Partnership, Strategic Planning & Operations, Compliance and Policy (including Subaward & Partnership), Strategic Partnerships Team (SPT), Program and Award Support (PAS), and Compliance and Policy (including Subaward & Partnership) are all included in the unit.
AMU Compliance & Policy (C&P) creates and maintains templates, instructions, and resources relating to donor compliance; it also keeps track of and disseminates updates to donor regulations and spreads compliance awareness within the IRC. The C&P team provides escalated help for difficult donor and partnership compliance issues and can conduct additional evaluations of agreements as necessary. C&P consists of staff members who are Subaward & Partnership (S&P) staff members who are experts on compliance and implementation of IRC’s internal partnership system and the operationalization of IRC’s partnership principles across all donors, as well as Donor Specialists who have knowledge of the rules and regulations specific donors must follow in accordance with their portfolio.
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