Serbian National Internet Domain Registry (RNIDS) is a private not-for-profit foundation established to manage country-code top-level Internet domains (ccTLD) in Serbia.
The RNIDS Founding Assembly was held on the 8th July 2006. RNIDS operated as a fund until the 28th May 2011 when it became a foundation in accordance with law.
In order to serve the interests of all Serbian citizens, while adhering to the principles of quality, efficiency, independence and transparency, RNIDS is governed through the multi-stakeholder model.
The corporate structure of RNIDS comprises the Conference of Co-founders, the Board of Governors and the Director.
RNIDS manages the registers for the country code top-level Internet domains of the Republic of Serbia, .RS and .СРБ, in accordance with the decision of ICANN.
The primary objective of RNIDS is to manage the register of national Internet domains.
Additional objectives of RNIDS are:
- Increasing the number of RNIDS co-founders and involving the wider community in its work;
- Promoting the Internet as a public resource available to all citizens;
- Increasing Internet content in Serbian and the languages of national minorities.
RNIDS is a member of CENTR (Council of European National Top-Level Domain Registries), ccNSO (Country Code Names Supporting Organisation) and cooperates with ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers).