Indonesian Internet Domain Name Registry (PANDI) is an Indonesian Top-Level Domain Name Registry (.ID) assigned by the Minister of Communication and Information Technology (Kominfo) of the Republic of Indonesia with Decree No. 806 of 2014.
PANDI is a nonprofit organization formed on December 29, 2006 by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia along with Indonesian internet community. PANDI is formed to manage the domain name .ID professionally, accountably and transparently in accordance with the regulations of the Republic of Indonesia.
On June 29, 2007, the government through the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology Indonesia officially gave the administration of the domain .id to PANDI. The delegation is written in the Record of Domain .id Administration Assignment no. BA-343 / DJAT / MKOMINFO / 6/2007 from Directorate General of Aptel.
PANDI is a legal entity, consists of individuals from the Indonesian internet multi-stakeholders. PANDI membership reflects the representation of the Government of Republic of Indonesia, academics, and business people.
To run the domain name registry .ID, every four years the members of PANDI choose the PANDI Executive Council through a Members General Meeting. The Executive Council therefore chooses the Chairman of PANDI who also acts as the President Director of PANDI. The Executive Council also assigns the other directors in the Board of Directors, as proposed by the President Director. Board of Directors are professionals who work full time in PANDI.
PANDI is supported by capable and dedicated staffs who always develop themselves to adhere with the changes and technological evolution in the community of internet users – in Indonesia and internationally.