One summary of the IPv6 deployment status of many United States (US) organizations (other than US Department of Defense organizations) for their public-facing websites and services is available here. The Transition Progress Measures section near the end of this presentation explains how to interpret that information. Another summary of the IPv6 deployment status of many US organizations as well as organizations around the world is available here.
Many US organizations, academic institutions, and industry organizations have been involved in the deployment of IPv6. Some of these organizations are mentioned in the IPv6 Points of Contact and the IPv6 and IoT Networking Standards articles in the General Information section.
Only a few state governments in the US are deploying IPv6. They are listed in part 5 of Where to Get IPv6 Addresses in the Network Management section.
Many foreign countries have been involved in the deployment of IPv6. A partial list of foreign countries appears in this Wikipedia free encyclopedia article. A partial list of European countries appears here. Many academic institutions outside the US have been involved in the deployment of IPv6. A partial list appears here. A partial list of policy and guidance memoranda issued by government and industry organizations outside the US can be found in Part 4: International organizations and organizations outside the United States (including Canadian, European, Asian, Australian and others) documents in the IPv6 and IoT Policy, Guidance and Best Practices article in the General Information section.
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