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Draft PTI and IANA FY23 Operating Plan and Budgets

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Draft PTI and IANA FY23 Operating Plan and Budgets Submission - Council, GNSO
25 October 2021

Submission Summary:

The GNSO Council largely supports the FY23 draft PTI/IANA as presented. The GNSO Council does seek a response from the PTI on a few questions as presented in the attached PDF. Thank you for your consideration.


Draft PTI and IANA FY23 Operating Plan and Budgets Submission - ICANN Business Constituency (BC)
25 October 2021

Submission Summary:

The BC appreciates the effort that has gone into developing the PTI and IANA draft budgets for FY23 and for its timely release of this information in accordance with PTI Bylaws at least nine months prior to the commencement of the fiscal year. 

In our attached submission, we explain several comments and pose questions on the draft documents.


Draft PTI and IANA FY23 Operating Plan and Budgets Submission - Policy staff in support of the At-Large Community, At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC)
25 October 2021

Submission Summary:

Please find attached (PDF) the ALAC Statement on the Draft PTI and IANA FY23 Operating Plan and Budgets.

Ratification information is included on the cover page.

 

Kind Regards,

 

ICANN Policy Staff in support of the At-Large Community

Website: atlarge.icann.org 

Facebook: facebook.com/icannatlarge

Twitter: @ICANNAtLarge


Draft PTI and IANA FY23 Operating Plan and Budgets Submission - (RySG), Registries Stakeholder Group
23 October 2021

Submission Summary:

- The FY23 budget is fiscally prudent in that it is forecast to be in line with the prior year (FY22). This prudence is welcomed by the RySG.

- We would welcome more detail regarding the seemingly conflicting priorities of PTI’s contractual deliverables and SLAs and other tasks and expectations, and the profile of a potential additional hire expected to solve this.

- The PTI Budget document continues to improve by providing additio...