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Version préliminaire du plan stratégique quinquennal (exercice 2016-2020)

Annonce de forum : Période de commentaires ouverte le : Date : 9 avril 2014
  • Planification
  • Planification stratégique
  • Stratégie
  • Plan opérationnel et budget
Objectif (bref) : Le public est invité à donner son avis sur la version préliminaire du plan stratégique quinquennal de l'ICANN (exercice 2016–2020) [PDF, 238 KB] au cours du mois de mai 2014. Sur la base des commentaires reçus dans les nombreuses discussions publiques tenues sur la question de la stratégie de l'ICANN, la version préliminaire du plan stratégique propose une nouvelle Vision, réitère la Mission de l'ICANN et décrit cinq domaines d'intervention avec des buts et des objectifs stratégiques. Chaque but inclut des résultats stratégiques proposés, ainsi que risques, des indicateurs et des échéances sur cinq ans. L'ICANN cherche à connaître l'avis général du public, ainsi que des commentaires sur les résultats mesurables attendus pour les buts établis pour les domaines d'intervention. Vos commentaires serviront à établir les bases du plan stratégique quinquennal final de l'ICANN.
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