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ICANN五年战略规划草案(2016财年至2020财年)

论坛公告: 公众评议期开放日 日期: 2014年4月9日
类别/标签:
  • 规划
  • 战略规划
  • 战略
  • 运营规划和预算
目的(摘要): 现诚邀各位就ICANN五年战略规划(2016财年至2020财年)草案 [PDF, 224 KB] 踊跃发表意见,评议期截止至2014年5月。在经历了一场丰富而激烈的公共战略讨论后,基于所获的社群建议,本战略规划草案提出了一个新的愿景,强调了ICANN的现有使命,并描述了五大关注领域的战略宗旨与目标。每个目标均配有五年期间内拟定的战略成果、风险、衡量标准和实施阶段。ICANN现就关注领域目标的拟定可衡量成果征询大家的意见和建议。您的宝贵意见将帮助我们制定《ICANN五年战略规划》终稿。
公众评议期页面链接: http://www.icann.org/public-comments/stratplan-draft-2014-04-09-en

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