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Publication du plan opérationnel et du budget de l'exercice fiscal 2018 proposés pour adoption

Le plan opérationnel et le budget de l'ICANN pour l'exercice fiscal 2018, ainsi que le plan opérationnel quinquennal mis à jour ont été publiés pour consultation publique le 13 juin 2017. Après examen des commentaires du public, l'organisation ICANN et le Comité de finances du Conseil d'administration ont approuvé le rapport du personnel relatif à la consultation publique sur la version préliminaire de ces documents, qui avait été publié pour consultation publique le 2 juin 2017. Comme indiqué dans le rapport du personnel, plusieurs modifications ont été approuvées pour être incorporées dans les documents proposés. Les documents révisés ont été publiés en ligne, accompagnés d'un résumé des changements, afin d'assurer la visibilité des documents finaux qui seront remis au Conseil d'administration de l'ICANN pour approbation lors d'une réunion du Conseil à Johannesburg, le 24 juin 2017. Les documents sont disponibles sur la page de commentaires publics, sous la rubrique « information supplémentaire », ou bien sur la page de planification d'ICANN.org.

https://www.icann.org/public-comments/fy18-budget-2017-03-08-en

https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/governance/planning-en


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