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现发布《2018 财年运营规划和预算》拟定通过版本

拟定《ICANN 2018 财年运营规划和预算》和《五年运营规划》最新版现已于 2017 年 6 月 13 日发布在公共评议页面上。ICANN 及董事会财务委员会 (Board Finance Committee) 在审核了公众评论后,通过了《公共评议员工报告》,并在 2017 年 6 月 2 日将该报告发布到了公共评议页面上。根据员工报告,多处调整现已获批被纳入进拟定文件。修订后的文件现已在网上发布,并配有一份调整内容摘要,确保公众能够阅读到将于 2017 年 6 月 24 日在约翰内斯堡举行的董事会会议上向 ICANN 董事会呈交的最终文稿。如需查看这些文件,请参考公共评议页面下的"额外信息"栏,或访问 ICANN.org 规划页面。

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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