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Informe inicial sobre la revisión de la carta orgánica del Comité Permanente de Clientes (CSC)

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Fecha de apertura: 11 de abril de 2018 Fecha de cierre: 1 de junio de 2018
Organización de origen: ccNSO y RySG
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Breve descripción general: El Comité Permanente de Clientes (CSC) se estableció el 1 de octubre de 2016 y funciona de conformidad con una carta orgánica elaborada por el Grupo de Trabajo Intercomunitario sobre la Transición de la Custodia de la IANA (CWG). En los estatutos de la ICANN (sección 17.3) y la carta orgánica del CSC se incluye una disposición según la cual es necesario llevar a cabo la primera revisión de la carta orgánica del CSC un año después de la primera reunión de dicho comité. El Equipo de Revisión de la Carta Orgánica del CSC solicita comentarios y aportes sobre los resultados de su trabajo y la enmienda propuesta para la carta orgánica del CSC, la cual se incluye en su informe inicial.

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