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Rapport initial sur la révision de la charte du Comité permanent de clients (CSC)

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Date d'ouverture : 11 avril 2018 Date de clôture : 1er juin 2018
Organisation à l'origine de la consultation : ccNSO et RySG
Catégories/Étiquettes :
  • Révisions/Améliorations
  • Responsabilité / transparence
  • Domaines de premier niveau
Bref aperçu : Le Comité permanent de clients (CSC) a été créé le 1er octobre 2016 et a fonctionné jusqu'à présent conformément à une charte établie par le Groupe de travail intercommunautaire chargé d'élaborer une proposition pour la transition de la supervision des fonctions IANA (CWG). Les statuts de l'ICANN (Article 17.3) et la charte du CSC incluent une disposition qui prévoit la révision de la charte du CSC un an après la première réunion du CSC. L'équipe en charge de la révision de la charte du CSC cherche à connaître l'avis de la communauté sur ses conclusions et sa proposition d'amendement de la charte du CSC, tel que détaillé dans son rapport initial.
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