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公共评议改善计划现已出炉

ICANN政策制定支持人员近期对ICANN公共评议架构进行了连日监督。这项工作包括对所有ICANN的社群建议和反馈机制进行协调、评估,制定并推行有针对性的改进工作。

该团队花了大量时间审视现有的公共评议架构、流程、规程,搜集社群活动的数据,以确定问责制和透明度审核小组提出的原始建议带来了哪些调整,它们是否有效。

此外,近期,在董事会正在审核ATRT2提出的建议时,员工在过去几周一直忙于制定一套公共评议改进实施计划。此前,一些社群领导人均发现公共评议领域需要得到改进的潜在方面。而这项工作正是以上述内容为基础的。员工目前已与董事会成员分享了上述内容,并获得了董事会的支持与鼓励。

该小组预计能够在ICANN伦敦公共会议(ICANN 50)之后推行具体的短期流程改善项目。这些短期的调整将在六个月后获得评估,查看其有效性。与此同时,本小组将制定长期改善计划。

政策制定支持副总裁戴维·奥利弗(David Olive)在ICANN的一篇博文中对这类计划进行了概述,具体请参见:https://www.icann.org/news/blog/sharing-a-plan-for-public-comment-improvements


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