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ICANN 董事会于 ICANN 第 53 届布宜诺斯艾利斯会议上通过 2016 财年运营规划和预算

ICANN 董事非常高兴地宣布《2016 财年运营规划和预算》已于 ICANN 第 53 届布宜诺斯艾利斯会议上正式通过。


  • ICANN 运营重点内容(非新通用顶级域项目)
  • 新通用顶级域项目重点内容
  • ICANN 2016 财年预算概览,包括 ICANN 运营和新通用顶级域项目。
  • 根据管理系统确立的运营规划详情:
  • 各项活动的计划资产组合,以支持实现"ICANN 2016-2020 财年战略规划"和"五年运营规划"中确立的宗旨与目标,并配有详细说明。
  • 附件包括:详细项目清单、每个项目的资产组合和每一类别下的项目预算成本(附件 1);2016 财年运营规划和预算草案中的调整项目摘要(附件 4)

ICANN 衷心感谢所有对这份文件的调整和定稿做出贡献的社群成员。


2016 财年运营规划和预算 [PDF, 1.74 MB]

2016 财年运营规划和预算 [DOCX, 2.1 MB]

2016 财年资产组合预算 [PDF, 167 KB]

2016 财年项目预算 [PDF, 1.15 MB]

2016 财年项目和资产组合预算 [XLSX, 159 KB]

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