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Informe inicial sobre datos y métricas para la creación de políticas

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Anuncio del foro: El período de comentarios abre el Fecha: 29 de julio de 2015
Categorías/ etiquetas: Procesos de políticas
Propósito (breve): El propósito de este periodo de comentario público es recibir las opiniones de la comunidad en relación al Informe Inicial del Grupo de Trabajo de la GNSO sobre posibles recomendaciones para el uso de datos y métricas en la creación de políticas. El objetivo del Grupo de Trabajo es desarrollar soluciones que mejoren la manera en la cual se desarrollan las políticas por consenso, y ayudar a garantizar el tratamiento de las cuestiones más criticas relativas a registratarios, registros y registradores mediante un cambio cultural hacia un desarrollo de políticas y un proceso de toma de decisiones cimentados en mejor información y una mayor base fáctica.
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