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Rapport initial sur l’utilisation de données et d’indicateurs dans l'élaboration de politiques

Annonce de forum : Période de commentaires ouverte le : Date : 29 juillet 2015
Catégories/Étiquettes : Processus d'élaboration de politiques
Objectif (bref) : Cette consultation publique cherche à connaître l'avis de la communauté sur le rapport initial du groupe de travail de la GNSO chargé de produire des recommandations pour l'utilisation de données et d'indicateurs dans l'élaboration de politiques. Le travail du groupe vise à mettre sur pied des solutions capables d'améliorer le processus d'élaboration de politiques de consensus et à faire évoluer la culture de l'organisation pour que les questions les plus critiques relatives aux titulaires de noms, aux opérateurs de registre et aux bureaux d'enregistrement puissent faire l'objet de décisions et de politiques réfléchies et basées sur les faits.
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