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互联网名称与数字地址分配机构(即"ICANN")正根据 ICANN 章程的规定,针对一般会员社群(一般会员)的独立审核工作征召服务提供商。一般会员社群肩负着重要职责——他们代表着参与 ICANN 政策制定工作的个人互联网用户社群。

为了继续兑现 ICANN 对发展和改进的承诺,根据 ICANN 《章程》第 IV 条第 4 节的规定:"应对每个支持组织、支持组织理事会、咨询委员会(政府咨询委员会除外)和提名委员会定期进行绩效和运营的审核。"

这种定期审核使得 ICANN 下属各大组织有机会通过持续遵守审核原则而不断改进工作,从而在 ICANN 独特的架构之下,有目的地衡量 ICANN 制定的各种具体和可量化标准的施行绩效。持续改进工作、系统衡量绩效、评估施行效率对于 ICANN 继续保持其合法性是至关重要的。

本轮《提案征询 (RFP)》旨在确定一名独立审核人,评估以下项目的有效性:(1) 此前审核建议所带来的改进成果;(2) 一般会员社群构成(包括:ALAC、地区性一般会员组织 (RALO) 和一般会员结构 (ALS))是否遵守了 ICANN 确立的目标和可量化标准。本轮审核预计将在 2016 年 4 月到 2017 年 3 月期间进行。

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