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ICANN 宣布启用新版持续经营方案 (COI) 修正服务

2015 年 9 月 15 日——ICANN 于今日宣布启用持续经营方案 (COI) 修正服务。本服务将为注册管理运行机构提供一个渠道,请求对他们的 COI 资金水平加以调整。COI 在注册管理机构的运营发生故障时,确保提供充足的资金资源维护关键注册管理职能的运营,因而是维护顶级域 (TLD) 运营的重要组成部分。

2011 年 12 月,ICANN 发布了一份指南,帮助注册管理运行机构根据其预估的受管理域名注册数量 (DUM) 估算一个顶级域的运营成本。自那以后,新通用顶级域项目的启动又为注册管理运行机构提供根据其预期 DUM 而预测的以市场为导向的数据。现在,有了 COI 修正服务,注册管理运行机构便可通过这一机制,按照一个顶级域的最新 DUM 预测数据来请求对其 COI 的金额价值进行调整。

如需提交请求,则注册管理运行机构必须处在正常经营状态,且该域名的注册/正常可用状态也应至少超过六个月。如需启动这一流程,注册管理机构的主要联系人应当在 GDD 端口提出请求,并提交一份填写完整的 COI 修正请求表 [PDF, 1.04 MB]。如需查看其他要求,请参考常见问题与解答COI 修正服务指南 [PDF, 314 KB]。

ICANN 致力于确保关键注册管理职能的持续运营拥有充足的资金保证。《注册管理机构协议》中的规格 8 指出,注册管理运行机构应预备 COI,为五大关键注册管理职能提供充足的资金资源。若 COI 资金不足,则 ICANN 将请求注册管理运行机构使用修正服务,在 60 日内更新其 COI 信息。

有关 COI 修正服务的网络研讨会现定于 2015 年 9 月 30 日星期三召开,详情请见下文。


网络研讨会详情和参与方式

日期/时间:世界协调时 2015 年 9 月 30 日 00:00 时至 01:00 时 如需转换时区请点击此处

通过网络参会:https://icann.adobeconnect.com/gdd

通过电话参会:请下载拨号信息 [PDF, 114 KB] (密码:GDD)

议程:

  • COI 修正服务简介
  • 提交申请的要求
  • 美国银行 (Bank of America)——ICANN 推荐银行
  • 问题与解答

本次网络研讨会将以英文召开。


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