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Prochaines étapes pour les révisions

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Date d'ouverture : 5 septembre 2018 Date de clôture : 5 octobre 2018
Organisation à l'origine de la consultation : Stratégie multipartite et initiatives stratégiques (MSSI)
Catégories/Étiquettes : révisions/améliorations ; calendrier des révisions ; révisions spécifiques ; révisions organisationnelles ; responsabilité et transparence
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La présente consultation cherche à connaître l'avis de la communauté sur les prochaines étapes pour les révisions.

La proposition « Document de consultation sur les prochaines étapes pour les révisions » [PDF, 120 KB] vise à confirmer auprès de la communauté la marche à suivre, définie à partir des commentaires publics reçus par l'organisation ICANN sur les options à court terme et à long terme pour ajuster le calendrier des révisions, en coordination avec le Comité du Conseil d'administration chargé de l'efficacité organisationnelle (OEC). En raison du nombre limité de commentaires reçus, nous offrons à la communauté une nouvelle chance d'exprimer son avis, afin de confirmer si les réponses reçues à ce jour représentent largement la vision de la communauté multipartite et d'harmoniser les opinions divergentes exprimées par les répondants.

Lien : https://www.icann.org/public-comments/reviews-next-steps-2018-09-05-en

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