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提案征询 (RFP):NomCom 审核

互联网名称与数字地址分配机构 (ICANN) 现征召一名提供商对提名委员会(以下简称"NomCom")展开独立评估。

提名委员会 (NomCom) 是一家独立委员会,其任务是为 ICANN 架构选取董事和担任其他关键职务的人员。

该委员会独立于 ICANN 董事会、支持组织和咨询委员会。NomCom 成员仅代表全球互联网社群的利益,并按照《ICANN 章程》所规定的职责,在 ICANN 使命范围内行事。

NomCom 成员代表全体互联网社群的整体利益,并带来了任命 NomCom 成员的具体互联网选区所拥有的丰富知识和经验。

本轮提案征询 (RFP) 旨在确定一名独立评估人来对 NomCom 执行一次全面评估,评估内容包括(但不仅限于):NomCom 在 ICANN 架构中的后续使命;NomCom 在履行使命时的效率;该组织的架构或运营是否需要调整;NomCom 作为一个整体对更广泛的 ICANN 社群负责的程度。

本轮审核预计将在 2017 年 4 月 17 日至 2018 年 5 月 31 日期间进行。

如需查看本 RFP 的完整信息,包括时间表,请参见此处 [PDF, 548 KB]。

请将您的参与意向通过电子邮件的形式发送给。所有提案应在太平洋标准时间 (PST) 2017 年 2 月 17 日 23:59 时前通过 ICANN 采购工具用电子形式提交,请联系上述电邮地址获取访问采购工具的权利。

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