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ICANN 发布《2020 财年运营规划和预算草案》及《五年运营规划》更正版


发起组织: ICANN 组织
类别/标签: 运营/财务

2018 年 12 月 17 日,ICANN 发布了《2020 财年运营规划和预算草案 (Draft FY20 Operating Plan and Budget)》和今年对《五年运营规划 (Five-Year Operating Plan)》的最新版。

这五份预算文件均位于公共评议期页面的第 III 部分(请参见下文链接)。

然而,在《2020 财年运营规划和预算草案》最新版的第 25 页上列出的目标 2.3 中,我们不慎遗漏了 2020 财年的信息。我们已对这一错误进行了更正,并重新发布了这份文件。您可以点击以下链接查看更正后的文件。如若造成了任何疑惑,我们向大家表示诚挚地歉意。


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