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Version préliminaire du plan opérationnel et budget de l’ICANN pour l’exercice fiscal 2020 et plan opérationnel quinquennal mis à jour - Correction

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Le 17 décembre 2018, l'ICANN a publié pour consultation publique la version préliminaire de son plan opérationnel et son budget pour l'exercice fiscal 2020, ainsi que son plan opérationnel quinquennal actualisé pour l'année en cours.

Les cinq documents qui composent le budget se trouvent à la section III des commentaires publics (voir lien ci-dessous).

Dans la page 25 du document préliminaire concernant le plan opérationnel quinquennal actualisé pour l'exercice fiscal 2020, sous la rubrique correspondant à l'objectif 2.3, l'information sur l'exercice fiscal 2020 a été omise par inadvertance. Nous avons corrigé l'erreur et publié à nouveau le document. Vous en trouverez la version corrigée en cliquant sur le lien ci-dessous. Nous nous excusons de toute confusion que cela peut avoir occasionné.

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