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会议纪要 | 理事会会议 | 新加坡




2011 年 6 月 25 日在新加坡当地时间 16:00 召开了 ICANN 理事会特别会议。

理事会主席 Steve Crocker 及时预定了本次会议。

除 Steve Crocker 主席外,以下理事也参加了会议:Bruce Tonkin(副主席)、Sébastien Bachollet、Cherine Chalaby、Bertrand de La Chapelle、Chris Disspain、Bill Graham、Erika Mann、Raymond A. Plzak、George Sadowsky、Mike Silber、Katim Touray 和 Kuo-Wei Wu。

以下理事会联络员参加了全部或部分会议:Heather Dryden(GAC 联络员)、Thomas Narten(IETF 联络员)、Reinhard Scholl(TLG 联络员)和 Suzanne Woolf(RSSAC 联络员)。




薪酬委员会于 2011 年 6 月 18 日星期六召开了会议,讨论首席执行官针对用于向理事会提出建议的绩效衡量标准的报告。

理事会在其 2011 年 6 月 22 日星期四的研讨会上向理事会提呈了该讨论的结果,以征求理事会的反馈,并针对总裁和首席执行官薪酬风险部分作出正式的建议。



薪酬委员会建议理事会批准 2010 年 7 月 1 日至 2011 年 6 月 30 日期间的一部分总裁和首席执行官风险报酬。

第 2011.06.25.01 号决议:理事会根据薪酬委员会的提议,批准 2009 年 7 月 1 日至 2010 年 6 月 30 日期间所述部分的首席执行官风险薪酬。

所有出席的理事会成员一致批准了第 2011.06.25.01 号决议。

根据《ICANN 章程》第 III 条第 5.2 款,本次会议中的具体项目仍将作为“与人事或雇用事宜相关的行动”予以保密。

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