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Yes. There should be a standardized number format that is used.
It would make the process more transparent and eliminate potential confusion.
The attachment is in addition to the summary public comment.
The most valuable assets many companies own are their domain names. This is true with everyone from small end users, large corporate end users, investors, organizations, non-profits, etc.
Some of the proposed changes seem like a terrible idea when it comes to domain security. All it would do is lead to a more rampant problem with domain theft than already exists.
It would be giving an extra bag of tools to those with the most nefarious intentions enabling them to inflict massive potential damage.
ICANN should be looking at changes to make domain transfers more secure, not changes to make domain theft far easier.
Additionally, I have emailed Emily Barabas of ICANN and Roger Carney of GoDaddy (chair of working group) to request an extension to the deadline for public comments until early September.