[At-review] FW: List of issues that the A&T RT would like to discuss with ICANN staff on 5 May

Janis Karklins janis.karklins at icann.org
Sat May 1 10:05:29 UTC 2010

I will send the note to Rod Sunday noon UTC if no objections will be
received by that time from other RT members.


Best regards



From: at-review-bounces at icann.org [mailto:at-review-bounces at icann.org] On
Behalf Of Cheryl Langdon-Orr
Sent: sestdiena, 2010. gada 1. maijā 10:43
To: at-review at icann.org
Subject: Re: [At-review] FW: List of issues that the A&T RT would like to
discuss with ICANN staff on 5 May


I concur,,, 


Janis guess as "author" this is your call to a great extent :?:

Cheryl Langdon-Orr

On 1 May 2010 17:16, <wcurrie at gn.apc.org> wrote:

Good letter, Brian. It makes clear we expect some verbal responses from
staff at the meeting and I suggest we send it as soon as possible.


 Brian Cute wrote:
> All,
> For your consideration, a draft proposed response to Rod’s email
concerning the meeting on May 5th.  Please provide edits or suggestions
concerning the most effective way to respond.
> Rod,
> Thank you for your response to the Review Team’s requests with respect
to our first face-to-face meeting on May 5, 2010 in Marina del Rey.  The
RT carefully considered the importance of holding its first meeting in
Marina del Rey at ICANN headquarters and is quite disappointed to hear
that you will not be joining us in person at the meeting.  We request
confirmation that other arrangements for your participation, in some
form, will be made.  At this meeting, the RT expects to receive verbal
responses  from key ICANN staff to the list of questions approved by the
> The RT views this initial exchange as an important and meaningful
opportunity to begin the data collection aspect of our exercise and

welcomes the participation of the Advisor to the CEO for Transparency

and Accountability and other ICANN staff you may designate.  This
face-to-face meeting will allow the RT to hear directly from ICANN staff
regarding the accountability and transparency mechanisms that are
already in place and to begin the work process that will lead to RT
recommendations under the Affirmation of Commitments.  The RT notes that
the December 2010 deadline for recommendations to the Board imposes time
constraints that both the RT and ICANN staff share.  Therefore, it is
critical that the initial data collection aspect of the RT work commence
so that the RT’s other work streams can begin without delay.
> Best regards,
> Janis Karklins

> On behalf of the Accountability and Transparency Review Team


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