[atrt2] FW: Message from Brian Cute - ATRT2 Chair
Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond
ocl at gih.com
Tue Sep 24 06:07:44 UTC 2013
I'm sorry, I do not understand this thread.
This year the budget process had early fast track approvals in
March/April for any projects due to take place before October 213 and
then normal track approvals which should have been adopted by end of
June but with a delayed budget got approved in August.
So SO/AC costs that come up early in the FY (in July, August &
September) already go into a fast track.
On 24/09/2013 01:22, Larisa B. Gurnick wrote:
> Please see Patrik's response to Brian's question pertaining to the Finance.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Patrik Fältström [mailto:paf at frobbit.se]
> Sent: Sunday, September 22, 2013 1:07 AM
> To: Alice Jansen
> Cc: Larisa B. Gurnick; Julie Hedlund
> Subject: Re: Message from Brian Cute - ATRT2 Chair
> On 22 sep 2013, at 10:06, Patrik Fältström <paf at frobbit.se> wrote:
>> On 22 aug 2013, at 16:55, Alice Jansen <alice.jansen at icann.org> wrote:
>>> Brian Cute has responded the the request for clarification. The question is as follows:
>>> The question is: "Does your AC or SO have any facts to offer that show the need for a Recommendation regarding ICANN's management of it finances."
>>> I hope this helps.
>> Once a year when we change FY, there are issues related to the budget be approved so late, and because of that it impacts the ability to act when coming into the new FY. There must be a better way of approving costs that are early in the FY. Alternatively, there should be an absolute "NO" to trying to do things in panic after the budget/cost is approved.
>> For example things related to the first ICANN meeting after the FY started. If the cost is approved too late, the actions should be pushed to the following meeting.
> Or, to express this differently, there is an unclear difference or connection between budget and approval for costs.
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Olivier MJ Crépin-Leblond, PhD
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