[Ccwg-auctionproceeds] For your review - updated proposal for individual appeals mechanism

Vanda Scartezini vanda at scartezini.org
Thu Aug 22 15:05:30 UTC 2019

Even theoretically agreeing with Maureen, I see a great problem in responding all denied presentations. 
My proposal was to apply first with a small resume to not expend much time/people in the proposal analysis from both sides.
 With this,  we can have as we do here, a template with the reasons to denied as one with next steps for the accepted, with instructions wil do the  task 

 For instance here the  DENIED template states some of the reasons:
 - out of context ( could be out of ICANN mission )
- lack of innovation
- existing studies ( solutions etc ) 
- lack of impact analysis ( demanding as previous justification)

After the previous approval people that will make the full proposal with cost, detailed explanations and justifications can be also approved or rejected 
  When not approved  the feedback will state, for isntance:
-  inconsistency between Cost X project 
- inconsistency between time length X project 
- inadequate team 
- better structured  similar projects 

 With some templates the feedback is delivered with some information but the time consuming is minimum.
 Lack of capacitation  certainly exist,  but the Auction is there to get good results,  not a program to capacitate on how to make good projects proposals 

My 2 cents 

Vanda Scartezini
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Sorry for any typos. 


On 8/20/19, 17:57, "Ccwg-auctionproceeds on behalf of John R Levine" <ccwg-auctionproceeds-bounces at icann.org on behalf of johnl at taugh.com> wrote:

    On Tue, 20 Aug 2019, Maureen Hilyard wrote:
    > I agree with Sylvia and especially with regards to feedback to those whose
    > proposals are rejected. They need appropriate feedback that will help them
    > to produce the applications that are going to  make the grade. This is more
    > needed by those from underserved communities that do not have experience in
    > writing such proposals yet are requesting something that is really
    > worthwhile.
    I really do not think it is our job to tell people how to rewrite their 
    proposals so they can reapply.  (Will there even be a chance to reapply?)
    If we want to provide grant writing help, we should make that part of the 
    plan and not confuse it with the grant evaluation.
    John Levine, johnl at taugh.com, Taughannock Networks, Trumansburg NY
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