[Internal-cg] ICG FAQ - reflecting comments received until 23Oct14 ..

Elise Gerich elise.gerich at icann.org
Sat Oct 25 15:13:07 UTC 2014

Dear Manal,

I thought the discussion on list had indicated that it is more accurate to
say, ³ICANN is represented on the ICG by two liaisonsŠ²  rather than ³The
Board is represented on the ICG by two liaisonsŠ².  Kuo-Wei Wu is the
Board¹s liaison to the ICG, and my role is a liaison from the ICANN¹s IANA
department.  My participation on the committee is not as a representative of
the ICANN Board.

Best regards,
-- Elise 

From:  Manal Ismail <manal at tra.gov.eg>
Date:  Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 11:48 PM
To:  "internal-cg at icann.org" <internal-cg at icann.org>
Subject:  [Internal-cg] ICG FAQ - reflecting comments received until 23Oct14

> Dear all ..
> Please find attached, and in Dropbox, a new version of ICG FAQ reflecting the
> latest views and comments shared .. I have also attached below the final
> compilation of answers to Q#15 & Q#16 for your convenience .. Kindly note that
> I took the liberty to change "ICG proposal" or "ICG's proposal" to "proposal
> submitted by the ICG", to avoid being misunderstood as attributing the
> community's proposal solely to the ICG .. Hope this is ok with everyone ..
> Happy to receive any further remarks or comments ..
> Kind Regards
> --Manal
> ----------------------------------------------------------
> 15.  What is the role of the ICANN Board in preparing the proposal?
> The ICG is independent of the ICANN Board.  The Board is represented on the
> ICG by two liaisons (Mrs. Elise Gerich, IANA Staff Expert; and  Mr. Kuo-Wei
> Wu, ICANN Board Liaison), who are there to provide information about the IANA
> functions and to keep the Board and the ICG informed about the implications of
> the transition.  Like any other member of the community, the ICANN Board can
> submit comments through the established procedures for public comment.
> Consistent with U.S. federal government procurement rules, the NTIA needs to
> have the final proposal submitted to it by the ICANN Board, but the Board does
> not have community approval to modify the proposal submitted by the ICG.  When
> the ICG submits the final proposal to ICANN, it will also be released to the
> general public and to NTIA as well.
> 16.  How will ICANN Board handle the final proposal submitted by the ICG?
> The ICG expects that the final proposal, having achieved consensus on the
> Coordination Group and within the Operational Communities, will be welcomed by
> the ICANN Board and dutifully transmitted to NTIA.
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