[technology taskforce] FY'19 Additional Budget Requests - Process has Started

Alfredo Calderon calderon.alfredo at gmail.com
Tue Dec 12 19:03:09 UTC 2017

Both ideas have my support. Its’ implementation would be a great asset to enhance document repositories and make following conversations more agile and efficient for all.

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> On Dec 11, 2017, at 2:36 PM, Glenn McKnight <mcknight.glenn at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All 
> We have submitted proposals which have been funded. ie. Captioning, Policy Tracking and   LACRALO Mailing List issues
> Dev suggested a  Open Data analysis of ICANN pages and an improved group chat ie. Mattermost or SLACK.  .  I support these two ideas and we can flesh them out.
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>> On Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 1:05 PM, Judith Hellerstein <judith at jhellerstein.com> wrote:
>> Dear TTF Members, 
>> The FY19 Additional Budget Request process has started.  This process pertains to a dedicated part of the overall ICANN annual budget that is set aside to fund specific requests from the community for activities that are not already included in the recurring ICANN budget. FY19 Additional Budget Requests cover the period 1 July 2018 through 30 June 2019. 
>> Last year the TTF along with Outreach and Engagement put in two requests one was for the LACRALO Translation project which ICANN staff decided to take on and a second was a request for a policy tracking proposal and while it did not get funded since ICANN was doing a similar process it did get us noticed.  We can put this in again or if others have any other ideas would be great to hear them
>> The relevant information is available on the At Large Special Budget Request Wiki Page, including the key deadlines, details of the process, principles and the request template. 
>>  IMPORTANT:  The members of the ALAC Finance and Budget Sub-Committee (FBSC) agreed to the following criteria for At-Large proposals: 
>> Outreach should not be a major focus. Activities to improve engagement with existing members is encouraged.
>> If any request is made on outreach, it should probably go through the CROP program and not this special request process.
>> Proposals should include ways in which will make the ALAC and/or the At-Large community more effective and develop the At-Large community.
>> RALO requests must go through a bottom up process within their RALO prior to being submitted for consideration by the FBSC.
>> They must be explicitly supported by the RALO representatives on the FBSC.
>> Staff is currently expecting that basic resources for community communications/printing will be supported through the core ICANN budget, but that community proposals for printing, etc. will be accepted as a back-up in case expectations change.  Specific proposals for communications resources beyond simple printing and editing functions should be prepared and submitted.
>>  IMPORTANT:  Between now and January 12, 2018 the RALOs and WG's are asked to review any ALS request or complete a template on behalf of the RALO and send requests to At-Large Staff. 
>> These proposals will be discussed with the FBSC starting on January 15     
>> Any revisions to accepted proposals need to be sent to the FBSC for final review by January 19, 2018.   
>> The FBSC to review all the RALO requests on January 29  
>> I hope to hear from others with suggestions of proposals that we could submit. We will also hold a meeting in January.  
>> Judith Hellerstein
>> Chair of the Technology Task Force
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