[CCWG-ACCT] Recommendation 12 - Work Stream 2 - 2nd reading conclusions

Alice Jansen alice.jansen at icann.org
Fri Jan 15 16:44:05 UTC 2016

Sent on behalf of CoChairs

Please find below the main conclusions of our deliberations during call #76. The updated document is attached.

1. Interim Bylaws clarifications confirmed to be addressing most of the Board’s concerns (pending further confirmation by Icann Board), by highlighting that WS2 will be following similar rules as WS1 : consensus recommendations, endorsement by Chartering Orgs, ability for the Board to engage special dialogue, 2/3 threshold for such Board decisions….
2. Edits to the documents will include focus on fact that WS2 deliberations will be open to all (similar to WS1)
3. List of WS2 items is “limited to” instead of “related to”. A note is added that clarifies that further items beyond this list can be accommodated through regular review cycles, or specific CCWG.
4. Timeframe discussion : target dates are needed, but hard deadlines would not be appropriate or helpful. Document will be reviewed in line with that direction.
5. Agreed to incorporate PEG Advisor input to strengthen diversity requirement
6. Enhancing Ombudsman role and function is confirmed as a WS2 item
1. Summary graphics has been updated (see page 4)
2. Becky and Avri to provide a paragraph to describe the type of enhancements that will be considered (to be clarified on list)

Best regards

Mathieu, Thomas, León

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