[CCWG-ACCT] Deck for Meeting #75 Mission Statement discussion

Burr, Becky Becky.Burr at neustar.biz
Mon Jan 18 19:14:42 UTC 2016

Not confusing them Eric, but the issue has pre and post delegation
implications.  I asked about the disqualification if someone urges ICANN
to pick for a reason outside ICANN¹s Mission because I have no idea how
the ³challenge² that Milton is proposing could be accomplished.

J. Beckwith Burr 
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On 1/18/16, 1:07 PM, "Eric (Maule) Brunner-Williams"
<ebw at abenaki.wabanaki.net> wrote:

>Enforcement (after interpretation and examination of situational
>of some rule, e.g., applicant-assumed-obligation, occurs when the
>applicant has
>obtained a delegation. Selection amongst two or more applicants, for
>reasons, and the AGB contained the rules applicable for the 2010 cohort,
>before delegation.
>The phrasing below confuses post-delegation and pre-delegation criteria
>> So if an applicant includes obligations in the application, it is ok for
>> ICANN to enforce those commitments? What?s the principle - freedom of
>> contract? But if GAC, ALAC, or someone else urges ICANN to pick one
>> applicant over another, anyone can challenge that [what? The urging, the
>> selection, something else?]?  You?re disqualified if GAC endorses your
>> application?  
>"freedom of contract" is inconsistent with the responsibilities of the
>and its contractors, and incompatible with a transition of a government
>contract, where pre-existing public interests are retained by the
>Eric Brunner-Williams
>Eugene, Oregon 

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