[Internal-cg] ICG FAQ: review in light of f2f meeting discussions ..
manal at tra.gov.eg
Tue Oct 21 05:56:13 UTC 2014
Sure .. Noted ..
Thanks Elise ..
From: Elise Gerich [mailto:elise.gerich at icann.org]
Sent: Monday, October 20, 2014 11:31 PM
To: Manal Ismail; internal-cg at icann.org
Subject: Re: [Internal-cg] ICG FAQ: review in light of f2f meeting
Will you please make a small revision to the following sentence? The
revisions are highlighted in yellow below.
"In addition, there is a liaison to the ICG from the IANA Department."
From: Manal Ismail <manal at tra.gov.eg>
Date: Sunday, October 19, 2014 at 4:12 AM
To: "internal-cg at icann.org" <internal-cg at icann.org>
Subject: [Internal-cg] ICG FAQ: review in light of f2f meeting
Dear All ..
Please find attached a reviewed version of the FAQ reflecting
the discussion during our face-to-face meeting in LA .. Until I double
check with the transcripts, I hope the attached reflects everything
accurately .. Apologies in advance for anything I may have overlooked ..
This is not yet in dropbox as I would like to know how the file
naming should be after we have already had a final version ..
I have tried to conclude the exchange on the role of the Board
in preparing the proposal .. The text in square brackets are 2
alternatives as suggested by Milton and Jean-Jacques ..
15. What is the role of the ICANN Board in preparing
The ICG is independent of the ICANN Board. The Board is
represented on the ICG by one liaison. In addition, there is a liaison
to the ICG from IANA. Both liaisons are there to provide information
about the IANA functions and to keep the Board and ICG informed about
the implications of the transition. Like any other member of the
community, the ICANN Board can submit public comments to the ICG about
the final proposal. Consistent with U.S. federal government procurement
rules, the NTIA needs to have the final proposal submitted to it by the
[but the Board is not authorized to modify or approve the ICG's
[Consistent with its charter, the ICG considers that in
transmitting the Transition Plan to NTIA, the ICANN Board shall not
modify the Plan itself.]
When the ICG submits its final proposal to ICANN, it will also
be released to the general public and to NTIA as well.
Also I'm not sure whether we have concluded that the below
should be a separate question or part of the above answer ..
17. How will the community see the final proposal
submitted by the ICG?
When the ICG submits its final proposal to ICANN, this will be
released to the general public, and NTIA as well.
Awaiting your feedback ..
Safe travels to all who are still on their way like myself ..
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