Date: Thursday, 10 June 2010
Time: 13h00 - 14h00 UTC
(For the time in various timezones click here)
Adobe Connect: http://icann.adobeconnect.com/fy11budget/
Presenters: Kevin Wilson, CFO, ICANN
Interpretation Available: No
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Kevin Wilson, CFO of ICANN, invites community members to participate in a teleconference to discuss the draft Fiscal Year 2011 Operating Plan and Budget which is open for community feedback through 25 June 2010.
The purpose of the call is for Kevin to have the opportunity to discuss the draft FY11 budget and how it incorporates the comments received from ICANN’s constituencies on the Proposed Framework for ICANN’s FY11 Plan and Budget. At-Large community participants are encouraged to participate in this meeting and comment on how well this Plan addresses the priorities identified in the Strategic Plan and offer input regarding the proposed activities.
For more information about the FY11 Operating Plan and Budget, including the link to the draft budget, please see: http://www.icann.org/en/public-comment/#draft-budget.
This call will also serve as a formal meeting of the ALAC Sub-Committee on Finance and Budget.
1. Introduction and Purpose of Call (Cheryl Langdon-Orr)-5 mins
2. Presentation of Draft FY11 Draft Operating Plan and Budget (Kevin Wilson) - 15-20 mins
Draft FY11 Operating Plan and Budget for Community Review: ENGLISH - PDF , ESPANOL - PDF , FRENCH - PDF
Kevin Wilson's PowerPoint Presentation: FY11 Budget briefing.ppt
3. Questions from the Community -15 mins
Members of the ALAC Subcommittee on Finance and Budget shall represent their regions and be given the right of first questions. Following their questions, the floor will be opened to the members of the At-Large community. The order will be alphabetical order by RALO: AFRALO, APRALO, EURALO, LACRALO, NARALO (at the discretion of the Chair).
I propose that it be provided a budget chapter for Als activities in their regions and / or their respective countries in connection with the mobilization of local actors about the many contributions required by the deadlines.
It is very important that from now on, as a budgetary provision be considered for not only well informed but also entrenching the culture of digital technology, particularly research
This implies that before every international meeting of ICANN, the Als have a packet of information gathered from various stakeholders such as registrars, registries, consumers, developers of web sites, policy makers ..
We still have this problem in most African countries, including a difficult relationship between the institutions, both national, international, regional and subregional. But even worse among national institutions and civil society if it is not an emanation of power in place.
contributed by BAUDOUIN SCHOMBE on Jun 16 3:36am
These funds ICANN beside AFRINIC, AFTLD, ISOC etc. .. will further enable the ALs that can better target the information packets for the participation of local actors to training and the establishment of mechanisms and research strategies that meet local needs.
contributed by BAUDOUIN SCHOMBE on Jun 16 3:47am