ICANN Resolutions » 2000-03-10 - ccTLD ADMINISTRATION AND DELEGATION POLICIES

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2000-03-10 - ccTLD ADMINISTRATION AND DELEGATION POLICIES


Resolution of the ICANN Board
Topic: 
ccTLD Administration and Delegation Policies
Summary: 

Board resolves that the President and Staff are to work with interested parties to draft language for the rights and responsibilities of the various parties in ccTLD agreements.

Category: 
ccTLDs
Meeting Date: 
Fri, 10 Mar 2000
Resolution Number: 
00.13
Status: 
Complete
Implementation Actions: 
  • Work with the ccTLD organizations, Governmental Advisory Committee, and other interested parties to prepare draft language for contracts, policy statements, and/or communications embodying these relationships.
    • Responsible entity: ICANN President and staff
    • Due date: None provided
    • Completion date: 5 July 2000
Resolution Text: 

Whereas, the Board has received a number of serious and carefully crafted recommendations relating to ccTLD administration and delegation policies, best practices, and contractual elements, including recommendations from the Governmental Advisory Committee, ccTLD managers, and others;

Whereas, the elements of these recommendations provide a sound basis for constructive dialogue and the finalization of stable and appropriate relationships;

RESOLVED [00.13] that the President and staff are authorized to work with the ccTLD managers, Governmental Advisory Committee, and other interested parties to prepare draft language for contracts, policy statements, and/or communications, including appropriate funding arrangements, to be presented to the Board and posted for public comment as soon as practicable.

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