ICANN Resolutions » 2001-04-02 - Contract for IANA Function
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Board accepts the terms of the renewal contract with the U.S. Government for ICANN's provision of the IANA function and authorizes the General Counsel to sign the renewal contract on behalf of the Corporation.
Whereas, as provided in resolution 00.71 that contract was extended to 31 March 2001;
Whereas, the United States Government has requested that the contract be renewed to provide a continuing contractual basis for ICANN's provision of the IANA function as the transition of Internet-coordination functions from the United States Government to ICANN progresses;
Whereas, ICANN's General Counsel has reviewed the terms of the renewal contract with the Board and recommended that the Board enter into the agreement on those terms;
RESOLVED [01.45], the Board accepts the terms of the renewal contract as reviewed with the Board; and
RESOLVED FURTHER [01.46], the Board authorizes the General Counsel to sign the renewal contract on behalf of the Corporation in the form presented.