ICANN Resolutions » 2005-05-03 - Reimbursement of Director's Expenses

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2005-05-03 - Reimbursement of Director's Expenses

Resolution of the ICANN Board
Expense Reimbursement

Board authorizes reimbursements to Directors for specified expenses.

Administration and Budget
Meeting Date: 
Tue, 3 May 2005
Resolution Number: 
Implementation Actions: 
  • None
    • Responsible entity: Not applicable
    • Due date: None specified
    • Completion date: Not applicable
Resolution Text: 

Whereas, Article VI, Section 22 of the ICANN bylaws provides that the Board may authorize the reimbursement of actual and necessary reasonable expenses incurred by Directors performing their duties as Directors;

Resolved (05.31) that the Board hereby authorizes the reimbursement of expenses to Directors as follows:

  • Alejandro Pisanty - for travel to Geneva for meetings relating to WSIS/WGIG in September 2004 - additional airfare expense of US$3190.94
  • Alejandro Pisanty - for travel to Geneva for travel related to relating to WSIS/WGIG and the Capetown Meeting in November and December 2004 - additional airfare expense of US$7967.35
  • Raimundo Beca - for travel to Maputo, Mozambique to attend an Address Council meeting along with AfrNIC's first meeting - travel expenses estimated not to exceed US$9000
  • Veni Markovski - to attend a meeting in Brussels on 6 June 2005. Estimated cost Euro 1,000.
Additional Information: 
  • Funding identified in resolution.