04 December, 2010

U.S. GAC Representative's Scorecard

Suzanne Sene
Having listened to today's session of the Governmental Advisory Committee on the topic of new gTLDs, I came away with a number of impressions. 

First, I was shocked by Kurt Pritz's comment that ICANN has spent between one to two million dollars on economic studies thus far. 

Second, I was amazed by the clear thinking exhibited by U.S. GAC representative Suzanne Sene who made a strong case for the GAC to adopt a high-level scorecard approach to track the new gTLD Guidebook process.  Ms. Sene cited a number of issues that remain of concern and advanced the notion that the Board and community could both benefit from a clear understanding of which specific Guidebook implementation measures still offer only limited comfort to governments. 

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