The NGPC also considered how it might respond to the ALAC Statement on IDN Variants. Finally, it began in-depth discussion of the GAC‘s Safeguard Advice applicable to all strings.
The next two meetings of the NGPC on 18 and 25 June 2013 will focus on items within the GAC‘s Annex 1 Safeguard advice. Below please find an updated NGPC work plan:
|Item||Resp.||Start Date||Compl. Date||Status|
|1.||Publish GAC Communiqué to solicit input on how the New gTLD Board Committee should address GAC advice regarding safeguards applicable to broad categories of New gTLD strings||Staff||23 April||Complete|
|2.||Public comment period on how NGPC should address GAC Advice re: Safeguards||Public||23 April||Comment 14 May; Reply 4 June||Complete|
|3.||Summarize and analyze public comments on GAC Advice re: Safeguards||Staff||5 June||12 June||Complete|
|4.||Meeting to review and consider staff proposals for addressing overarching Safeguard advice (Annex 1, 1-6) and Restricted & Exclusive Registry policies (Category 2)||NGPC||18 June||Not Started|
|5.||Meeting to review and consider staff proposals on Category 1, Items 1-5, and Singular vs. Plural||NGPC||25 June||Not Started|
The New gTLD evaluation and objection processes remains on track while the NGPC continues its deliberations. The NGPC is prioritizing its work in order to allow the greatest number of applications to move forward as soon as possible. We will continue to provide updates on the NGPC’s progress in responding to the GAC Beijing Advice.
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