Action Decision Radar

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An Action Decision Radar (ADR) provides an exhaustive picture of all foreseeable and envisioned outputs with an estimate of timing, indications of dependencies, the anticipated level of effort, and key reference documentation.

ICANN SO/AC ADRs

GAC

The GAC ADR comes in two formats, a live version and a PDF snapshot, the latter of which is circulated on regular basis. This was developed by the GAC Support Team in collaboration with GAC Leadership and in consultation with GAC Members who evaluated and gave feedback on earlier drafts.[1]

GNSO

The GNSO Council's ADR is a tool to facilitate decisions or actions. It contains a series of range markers for determining timelines, is tactical in nature, and only refers to decisions to be made no longer than one month out.[2]

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