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The '''Operations Steering Committee''' ('''OSC''') was established to coordinate, recommend, and review changes regarding the operational activities of the Generic Names Support Organization ([[GNSO]]) and its constituencies.<ref>[https://community.icann.org/display/gnsoosc/Operations+Steering+Committee+%28OSC%29+-+Home OSC Home]</ref>
 
The '''Operations Steering Committee''' ('''OSC''') was established to coordinate, recommend, and review changes regarding the operational activities of the Generic Names Support Organization ([[GNSO]]) and its constituencies.<ref>[https://community.icann.org/display/gnsoosc/Operations+Steering+Committee+%28OSC%29+-+Home OSC Home]</ref>
  
 
== Goals ==
 
== Goals ==
  
The main goal of the OSC is to provide the necessary recommendations to help in implementing operational changes comprised in the Board Governance Committee Working Group (or [[BGC]] WG) Report, which are as follows:<ref>[http://gnso.icann.org/en/improvements/osc-en.htm gnso.icann.org]</ref>
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The main goal of the OSC is to provide the necessary recommendations to help in implementing operational changes comprised in the Board Governance Committee Working Group (or [[BGC]] WG) Report on GNSO Improvements.<ref>[http://gnso.icann.org/en/improvements/osc-en.htm gnso.icann.org]</ref>
  
The OSC is responsible for assessing as well as reviewing the efficiency of the recommendations that have been implemented. It is also assigned with the task of providing the necessary further operational enhancements as and when they are required. The OSC is also assigned with responsibilities from the GNSO Council. For instance, the GNSO Council may ask the OSC to examine the process of enhancing the constituency support in the future as well as can ask OSC to identify the new training process. The GNSO Council can also ask the OSC to align the Council’s work in accordance with the strategic plan of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers ([[ICANN]]) on a regular basis.<ref>[http://gnso.icann.org/en/improvements/osc-en.htm gnso.icann.org]</ref>
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The OSC is responsible for assessing as well as reviewing the efficiency of the recommendations that have been implemented. It is also assigned with the task of providing the necessary further operational enhancements as and when they are required. The OSC may also be assigned other responsibilities from the GNSO Council, such as to examine the process of enhancing the constituency support in the future, or to identify the new training process for constituency members. The GNSO Council can also ask the OSC to align the Council’s work in accordance with the strategic plan of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers ([[ICANN]]) on a regular basis.<ref>[http://gnso.icann.org/en/improvements/osc-en.htm gnso.icann.org]</ref>
  
 
==  Membership ==
 
==  Membership ==
  
The OSC comprises of a GNSO Council Chair or Vice Chair, one representative from every constituency who can even be a non council member and one member from the Nominating Committee or [[NomCom]] appointee to the GNSO. The OSC also contains some other participants, which mostly include the GNSO Secretariat, one ICANN policy staff representative, optional liaisons or appointed representatives from the [[GAC]] and the [[ALAC]] and OSC Work Team Chairs.  
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The OSC comprises of a GNSO Council Chair or Vice Chair, one representative from every constituency, and one [[NomCom]] appointee to the GNSO. Other participants may include the GNSO Secretariat, one ICANN policy staff representative, optional liaisons or appointed representatives from the [[GAC]] and the [[ALAC]], and OSC Work Team Chairs.
  
 
== Working method ==
 
== Working method ==
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* [[GNSO Operations Work Team]], which is charged with determining steps to establish the Council’s role as a strategic manager of the policy process
 
* [[GNSO Operations Work Team]], which is charged with determining steps to establish the Council’s role as a strategic manager of the policy process
* [[GNSO Stakeholder Group and Constituency Operations Work Team]], which is assigned with the job of developing proposal that would help implement the recommendations based on improving the stakeholder and constituency group operations
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* [[GNSO Stakeholder Group and Constituency Operations Work Team]], which is assigned with the job of developing proposals that would help implement the recommendations for improving the stakeholder and constituency group operations
* [[Communications and Coordination Work Team]], which is assigned with the task of developing a proposal to enhance the communication as well as coordination for Council Consideration.<ref>[https://community.icann.org/display/gnsoosc/6.+Work+Teams community.icann.org]</ref>  
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* [[Communications and Coordination Work Team]], which is assigned with the task of developing proposals to enhance the communication and coordination for Council consideration.<ref>[https://community.icann.org/display/gnsoosc/6.+Work+Teams community.icann.org]</ref>  
 
 
The OSC decisions are mostly taken on a full consensus of the members unless and until determined by the OSC members.<ref>[http://gnso.icann.org/en/improvements/osc-en.htm gnso.icann.org]</ref>
 
 
 
== OSC and ICANN ==
 
  
The staff of ICANN tasked with the OSC and its work teams provides all the necessary support in the working of the committee and its work teams as it is directed by the Chair. The ICANN staff provides all sorts of support which may include document drafting, editing and disseminating the documents and meeting support. <ref name="link2">[http://gnso.icann.org/en/improvements/osc-en.htm gnso.icann.org]</ref>
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The OSC decisions are mostly taken on a full consensus of the members unless and until determined by the OSC members. The [[ICANN]] staff may provide support in the form of document drafting, editing and disseminating the documents, and meeting support, among others.<ref>[http://gnso.icann.org/en/improvements/osc-en.htm gnso.icann.org]</ref>
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
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Latest revision as of 20:23, 16 June 2016

The Operations Steering Committee (OSC) was established to coordinate, recommend, and review changes regarding the operational activities of the Generic Names Support Organization (GNSO) and its constituencies.[1]

Goals

The main goal of the OSC is to provide the necessary recommendations to help in implementing operational changes comprised in the Board Governance Committee Working Group (or BGC WG) Report on GNSO Improvements.[2]

The OSC is responsible for assessing as well as reviewing the efficiency of the recommendations that have been implemented. It is also assigned with the task of providing the necessary further operational enhancements as and when they are required. The OSC may also be assigned other responsibilities from the GNSO Council, such as to examine the process of enhancing the constituency support in the future, or to identify the new training process for constituency members. The GNSO Council can also ask the OSC to align the Council’s work in accordance with the strategic plan of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) on a regular basis.[3]

Membership

The OSC comprises of a GNSO Council Chair or Vice Chair, one representative from every constituency, and one NomCom appointee to the GNSO. Other participants may include the GNSO Secretariat, one ICANN policy staff representative, optional liaisons or appointed representatives from the GAC and the ALAC, and OSC Work Team Chairs.

Working method

The Operations Steering Committee established three working teams to work on the three operational areas. The main reason behind establishing these teams was to reduce the volume of work which could arise out of the wide range of topic areas covered in the recommendations, as well as make sure that the implementation of any reported recommendations is successful.[4] These teams are:

The OSC decisions are mostly taken on a full consensus of the members unless and until determined by the OSC members. The ICANN staff may provide support in the form of document drafting, editing and disseminating the documents, and meeting support, among others.[6]

References