RE: [gnso-arr-dt] RE: Draft Motion to Approve Endorsement Process
45 days is okay, so we probably should give the SGs 3 weeks thereby leaving 3 weeks if needed for the Council. If any SGs find 3 weeks as too short we could extend it to 24 days and still stay within the 45 days and still allow 3 weeks for Council action if needed. Chuck From: William Drake [mailto:william.drake@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Saturday, May 29, 2010 12:53 PM To: Gomes, Chuck Cc: Caroline Greer; Margie.Milam@xxxxxxxxx; gnso-arr-dt@xxxxxxxxx Subject: Re: [gnso-arr-dt] RE: Draft Motion to Approve Endorsement Process Hi Chuck On May 29, 2010, at 4:48 PM, Gomes, Chuck wrote: Once we have the proposed process finalized, the motion may be made. The motion must be made on the Council list not later than Wednesday, 2 June. Did I miss the answer on this, how many days to fix for SG endorsement? I didn't think I'd seen a resolution in your threads with Janis, staff etc. Also is the term of art we refer to the Call for Applications? On May 27, 2010, at 9:38 PM, Gomes, Chuck wrote: Note the following message I just sent to the SOAC list regarding opening the call for AoC RT applicants. As soon as we have our draft process, I would like to send it to Marco & Janis if no one objects. Can we finalize the proposed process not later than tomorrow so that Bill may send it to the Council list by then? If so, then I will send it as a draft to Marco & Janis. Mixing together the details of the next two RTs and the permanent process seems to complicate discussion, how about we focus here on the latter. To finalize we need clarification from selectors et al on the expected regular RT time cycles so contracted folk can decide how long they can have after the calls close, bearing in mind the potentially three week wait after that to the next council call. When you reach closure we'll plug in the number.