[ga] ICANN's "fuzzy math" when it comes to hours of work
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- Subject: [ga] ICANN's "fuzzy math" when it comes to hours of work
- From: George Kirikos <gkirikos@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2012 17:54:20 -0700 (PDT)
I read with amusement ICANN's latest PR that Michael Salazar had resigned, but
that Kurt Pritz would be taking on his duties, in addition to his existing ones.
However, pages 58 and 59 of the latest IRS Form 990 (for the period ending June
30, 2011) *claimed* that both Kurt Pritz and Michael Salazar were already each
working 60 hours/week:
So, how does ICANN, with a straight face, say to the world that Kurt Pritz will
now be working 120 hours/week? Or is it possible that ICANN had erred in its
Form 990, and that the true hours of work are significantly less than 60
Maybe ICANN should get Compass Lexecon to do an "economic study" of this issue,
gratis -- the ICANN community certainly didn't benefit much from the $623,735
wasted on them in that year.