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Nuevo aspecto de la página de contacto en ICANN.org

La página de Contacto en ICANN.org tiene un nuevo aspecto, ¡además de ofrecer nuevas maneras de contactarnos! La página es un reflejo de la expansión global de la ICANN y de nuestro compromiso con la regionalización de las operaciones. Ahora incluye información de contacto de nuestras oficinas nodales y centros de relacionamiento.

La ICANN cuenta con tres oficinas nodales: Singapur (Pacífico Asiático), Estambul (Europa, Oriente Medio y África) y Los Ángeles (las Américas).  Juntas, las oficinas nodales prestan servicio las 24 horas a la comunidad de la ICANN.

Los centros de relacionamiento son otra pieza clave de nuestro esfuerzo en pos de abordar mejor las necesidades de nuestras partes interesadas. Para utilizar nuestros recursos de la mejor manera, hemos cerrado nuestra oficina en Palo Alto, California, y recientemente mudamos nuestra oficina en Washington DC a un edificio nuevo, con mejor diseño y “ecológico”. Además de la oficina en Bruselas, hemos abierto centros de relacionamiento en Montevideo, Uruguay y Pekín.

Si desea acceder a la lista completa de oficinas de la ICANN y sus datos de contacto, lo invito a  visitar: http://www.icann.org/en/contact.

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