ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 3 June 2011
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
2 June 2011 | ICANN posted its fifth and final status report to the GNSO on the implementation of its recommendations for the Add Grace Period (AGP) Limits Policy.
Increase of the Registrar Accreditation Application Fee and Introduction of Further Due Diligence Background Checks
1 June 2011 | To offset the costs of increased due diligence, the application fee for submitting an ICANN accreditation application will be increased from the current fee of US $2,500 to US $3,500 effective on 1 July 2011.
31 May 2011 | The Policy Development Process Work Team (PDP-WT) has submitted its Final Report to the GNSO Council for its consideration.
30 May 2011 | This version contains updates based on community feedback and the recent consultations between ICANN's Board of Directors and the Governmental Advisory Committee (GAC).
30 May 2011 | To kick off the annual Strategic Planning process, a 2012-2015 Strategic Plan Timeline has been established.
30 May 2011 | The Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy Part B Working Group has submitted its Final Report to the Generic Names Supporting Organization (GNSO) Council.
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