ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 23 December 2011
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
23 December 2011 | For this 15th round of the Fellowship Program, 29 fellows have been selected from 24 countries, chosen amongst the 116 applications received.
23 December 2011 | As part of the new gTLD program, all new gTLD applicants are required to provide a cost estimate for funding critical registry functions on an annual basis in case of registry failure.
23 December 2011 | ICANN published for public comment the draft Integrated Issues Report, a study of the issues that this project has identified in relation to the management of IDN variant TLDs. It represents the result of the completion of the second phase of the project.
23 December 2011 | Apply now to join the ICANN Board, the Councils of GNSO and ccNSO, and the ALAC.
22 December 2011 | The following new changes are the capstone on a series of improvements made to the Public Comment Process over the past six months: Better Descriptions of Public Comment Topics and Comment/Reply Periods. These new processes and constructs will be put in place by 1 January 2012.
21 December 2011 | The 2011 Annual Report for the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has been published online today.
20 December 2011 | The CEO Search Committee has now completed a job description for the position of CEO and a CEO candidate profile.
20 December 2011 | ICANN is introducing today for public comment the implementation plans for the gTLD Applicant Support Program.
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