A vital part of ICANN's processes is the opportunity for there to be public comment on each substantial piece of work before it is put forward for final approval.
ICANN has a proven commitment to accountability and transparency in all of its practices. Indeed, ICANN considers these principles to be fundamental safeguards in ensuring that its international, bottom-up and multi-stakeholder operating model remains effective.
Information on ICANN's cross-functional efforts related to continuity & contingency.
This website contains announcements, releases and other pertinent information about the deployment of DNSSEC for the root zone.
Information about global addressing policies, IPv4 and IPv6 allocation, and Regional Internet Registries.
ICANN's Board will consider a comprehensive set of recommendations to improve the structure and operations of the GNSO.
A current list of all top-level domains that have been delegated within the authoritative root-server system.
Information regarding the travel funding made available for ICANN meetings through the new Community Travel Support Procedure.
ccNSO Survey on Participation in ccNSO Meetings [PDF, 17 KB]
The ccNSO Participation Working Group is inviting all ccTLD managers to reply to a survey on why the do, or do not participate in ccNSO meetings. Replies to be sent to email@example.com.
The ccNSO has developed a timeline on the steps and time it will take for the possible introduction of IDN ccTLDs.
ICANN's approach to enforcement of compliance with its Registry Agreements and Registrar Accreditation Agreements.
The Fellowship Program provides a grant of support to individuals from less developed regions of the world to build capacity within the ICANN Multistakeholder Model.
ICANN's Fast-Track Process focuses on meeting a near-term demand with the implementation of a limited number of IDN ccTLDs.
Information on the public consultation over possible changes to the organization.
A comprehensive schedule for independent review of ICANN's structures.
Information about domain names represented by local language characters.
Proposed global policy for allocation of IPv6 address space.
Information and updates about the Joint Project Agreement between the United States Department of Commerce and ICANN.
A look at the meetings ICANN holds each year from a holistic and truly bottom-up perspective, to ensure that ICANN meetings optimally serve the community in the most cost-effective and stakeholder-focused ways possible.
Process and policy for the creation of new generic top-level domains (gTLDs).
Process of evaluation of new registry services and discussion of issues related to proposed new registry services.
Information Page for Sponsored Top-Level Domains.
Observations and recommendations concerning strategic issues facing ICANN.
In order to reinforce its transparency and accountability mechanisms, ICANN has established processes for reconsideration and independent review of ICANN actions.
Public process on enhancing RAA and accreditation process to protect registrants.
Status of ICANN's current Strategic Plan and Operating Plan.
Archive regarding the now-concluded VeriSign settlement.
Archival information regarding VeriSign's Wildcard service.
WHOIS services provide public access to data on registered domain names, which currently includes contact information for Registered Name Holders.
Information on the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) and the Internet Governance Forum (IGF).