In performing the IANA functions, ICANN is required to perform a number of public consultations on certain aspects of how these functions are performed. These consultations are spelled out in IANA Functions Contract SA1301-12-CN-0035, and will be conducted between October 2012 and mid-2013.
ICANN welcomes and encourages feedback from all interested and affected parties on these consultations.
|Root Zone KSK Rollover Process
Seeking feedback on how ICANN should perform a rollover (change) to the Key Signing Key used to sign the DNS Root Zone for DNSSEC.
|Open until 12 April 2013|
|Performance Standards for ccTLD Delegation and Redelegation
Seeking feedback on developing performance standards for delegation and redelegation of a country-code top-level domain.
|Performance Standards for gTLD Delegation and Redelegation
Seeking feedback on appropriate performance standards for delegation and redelegation of a generic top-level domain.
|Secure Notification Process
Seeking feedback on how ICANN should notify the community relating to service changes, outages, and other important announcements.
|Customer Service Complaint Resolution Process
Seeking feedback on how ICANN should resolve customer complaints relating to how the IANA functions have been executed.
|Performance Standards for Internet Numbers Resources
Seeking feedback on appropriate performance standards for the allocation of Internet Number Resources such as IPv4 and IPv6 allocations, primarily to Regional Internet Registries.