IANA Reviews

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.

Consultation Status
Source of Policies and User Instructions for ccTLD Delegation and Redelegation
A consultation on the Source of Policies & User Instructions for delegations and redelegations of country-code top-level domains.
Concluded
Source of Policies and User Instructions for gTLD Delegation and Redelegation
A consultation on the Source of Policies & User Instructions for delegations and redelegations of generic top-level domains.
Concluded
Source of Policies and User Instructions for Internet Number Resource Requests
A consultation on the Source of Policies & User Instructions for Internet Number Resource Requests
Concluded
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.
Reviewing Comments
Performance Standards for ccTLD Delegation and Redelegation
Seeking feedback on developing performance standards for delegation and redelegation of a country-code top-level domain.
Concluded
Performance Standards for gTLD Delegation and Redelegation
Seeking feedback on appropriate performance standards for delegation and redelegation of a generic top-level domain.
Concluded
Secure Notification Process
Seeking feedback on how ICANN should notify the community relating to service changes, outages, and other important announcements.
Concluded
Customer Service Complaint Resolution Process
Seeking feedback on how ICANN should resolve customer complaints relating to how the IANA functions have been executed.
Concluded
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.
Concluded