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The following 10 responsibilities were assigned to ICANN upon the signing of the JPA:
 
The following 10 responsibilities were assigned to ICANN upon the signing of the JPA:
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'''Stability and Security''': To ensure stability and security for the Internet’s unique identifier systems.
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# '''Stability and Security''': To ensure stability and security for the Internet’s unique identifier systems.
 
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# '''Transparency:''' To continue developing, testing, and enhancing procedures to increase transparency in the adoption of policies pertaining to technical coordination of the Internet Domain Name System (DNS).  
'''Transparency:''' To continue developing, testing, and enhancing procedures to increase transparency in the adoption of policies pertaining to technical coordination of the Internet Domain Name System (DNS).  
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# '''Accountability:''' To develop, test, maintain, and enhance accountability mechanisms to be responsive to global Internet stakeholders.  
 
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# '''Root Server Security and Relationships''': To coordinate with the operators of root name servers and other relevant experts in relation to operational and security issues.  
'''Accountability:''' To develop, test, maintain, and enhance accountability mechanisms to be responsive to global Internet stakeholders.  
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# '''TLD management:''' To build and maintain processes so that there is no monopoly on [[TLD]]s, so that the Internet DNS remains stable, and so that consumer interests are kept in mind.  
 
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# '''Multi-stakeholder Model:''' To improve and maintain the multi-stakeholder model and to ensure that all global stakeholders participate equally and conduct reviews of ICANN's existing advisory committees.  
'''Root Server Security and Relationships''': To coordinate with the operators of root name servers and other relevant experts in relation to operational and security issues.  
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# '''Role of Governments:''' To work with the Government Advisory Committee (GAC) members to review the GAC’s role so that there is effective consideration of the advice of GAC on the public policy aspects dealing with the technical coordination of the Internet.  
 
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# '''IP Addressing:''' To work in a collaborative manner at both the global and regional levels so that there is sufficient incorporation of the Regional Internet Registries policy in the action of ICANN.  
'''TLD management:''' To build and maintain processes so that there is no monopoly on [[TLD]]s, so that the Internet DNS remains stable, and so that consumer interests are kept in mind.  
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# '''Corporate Responsibility:''' To maintain efficiency and excellence in all operations, including organizational measures, good governance, and international private sector organization, and to maintain the Board of Directors, staff, and executive management so that they consist of people with relevant business and technical experience.  
 
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# '''Corporate Administrative Structure:''' To conduct a timely review of the corporate administrative structure so that there is adequate stability and adequate distribution of resources.<ref>[http://www.icann.org/en/general/JPA-29sep06.pdf icann.org]JPA 29 Sep 2006</ref>
'''Multi-stakeholder Model:''' To improve and maintain the multi-stakeholder model and to ensure that all global stakeholders participate equally and conduct reviews of ICANN's existing advisory committees.  
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'''Role of Governments:''' To work with the Government Advisory Committee (GAC) members to review the GAC’s role so that there is effective consideration of the advice of GAC on the public policy aspects dealing with the technical coordination of the Internet.  
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'''IP Addressing:''' To work in a collaborative manner at both the global and regional levels so that there is sufficient incorporation of the Regional Internet Registries policy in the action of ICANN.  
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'''Corporate Responsibility:''' To maintain efficiency and excellence in all operations, including organizational measures, good governance, and international private sector organization, and to maintain the Board of Directors, staff, and executive management so that they consist of people with relevant business and technical experience.  
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'''Corporate Administrative Structure:''' To conduct a timely review of the corporate administrative structure so that there is adequate stability and adequate distribution of resources.<ref>[http://www.icann.org/en/general/JPA-29sep06.pdf icann.org]JPA 29 Sep 2006</ref>
      
== Midterm review of JPA ==
 
== Midterm review of JPA ==
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