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Other Committees

Many of the other new developments at ICANN were accomplished through the introduction of review teams; such as the Committee on ICANN Evolution and Reform. Other Committees intent on expanding and specializing the role of ICANN were also created, such as the Security Committee, which eventually became the Security and Stability Advisory Committee. Both of these committees were given official recognition in 2002.[1] The push for reform was also significantly aided by Stuart Lynn's "President's report: The Case for Reform,"[2] which they credited for starting the dialogue on reform and leading to the creation of the more formal committee.[3]

  1. ICANN Meeting in Accra Preliminary Report. ICANN. Published 2002 March 14.
  2. President's Report: ICANN – The Case for Reform. ICANN. Published 2002 February 24.
  3. ICANN Meeting in Bucharest Preliminary Report]. ICANN. Published 2002 June 28.