ACCOUNTABILITY INDICATORS

3. Advance organizational, technological, and operational excellence

3.1 Ensure ICANN’s long-term financial accountability, stability, and sustainability

Xavier Calvez
SVP & Chief Financial Officer
Objective 3 | Goal 3.1
Short Term Financial Accountability
As of May 2017
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Funding is ahead of target due to higher than budgeted new registrar application and accreditation fees. For more detailed information, please check the quarterly reports.
**Financial figures for the first quarter of Fiscal Year 2019 (July 2018 through September 2018) will be published in November in accordance with our Financial Reporting Calendar timeline.

Expenses are under budget due to lower personnel costs as a result of delayed hiring and timing differences with professional service projects. For more detailed information, please check the quarterly reports.
**Financial figures for the first quarter of Fiscal Year 2019 (July 2018 through September 2018) will be published in November in accordance with our Financial Reporting Calendar timeline.

Long-Term Financial Accountability
As of May 2017
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ICANN’s investment policy is to maintain a Reserve Fund equivalent to 1 year (12 months) of fiscal operating expenses. This target has increased because ICANN’s annual fiscal operating expenses have increased each year. The IANA Stewardship Transition expenses were funded from the Reserve Fund starting in fiscal 2015.

Percentage Staff Voluntary Turnover Trailing-Twelve-Month Trend
As of May 2017
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The trailing 12-month turnover rate is the total number of voluntary terminations of full-time staff members during a 12-month period divided by the average full-time headcount during that period. Benchmark source: Radford Trends Report Technology Edition – Global.

Security Operations
As of May 2017
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The Security Operations roadmap implementation began in FY17-Q3 with the launch of seven core tracks: Event Security Program (ESP), Travel Security Program (TSP), Security Intelligence Program (SIP), Response Planning Program (RPP), Physical Security Program (PSP), Threat Management Program (TMP), Knowledge Management Program (KMP).

Security Operations determines on a case-by-case basis the specific support requirements for each event. The pie charts show the generic weighting of each type of support category according to each risk rating, although the exact proportions of a support type may vary from event to event.

On-Time Delivery and Quality Index of the ICANN Planning Process
As of May 2017
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The above chart measures performance against schedule, document quality, and community participation. Community participation will be measured from FY18. PTI was incorporated in FY17 and does not yet have historical data. Bylaws govern the timing of events and structure of plans.

Risk Management
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ICANN organization refreshed its Risk Management approach in FY18. It has three core tracks:
RIM - Risk Identification Management
ORP - Operational Resiliency Planning
RRMP - Revised Risk Management Policy