As a co-ordination body, one of ICANN's most important jobs is to provide those interested in its processes with the information they need to interact fully.
It is just as important that people are aware of what issues are currently being discussed within the organisation, what the outcome of recent discussions were, and what discussions will be coming up shortly.
ICANN also needs to make it simple for anyone who wishes to get involved with its processes to do so.
In pursuit of these three aims, ICANN has produced a series of publications, systems and websites to elicit input and comment from the Internet community.
This survey, produced and put out by ICANN's general manager of public participation, is intended to give you, the community, a chance to comment on the effectiveness of these various methods: to tell us what ICANN is doing right, and what it is doing wrong; and to outline what you would like to see more of, and how you would like to see it. Your votes and comments will be anonymous.
The poll has been set up to be as quick and easy to complete as possible - just six questions - and should take only five minutes to complete.
For those who wish to invest more time, however, within the surveys there is room for adding to voting options, for leaving or responding to comments on forums within the poll, and a number of comment boxes for providing ideas over how ICANN might improve.
Thank you in advance for your feedback. We will use it to review where we are and make changes where necessary, making sure that you are kept in the loop about what those changes are.