Kim Davies joined ICANN in 2005, and serves as the Vice President, IANA Services and President, Public Technical Identifiers. In this role he leads the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) functions, which coordinates and manages the Internet's unique identifiers to promote Internet interoperability. His tenure has evolved IANA through the implementation of technical systems, formalising business processes and quality management practices, and transitioning the functions from a US Government contract to multi-stakeholder oversight.
Kim has previously been involved in country-code top-level domain management, cofounding the .au domain manager auDA and representing European country-code managers at CENTR. In Australia, he worked for a major ISP, and established a key Australian Internet exchange point.