The DNSSEC Roadmap, prepared for the Department of Homeland Security’s DNSSEC Deployment Initiative in February 2013, lays out a vision for where the Initiative should go and describes next steps that various actors should take to realize a world in which every zone is signed and every query is checked. It describes the state of the art of DNSSEC deployment in the U.S. and beyond, and includes pointers toward tools, technologies and strategies that both public and private-sector groups can use to increase that deployment.

The older, 2007 roadmap is also available.  It is divided into four major tracks: operations, software, issues and measurement of adoption and progress.

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