A gradual creation and administration of the global social commons:
After the key sectors assigned to the commons have been transferred to the public domain (society/community) – i.e. after society has assumed responsibility for and control over these areas – the next stage involves the actual creation of the commons in the sense of making it accessible. During this phase, the goods and services to be created are still firmly anchored in the monetary system. Even if their monetary value is now already also influenced by social-ideological factors (inter alia social need and global social progress), nevertheless this monetary value will continue to be influenced by the relevant market-oriented costs of production and by (in part provoked) demand and (in part induced) supply. Some social and economic sectors of the First Phase as defined above, which are already today made available in part by society (initially by the state) free of charge represent – partial – exceptions to this.
Important for the gradual introduction of the social commons is the ability to estimate the actual need for corresponding goods and services of the commons for the given size and type of population. In order to satisfy these social needs, the respective service and production systems must be adjusted or converted accordingly. A national Social Administrative Council, which will later become a regional/local part of a global social administrative council after state borders have been dissolved and the corresponding regional/local planetary administrative zones have been created, will gradually take over the administration of the commons and its separate domains.
 Even if co-funded by citizens through taxes and contributions, as in the case of the judiciary, the police and institutional controls.