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Pages tagged with UNOPS

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CEB: Ms. Grete Faremo 27.02.2017

 Ms. Grete Faremo joined UNOPS as Executive Director in August 2014. Before this appointment, Ms. Faremo held various senior-level positions for the Government of Norway.  Most recently, she was Minister of Justice and Public Security; a role she held for two years. During her first appointment as Minister of Justice, Ms. Faremo initiated negotiations between Schengen member countries and Norway on security and free movement in Europe, which culminated in the Nordic Schengen Agreement, signed in 1996 by the Governments of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.

CEBs: UN System Procurement Statistics 15.06.2016

This section presents statistics produced by the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS), on behalf of the United Nations system of organizations to provide detailed information covering the spectrum of United Nations procurement activities. Procurement is defined as the acquisition through purchase or lease of real property, goods or other products (including intellectual property), works or services.

HRN: UN System Human Resources Statistics 15.06.2016

Every year the CEB Secretariat collects HR data from member organizations and publishes statistics. Reports detail staff demographics such as staff grade, nationality, location, gender and age. Staff with appointments for a period of less than one year are excluded from published data. Reports also exclude information on National Professional Officers, which is provided separately.

FBN: UN System Financial Statistics 23.04.2017

Financial Statistics is a collection of annual data from CEB member organizations on their revenue and expenditures. Using this data, revenues broken down by assessed and voluntary contributions can be shown. Also, expenditures at the country, regional and global levels and broken down by expenditure categories: development assistance, humanitarian assistance, technical cooperation, peacekeeping and normative activities.

HRN: UN System Human Resources Statistics Reports 15.06.2016

This page presents the annual statistical reports on the staff of the organizations in the United Nations common system with appointments for a period of one year or more as at 31 December. The tables exclude information on National Professional Officers, which is provided separately.

Documents tagged with UNOPS

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PN: UN System Procurement Statistics Report - 2000 23.02.2017

The 2000 report compiles information provided by 36 UN organizations and 121 UNDP Country Offices, the highest response rate the Annual Statistical Report to date. IAPSO relies entirely on the cooperation of the reporting entities and, in general, the responses have been encouraging and the quality of data has steadily improved from previous years. For the 2000 report a number of Agencies have contributed with data input which not been able to do so in previous years. The information from UNDP Country Offices was provided for projects under national execution (NEX). The 2000 report also features procurement data for projects under direct execution (DEX), these primarily being the UNDP Jerusalem PAPP office and the UNDP ENRP Unit.

PN: UN System Procurement Statistics Report - 2001 23.02.2017

The 2001 report compiles information provided by 31 UN organizations and 111 UNDP Country Offices. IAPSO relies entirely on the co-operation of the reporting entities and, in general, the responses have been encouraging and the quality of data has steadily improved from previous years. The information from UNDP Country Offices was provided for projects under National Execution (NEX) and Direct Execution (DEX) modalities.

PN: UN System Procurement Statistics Report - 2002 23.02.2017

The overall procurement volume of UN Agencies during 2002 decreased to USD 4.5 billion from USD 4.6 billion in 2001, representing an decrease of approx. 2.4%. This decrease is atritubtable to most UN agency experiencing a downturn in overall procurement volume.

PN: UN System Procurement Statistics Report - 2003 23.02.2017

The overall procurement volume of UN Agencies during 2003 increased to USD 5.08 billion from USD 4.5 billion in 2002, representing an increase of approx. 9.3%. This increase is attributable to most UN agencies experiencing an increase in overall procurement volume. It is noteworthy that FAO, UNICEF and WFP all had increases in procurement volume of 73%, 23% and 20% respectively.

PN: UN System Procurement Statistics Report - 2004 23.02.2017

The overall procurement volume of UN Agencies during 2004 increased to USD 6.4 billion from USD 5.1 billion in 2003, representing an increase of approx. 25.4%. This increase is attributable to most UN agencies experiencing an increase in overall procurement volume.

PN: UN System Procurement Statistics Report - 2005 23.02.2017

The overall procurement volume of UN Agencies during 2005 increased to USD 8.3 billion from USD 6.5 billion in 2004, representing an increase of approx. 21.6%. The 2005 report compiles information provided by 32 UN organizations and 124 UNDP Country Offices. IAPSO relies entirely on the co-operation of the reporting entities and, in general, the responses have been encouraging and the quality of data has steadily improved from previous years. The information from UNDP Country Offices was provided for projects under National Execution (NEX) and Direct Execution (DEX) modalities.

PN: UN System Procurement Statistics Report - 2008 Supplement 23.02.2017

We live in a time of unprecedented global challenges, when vision and action to protect our planet are needed as never before. This is why I am so pleased to introduce this publication on sustainable procurement.

PN: UN System Procurement Statistics Report - 2007 23.02.2017

The 2007 report analyzes procurement from developing countries and countries with economies in transition (DC/ET), and examines UN agency performance in response to General Assembly resolution 57/279 of January 2003 on Procurement Reform (paragraph 6), which encouraged UN organizations to increase opportunities for DC/ET vendors. Significant progress has been made toward achieving this objective.

PN: UN System Procurement Statistics Report - 2008 23.02.2017

Total UN procurement volume increased in 2008 by $3.5 billion, representing a percentage increase of 34%. This unprecedented growth in procurement delivery is primarily attributable to an increase in peacekeeping operations and the delivery of food stuffs. Agencies increased their procurement of goods by $1.5 billion and that of services by $2 billion. The 2008 data further confirm that the UN’s requirement for services matches and even exceeds that of goods, reversing the trend of previous years where the proportion of goods procured far outweighed that of services contracted.

PN: UN System Procurement Statistics Report - 2009 Supplement 23.02.2017

The procurement of vital goods and services provides an essential building block for many United Nations activities, whether it is responding to natural disasters, peacekeeping or encouraging development. These operations rely heavily on our efficient and transparent ability to purchase the required food, labour, medicines and other items needed to fulfil United Nations (UN) goals.

PN: UN System Procurement Statistics Report - 2009 23.02.2017

United Nations procurement delivery in 2009 has marginally increased in comparison to previous years. The total United Nations procurement volume has increased by $203 million over the previous year, representing an increase of 1.5 percent. In terms of procurement of goods and services, agencies decreased their procurement of goods by $360 million and increased that of services by $563 million over 2008. The 2009 data further confirms that the UN’s requirement for services exceeds that of goods, reversing the trend of previous years where the proportion of goods procured far outweighed that of services contracted.

PN: UN System Procurement Statistics Report - 2010 Supplement 23.02.2017

The United Nations has a founding mission to raise living standards and promote development worldwide. The preamble of the United Nations Charter calls for the Organization “to employ international machinery for the promotion of the economic and social advancement of all peoples.”

PN: UN System Procurement Statistics Report - 2010 23.02.2017

United Nations procurement delivery in 2010 has increased substantially in comparison to the previous year. The total UN procurement volume has increased by $747 million over the previous year, representing an increase of 5.4%. In terms of procurement of goods and services, agencies increased their procurement of goods by $681 million and increased that of services by $66 million over 2009. The 2010 data reverses the trend that has seen the UN’s requirement for services exceed that of goods and revert to the trend of previous years where the proportion of goods far outweighed that of services contracted.

PN: UN System Procurement Statistics Report - 2011 Supplement 23.02.2017

Public procurement is a powerful driver of development. In addition to providing goods and services a country needs, the act of procurement itself can strengthen local economies, support marginalized groups and boost local capacity for commerce.

PN: UN System Procurement Statistics Report - 2011 23.02.2017

United Nations procurement delivery in 2011 has decreased slightly in comparison to the previous year. The total UN procurement volume has decreased by $268 million over the previous year, representing a decrease of 1.9 percent. In terms of procurement of goods and services, procurement of goods decreased by $10 million, while procurement of services decreased by $258 million over 2010. The 2011 data further confirms that the UN’s requirement for services exceeds that of goods, reversing the trend of previous years where the proportion of goods procured far outweighed that of services contracted.

Bookmarks tagged with UNOPS

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Annual Statistical Report on UN Procurement 15.06.2016

The Annual Statistical Report on UN Procurement provides data and analysis on the goods and services procured by the United Nations system in support of its operations. The 2013 Annual Statistical Report on UN Procurement also features a thematic supplement on a key issue in procurement. For 2013, the focus of the supplement is on procurement and innovation.

Direct access: Annual Statistical Report on UN Procurement
UN procurement data on UNOPS open information hub 15.06.2016

UNOPS is publishing annual statistics on UN-wide procurement, as well as details of over 1,000 projects, in a bid to promote transparency in aid and development.

Direct access: Procurement
PN: UN Global Marketplace 15.06.2016

The United Nations Global Marketplace - UNGM - is the procurement portal of the UN System. It brings together UN procurement staff and the supplier community. The United Nations represents a global market of over USD 14 billion annually for all types of goods and services.

Direct access: Global Marketplace
UNOPS Vacancies 15.06.2016
Direct access: UNOPS Vacancies
United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) 15.06.2016

UNOPS mission is to expand the capacity of the UN system and its partners to implement peacebuilding, humanitarian and development operations that matter for people in need.

Direct access: United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)

Agencies tagged with UNOPS

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United Nations Office for Project Services 27.01.2017

The UN Office for Project Services' (UNOPS') mission is to expand the capacity of the UN system and its partners to implement peace building, humanitarian and development operations that matter for people in need. Working in some of the world's most challenging environments, UNOPS' core services include project management, procurement, human resources management, fund management and UN common services.

Statistics tagged with UNOPS

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HRN: UN System Human Resources by Length of Service (Professional) 09.08.2016
HRN: UN System Human Resources by Gender (Professional) 09.08.2016
HRN: UN System Human Resources by Nationality 09.08.2016
HRN: UN System Human Resources by Age Bracket (Professional) 09.08.2016
HRN: UN System Human Resources by Grade 09.08.2016

Staff positions are grouped in two broad categories of occupations (the Professional and higher categories and the General Service category) and the hierarchy is expressed by grade levels within those categories.  The grade level of each position  is established based on the nature of duties and responsibilities assigned to it and the related skills, knowledge and experience required.

HRN: UN System Human Resources by Category 09.08.2016

Every year the CEB Secretariat collects HR data from member organizations and publishes statistics. Reports detail staff demographics such as staff grade, nationality, location, gender and age.

HRN: UN System Human Resources by Organization & Duty Station 09.08.2016

Every year the CEB Secretariat collects HR data from member organizations and publishes statistics. Reports detail staff demographics such as staff grade, nationality, location, gender and age.

PN: UN System Purchase Orders by Organization 10.08.2016

The overall procurement volume (goods and services combined) of UN organizations during 2013 increased to $16.1 billion, from $15.4 billion in 2012 – an increase of 4.6 percent. The total procurement of goods increased by $826 million, an increase of 12.1 percent, while procurement of services decreased by $115 million, a slight decline of 1.3 percent.

PN: UN System Purchase Orders by Country (Goods) 10.08.2016

The UN system procured goods and services from 192 different countries in 2013, with 123 countries having an annual procurement volume of more than $10 million each in 2013. The ten major countries supplying UN organizations in 2013 included four developing countries, with the United Arab Emirates, Afghanistan, India and Kenya accounting for 37.4 percent of the total procurement volume of the top ten countries of supply.

PN: UN System Purchase Orders by Country (Services) 10.08.2016

The UN system procured goods and services from 192 different countries in 2013, with 123 countries having an annual procurement volume of more than $10 million each in 2013. The ten major countries supplying UN organizations in 2013 included four developing countries, with the United Arab Emirates, Afghanistan, India and Kenya accounting for 37.4 percent of the total procurement volume of the top ten countries of supply.

PN: UN System Procurement of Services by Region 10.08.2016

The UN system procured goods and services from 192 different countries in 2013, with 123 countries having an annual procurement volume of more than $10 million each in 2013. The ten major countries supplying UN organizations in 2013 included four developing countries, with the United Arab Emirates, Afghanistan, India and Kenya accounting for 37.4 percent of the total procurement volume of the top ten countries of supply.

PN: UN System Procurement of Goods by Region 10.08.2016

The UN system procured goods and services from 192 different countries in 2013, with 123 countries having an annual procurement volume of more than $10 million each in 2013. The ten major countries supplying UN organizations in 2013 included four developing countries, with the United Arab Emirates, Afghanistan, India and Kenya accounting for 37.4 percent of the total procurement volume of the top ten countries of supply.

PN: UN System Procurement of Services by Organization 10.08.2016

The overall procurement volume (goods and services combined) of UN organizations during 2013 increased to $16.1 billion, from $15.4 billion in 2012 – an increase of 4.6 percent. The total procurement of goods increased by $826 million, an increase of 12.1 percent, while procurement of services decreased by $115 million, a slight decline of 1.3 percent.

PN: UN System Procurement of Goods by Organization 10.08.2016

The overall procurement volume (goods and services combined) of UN organizations during 2013 increased to $16.1 billion, from $15.4 billion in 2012 – an increase of 4.6 percent. The total procurement of goods increased by $826 million, an increase of 12.1 percent, while procurement of services decreased by $115 million, a slight decline of 1.3 percent.

PN: UN System Procurement of Services by Country 10.08.2016

The UN system procured goods and services from 192 different countries in 2013, with 123 countries having an annual procurement volume of more than $10 million each in 2013. The ten major countries supplying UN organizations in 2013 included four developing countries, with the United Arab Emirates, Afghanistan, India and Kenya accounting for 37.4 percent of the total procurement volume of the top ten countries of supply.

PN: UN System Procurement of Goods by Country 10.08.2016

The UN system procured goods and services from 192 different countries in 2013, with 123 countries having an annual procurement volume of more than $10 million each in 2013. The ten major countries supplying UN organizations in 2013 included four developing countries, with the United Arab Emirates, Afghanistan, India and Kenya accounting for 37.4 percent of the total procurement volume of the top ten countries of supply.

HRN: UN System Human Resources by Country & Duty Station 09.08.2016

Every year the CEB Secretariat collects HR data from member organizations and publishes statistics. Reports detail staff demographics such as staff grade, nationality, location, gender and age.

FBN: Total expenditure by country 03.08.2016

This map shows all agencies' country expenditure combined.

FBN: Total expenditure by region 03.08.2016

This chart shows all agencies' expenditure for each region.

FBN: Total expenditure by agency 03.08.2016

This chart shows the total expenditure for each agency, calculated on the basis of all expenditure categories.

FBN: Total revenue by agency 03.08.2016

United Nations organizations vary widely in size based on annual revenues.  The largest organizations have revenues totaling in the Billions of USD while the smallest are in the range of 20 – 50 Million USD.  The annual revenues for each organization are presented below.

FBN: Agency expenditure by category 03.08.2016

This chart shows expenditure by category for individual agencies.

FBN: Agency expenditure by category 03.08.2016

This chart shows agencies' expenditure by category.

FBN: Global and inter-regional expenditure by agency 03.08.2016

This graph shows agency global and inter-regional expenditure.

FBN: Voluntary agency revenue by revenue type 03.08.2016

This chart shows revenue by revenue type for voluntary agencies.

FBN: Country and regional expenditure by agency 30.01.2017

This chart shows the expenditure of each agency within a country

FBN: Revenue type by agency 03.08.2016

This graph shows individual agencies' revenue, broken down by revenue type.

FBN: Agency revenue by revenue type 03.08.2016

While United Nations organizations have widely different business models, their annual revenue streams can be grouped into for major categories. These are: Assessed Contributions; Voluntary Contributions, not specified to use; Voluntary Contributions, specified to use; and Other Revenue.

Executive Bios tagged with UNOPS

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CEB: Ms. Grete Faremo 27.02.2017

 Ms. Grete Faremo joined UNOPS as Executive Director in August 2014. Before this appointment, Ms. Faremo held various senior-level positions for the Government of Norway.  Most recently, she was Minister of Justice and Public Security; a role she held for two years. During her first appointment as Minister of Justice, Ms. Faremo initiated negotiations between Schengen member countries and Norway on security and free movement in Europe, which culminated in the Nordic Schengen Agreement, signed in 1996 by the Governments of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.