System-wide coherence; Enhancing the contribution of the United Nations system to the Economic and Social Council; Second United Nations Decade for the Eradication of Poverty (2008-2017); Science and technology; Support to staff in emergency situations; Human resources; International Public Sector Accounting Standards; Financial management; Procurement; Information and communications technology; Collaboration with the Joint Inspection Unit.
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Together with the UNDG, the HLCM supported the UN System Staff College to assist UN Country Teams with the integration of the Harmonization of Business Practices into the Programming Process. The project was completed in 2011 and a possible second phase is being designed. The donor report from 2011 summarizes the work of the project.
The Executive Heads of the organizations and agencies of the United Nations system reaffirm their statement of 11 April 1997 on “Universal Access to Basic Communications and Information Services”.
As the United Nations system enters a new century, our overarching challenge is to tap more effectively the benefits of globalization for all people in all countries. Information and communication technologies play a key role in our efforts to meet that challenge.
Agenda Items discussed included: System-Wide Business Practices (Common Service Centres, Common Data Centres, Internationally Recognized Standards, Business Case Development and Costing, Harmonization of ERP practices, UN System Portal); ICT implications for IPSAS implementations; ICT-Related JIU Studies; Common Directory Project; Special Interest Groups: ICT Knowledge Sharing (UNDG ICT Tasking Group, SAP-SIG, CABIO. Other issues discussed included: ICC – ICT Network Coordination; One UN Country Office Domain Name; UN Secretariat Information and Communications Technology Strategy.
Agenda Items discussed included: System-Wide Business Practices (ERP, Shared Service Centres, Portal, Business Case Development and Costing, Data Centre Consolidation, Internationally Recognized Standards, UN System Directory ); A Carbon-neutral UN; Desktop coherence; Geographic information systems; JIU Reports; Country-Level activities. Other items discussed included: Risk Analysis/Security; Data Communications Study.
Agenda Items discussed included: Adding Business Value; System-Wide Business Practices (Shared Service Centres, Data Centre Consolidation, UN System Directory); ICT Special Interest Group Updates; Business Continuity.
The agendas included: Report of the HLCM Technical Working Group on Safety and Security; ICT Network proposal to study the value of two common services initiatives: Communications and Data Centers; Update and discussion on the World Bank's participation in the UN security Network management system; Feedback from the HLCM Chair on the CEB session of 27-28 October.
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The United Nations Geographical Information Working Group (UNGIWG) is a network of professionals working in the fields of cartography and geographic information science to building the UN Spatial Data Infrastructure needed to achieve sustainable development.
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