The key objective of achieving a comprehensive and coherent United Nations system approach to ICT as a source of economic and social progress is being considerably advanced by the World Summit on the Information Society. Individually and collectively, including through the International Telecommunication Union-led High-level Summit Organizing Committee, organizations of the system are actively engaged in aligning their programmes with the outcome of the Geneva phase of the World Summit.
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This report provides a broad overview of developments in the interactions among the organizations of the United Nations system. The scope of the report was extended to cover not only activities during 2003, but also the first CEB session of 2004.
This report provides an overview of major developments in inter-agency cooperation during 2004/05 within the framework of the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB).
This report covers: the reports of the Board's committees (HLCM and HLCP). Discussions on Programme issues (Curbing transnational crime; Bridging the digital divide) and Management issues (Policy on domestic partnerships; Establishment of the Senior Management Service).
Issues discussed included: Preparations for the 2005 comprehensive review of the implementation of the Millennium Declaration; Bridging the digital divide; Follow-up to the decisions of the High-Level Committee on Programmes; HLCP programme of work, 2004-2005 and beyond.