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Pages tagged with ICT coherence

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CEB: Fostering inter-agency collaboration in information and communication technology 15.06.2016

The system’s ability to develop greater coherence in ICT policy advice and programme support within the framework of its development agenda depends in many ways on its ability to create, manage and share information and knowledge across the system more efficiently and effectively. Knowledge, information and data are the system’s principal assets and a main source of its comparative advantage.

CEB: Bridging the digital divide and fostering inter-agency collaboration in information and communication technology 15.06.2016

CEB and its High-Level Committees have continued to address ICT from two interrelated vantage points: first, the coherence of the policy advice that the system provides to countries in setting comprehensive, forward-looking strategies to harness information and communication technology for economic and social progress, and second, the imperative for the system to capitalize on the unprecedented opportunity that ICT offers the organizations of the United Nations system for the creation, sharing and management of knowledge.

CEB: Information and communications technology 15.06.2016

The United Nations system took further steps to enhance operational coherence in the area of information and communications technology by building on past projects and charting new territory. Building on the successful pilot of a United Nations system global contact directory, this system became operational during the reporting period, with organizations joining to make their contact information available using the jointly managed secure and sustainable platform.

CEB: Information and communications technology 15.06.2016

The Information and Communications Technology Network commenced a project, funded by the High-level Committee on Management Plan of Action and led by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, to establish common standards and benchmarks for information and communications technology services and investments. That project will allow organizations to calculate their total cost of information and communications technology services, and in a manner that will provide for benchmarking of those services.

CEB: Information and communications technology 15.06.2016

Agencies of the United Nations system continue to work towards the harmonization of ICT services, at both the country and headquarters levels. Analysis performed as part of the report of the Secretary-General on the quadrennial comprehensive policy review (A/67/93-E/2012/79) indicates that shared ICT infrastructure introduced into several programme countries has begun to show results in terms of efficiencies.

Documents tagged with ICT coherence

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ICTN: Report of 7th Session (October 2006 , Dubai) 15.06.2016
Document reference: CEB/2006/HLCM/ICT/27
ICTN: Report of 8th Session (May 2007, New York) 15.06.2016

Agenda Items discussed included: Country-Level ICT Coherence; System-Wide Business Practices; ICT Strategy: Development of Business Cases; ICT and Development; Special Interest Groups: ICT Knowledge Sharing.

Document reference: CEB/2007/HLCM/ICT/1
ICTN: Report of 9th Session (December 2007, Brindisi) 15.06.2016

Agenda Items discussed included: System-Wide Business Practices (prioritization of the initiatives, with the lead and participating agencies identified); Country-level ICT Coherence; ICT Strategic Framework; Special Interest Groups: ICT Knowledge Sharing.

Document reference: CEB/2008/HLCM/ICT/17