The United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB) is the main instrument for supporting and reinforcing the coordinating role of the United Nations intergovernmental bodies on social, economic and related matters. It carries out its role through a reporting structure that supports, in turn, its three high-level mechanisms.

Chief Executives Board Annual Overview Reports

The Annual Overview Report of the Chief Executives Board summarizes major developments in inter-agency cooperation during the year. The report focuses on key system-wide policies and operational and management activities undertaken by the two pillars of CEB: the High-level Committee on Programmes, and the High-level Committee on Management, in promoting inter-agency coordination on matters of system-wide concern.

Chief Executives Board Regular Session Reports

The Chief Executives Board Regular Session Reports are produced twice a year following the first and second regular session meetings of the executive heads of the member organizations of the CEB. The page presents reports from the High-Level Committee on Programmes, the High-Level Committee on Management and the United Nations Development Group. Reports summarize discussions of issues of system-wide concern and decisions taken.