HLCM aims to develop a consolidated and trust based relationship with Member States on the level and quality of controls in place in the organizations to allow for rationalized oversight, more focus on key risks and better internal resource allocation.
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This report covers: the reports of the Board's committees; HLCM, HLCP and UNDG; Briefing on UN-Water; Issues of system-wide concern: financing for sustainable development; Other matters (United Nations Environment Assembly; Climate Summit)
The HLCM Strategic Plan for 2013-2016 aims to contribute to the commitment of Member States to enhance the relevance, coherence, effectiveness, efficiency, accountability and credibility of the United Nations System through the re-design and implementation of administrative and management functions – so as to make the System organizations more adaptive and agile in delivering their programmatic mandates.
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At its 36th session in October 2018, HLCM approved the Terms of Reference for a Cross-Functional Task Force on Risk Management. The Task Force was established to improve the overall harmony of risk management processes and practices in the UN system. Under the first phase of its work, the Task force developed a reference risk management maturity model which was endorsed by HLCM in April 2019 to be used as a management and communication tool to help UN organizations identify (i) their current maturity stage (ii) their target maturity stage; and (iii) to provide a basis for continual improvement. The second phase of the work of the Task Force commenced in May 2019, to develop guidance on how a UN system organization may approach the establishment of key organizational risk management approaches, covering best practices for establishing risk appetite, embedding risk management, integrating with internal control management and establishing an organizational structure that supports robust risk assurance.