In response to General Assembly resolution 62/208, the United Nations Development Group continued to strengthen system-wide knowledge management to facilitate the contribution of United Nations funds, programmes and specialized agencies, including non-resident agencies, to the United Nations Development Assistance Framework and other planning frameworks and mechanisms. In partnership with the United Nations System Staff College, the Group launched its staff rosters, which provide United Nations country teams with access to expertise from across the United Nations system for technical support and advice in a number of key substantive areas, including conflict analysis, disaster risk reduction, environmental sustainability, human rights mainstreaming, business operations, and results-based management. A revised United Nations Development Group toolkit was launched, which provides one-stop-shop access to good practices, guidance and lessons learned organized around the major areas of United Nations coordination work.