Clear Check is a highly secure online platform of a centralized database. It permits to share information amongst UN entities, system-wide, on individuals (former UN staff and UN-related personnel) who have established allegations related to sexual harassment (SH), sexual exploitation and sexual abuse (SEA) with the aim to prevent re-employing them within the UN system.
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Presentation of the Annual Overview Report of the United Nations Chief Executives Board for Coordination for 2016.
Presentation of the Annual Overview Report of the United Nations Chief Executives Board for Coordination for 2015.Download powerpoint here.
Presentation of the Annual Overview Report of the United Nations Chief Executives Board for Coordination for 2013.
Presentation of the Annual Overview Report of the United Nations Chief Executives Board for Coordination for 2014.
Useful United Kingdom Government (Treasury) websites provided by Sir Andrew Likierman in response to a a question at the Task Force-Finance and Budget Network meeting, August 2006. They cover: guidance to government departments on accrual accounting, the UK Government's Accounting Manual, information about (whole of Government) consolidated accounts, and accrual budgeting.
Informal briefing and exchange of views with ECOSOC on HLCM’s work on Harmonization and Simplification of Business Practices in the UN system.
Informal briefing and exchange of views with ECOSOC on the outcome of the 2013 Second Regular Session of the CEB held in New York, USA.
Informal briefing and exchange of views with ECOSOC on the outcome of the 2013 First Regular Session of the CEB held in Madrid, Spain.
The objective of this effort is to adopt a coordinated approach to both the procurement and administration of banking services and relations for all of the Participating UN Agencies, both on a regional and country-by-country basis. We recognize that the UN System’s entities have varying needs and requirements depending upon the type of operations and countries involved. We can broadly categorize the banking requirements into the following categories.
This Project proposal has been prepared by the HLCM Procurement Network (PN) Working Group on Harmonization1 for consideration by HLCM's Harmonisation of Business Processes (HBP) Steering Committee.
The HLCM Procurement Network endorsed this proposal in May 2012.
This project led by the Procurement Network aims to simplify the registration process for UN Procurement in order to increase the number of vendors to compete for UN procurement contracts. The project uses the UN Global Marketplace as its platform.
Presentation of the annual overview report of the CEB pursuant to agenda item 7 (a) - "Coordination, programme and other questions" of ECOSOC Coordination Segment 2012
Presentation of the annual overview report of the CEB pursuant to agenda item 7 (a) - "Coordination, programme and other questions" of ECOSOC Coordination Segment 2011.
Introductory remarks on the annual overview report of the CEB to the 51st Session of the Committee for Programme and Coordination of the United Nations.
Informal briefing and exchange of views with ECOSOC on the outcome of the 2011 spring session of the CEB held in Nairobi, Kenya.
ECOSOC discussion on the coordinated response of the United Nations system in the follow-up to and implementation of the Outcome of the Conference on the World Economic and Financial Crisis and its Impact on Development
The objective of the project is to develop a model administrative procedure for use by UN organizations that allows for the introduction of a common decision mechanism to be introduced for the handling of suspect vendors; recording and knowledge sharing facilities within the UN procurement portal, The UN Global Marketplace (UNGM), which allows for the systemized sharing of the decisions made on suspect vendors by any UN organization amongst the entire UN procurement community; a training and communication programme launching and implementing the initiative.
The Procurement Network project on harmonizing procurement in the field came a long way towards defining the changes needed in policies and procedures to support teams carrying out procurement jointly. The project, designed to be completed towards the end of 2012 finalized much of the preparatory work in 2011 and this is reflected in the donor report.
The Human Resource Network finlized a comparative analsyis of staff rules and regulations and provided recommendations for follow up. The project is complete including work on analyzing arragements for non-staff in different organizations.
The ICT Network project on ICT costing is an important step to help organizations plan their ICT expenditures. The project, originally expected to be completed in mid 2012 has since been extended to October 2012 at which time it was operational closed. A detailed update on activities and outputs is available in 2012 HBP Key achievements report.
The Procurement Network project on Collaborative Procurement of Vehicles is one of the key initiatives of the Procurement Network to deliver large financial impact through efficiency gains. The project started in 2012.