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Availability of Umoja Self-Service Leave Actions and June 2019 Payroll Lock Schedule | UMOJA Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: English Français HOME ABOUT TRAINING COURSES ON INSPIRA EMPLOYEE & MANAGER SELF SERVICE iLEARN UMOJA JOB AIDS RESOURCES REPORTING BI Reports Inventory NEWS SUPPORT SYSTEM STATUS GLOSSARY SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT                                                         Self Service Production Systems Strategic Planning Fundraising Umoja Mobile Home News Availability of Umoja Self-Service Leave Actions and June 2019 Payroll Lock Schedule Availability of Umoja Self-Service Leave Actions and June 2019 Payroll Lock Schedule Availability of Umoja Self-Service Leave Actions and June 2019 Payroll Lock Schedule Related News Articles April 2019 | ESS/MSS Payroll Lock Schedule 10 April 2019 Umoja: Budget Formulation Solution for Regular Budget Goes Live 12 March 2019 New eLearning Platform, iLearn Umoja, Now Available to Staff 28 February 2019 January 2019 | ESS/MSS payroll lock schedule 10 January 2019 General Information About Umoja Enterprise Resource Planning Solution Division (ERPSD)   Login to Umoja Umoja Production Systems Umoja Employee and Manager Self-Service Umoja Mobile Umoja Fundraising Umoja for Member States Training and Resources Training Courses on inspira Employee and Manager Self-Service iLearn Umoja - Umoja Extension 2 Training Umoja Job Aids Umoja Self-Service Quick Guides Resources   Help & Support Login Guide Glossary HR Tools Unite Service Desk Related Websites iLearn Umoja - Umoja Extension 2 Training Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Department of Operational Support Umoja on iSeek - the UN Intranet (may require login) Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice Fraud Alert Self Service Production Systems Strategic Planning Fundraising English Français
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Availability of Umoja Self-Service Leave Actions and June 2019 Payroll Lock Schedule | UMOJA Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: English Français HOME ABOUT TRAINING COURSES ON INSPIRA EMPLOYEE & MANAGER SELF SERVICE iLEARN UMOJA JOB AIDS RESOURCES REPORTING BI Reports Inventory NEWS SUPPORT SYSTEM STATUS GLOSSARY SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT                                                         Self Service Production Systems Strategic Planning Fundraising Umoja Mobile Home News Availability of Umoja Self-Service Leave Actions and June 2019 Payroll Lock Schedule Availability of Umoja Self-Service Leave Actions and June 2019 Payroll Lock Schedule Availability of Umoja Self-Service Leave Actions and June 2019 Payroll Lock Schedule Related News Articles April 2019 | ESS/MSS Payroll Lock Schedule 10 April 2019 Umoja: Budget Formulation Solution for Regular Budget Goes Live 12 March 2019 New eLearning Platform, iLearn Umoja, Now Available to Staff 28 February 2019 January 2019 | ESS/MSS payroll lock schedule 10 January 2019 General Information About Umoja Enterprise Resource Planning Solution Division (ERPSD)   Login to Umoja Umoja Production Systems Umoja Employee and Manager Self-Service Umoja Mobile Umoja Fundraising Umoja for Member States Training and Resources Training Courses on inspira Employee and Manager Self-Service iLearn Umoja - Umoja Extension 2 Training Umoja Job Aids Umoja Self-Service Quick Guides Resources   Help & Support Login Guide Glossary HR Tools Unite Service Desk Related Websites iLearn Umoja - Umoja Extension 2 Training Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Department of Operational Support Umoja on iSeek - the UN Intranet (may require login) Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice Fraud Alert Self Service Production Systems Strategic Planning Fundraising English Français
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In planning 2022 Nov 2022 Nov 2022 Actions Develop the WAFC SIGWX data provision to provide multiple time- steps of data in SWIM compliant format In planning 2022 Nov 2022 Nov 2022 1704 WIFS User Guide Update related guidance material to support the implementation of Annex 3 Amendment. - On- schedule Q3 2018 Nov 2020 Nov 2020 1708 Actions Assist ICAO in the coordination of the arrangements between the Provider States comprising the WAFS and in ensuring that the global requirements for WAFS information are met. - On- schedule Nov 2020 9594 Electronic Air Navigation Plans (eANP) Based on Annex 3 amendment, update of the eANPs as necessary. (...) IMP On- schedule Q3 2020 Jul 2020 Nov 2022 1716 Action Assist ICAO in the coordination of the arrangements by the SADIS Provider State in ensuring that the global requirements for the dissemination of global OPMET and WAFS information are met. IMP On- schedule Nov 2018 Action Update of SADIS and WIFS systems to deliver OPMET data in IWXXM format and WAFS data in a SWIM compliant manner In planning Nov 2022 Nov 2022 Action Development of SWIM compliant, API enabled, systems to replace SADIS and WIFS.
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Route to meeting the SDGs - SDG Studio, Global Festival of Action for Sustainable Development 2019 | UN Web TV Sorry, you need to enable JavaScript to visit this website. (...) I will share stories of how events are used to change the world (and these stories will also point to action that people could take so they leave the room inspired and ready to take action). (...) The Festival is crowdsourced, designed BY the SDG Action community FOR the SDG Action Community. The Festival's overall aim is to gather and inspire SDGs campaigners and multi-stakeholder partners to scale up and broaden the global movement to take action for the SDGs.
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GENERAL AGREEMENT ON L/4962 28 March 1980 TARIFFS AND TRADE Limited Distribution PROCEDURES FOR MODIFICATION AND RECTIFICATION OF SCHEDULES OF TARIFF CONCESSIONS Decision of 26 March 1980¹/ Recalling that the CONTRACTING PARTIES established on 19 November 1968 a procedure for the certification of changes to Schedules annexed to the General Agreement²/; Considering the importance of keeping the authentic texts of Schedules annexed to the General Agreement up to date and of ensuring that they tally with the texts of corresponding items in national customs tariffs; Considering that, in consequence, changes in the authentic texts of Schedules which record rectifications of a purely formal character or modifications resulting from action taken under Article II, Article XVIII, Article XXIV, Article XXVII and Article XXVIII shall be certified without delay; The CONTRACTING PARTIES decide that: 1. Changes in the authentic texts of Schedules annexed to the General Agreement which reflect modifications resulting from action under Article II, Article XVIII, Article XXIV, Article XXVII or Article XXVIII shall be certified by means of Certifications. A draft of such change shall be communicated to the Director-General within three months after the action has been completed. 2. Changes in the authentic texts of Schedules shall be made when amendments or rearrangements which do not alter the scope of a concession are introduced in national customs tariffs in respect of bound items.
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PowerPoint Presentation Reinforcement learning for scheduling and MIMO beam selection using CAVIAR simulations 6-10 December 2021 Thank you João Paulo Tavares Borges Universidade Federal do Pará, Brazil Session 6: Machine learning for next generation wireless network Paper S6.3: Reinforcement learning for scheduling and MIMO beam selection using CAVIAR simulations Thank you Introduction ● ML and, more specifically RL, appears in several research areas in 5G and 6G ● However, the lack of freely available datasets or environments to train and assess RL agents is a practical obstacle that delays widespread adoption ● So, the key idea in this paper is to use realistic representations of deployment sites together with physics, sensors, and communication network simulators, to enable training RL agents ● This methodology is named Communication Networks, Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision with 3D Computer-Generated Imagery (CAVIAR) Thank you Overall description of a possible CAVIAR implementation Thank you CAVIAR simulation for user scheduling and beam selection problems ● A set of mobile entities (UAVs, cars and pedestrians) receive a set of waypoints to follow​ ● While following the waypoints, their trajectories are recorded at a given sampling rate​ ● These recordings are used, at each simulation step, to position the entities, while the channels between them and the base station are calculated​ ● The communication parameters, together with UE movements, are used to compose environments (i.e. for user scheduling and beam selection)​ Environment communication parameters configuration Fix beamforming codebook obtained from Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) matrices for 8x8 Uniform Planar Arrays (UPA) Three users with 1 Gbit buffer each, and traffic defined via a Poisson process In total: 3 users and 64 beams, composing an action space of 192 actions Example RL agent and baseline strategies to test the environment Baseline A2C agent (B- RL)B-Dummy B-BeamOracle State: X,Y,Z, dropped packets Pd , transmitted packets Ptx , buffered packets Pb , bitrate Action: User (int), beam index (int) Reward: Random user Random beam Sequential pattern: uav, car, ped [...] Best beam ● The CAVIAR environment was used to generate 70 episodes, from which 50 were used for training the RL agent, and 20 for testing ● The sequential scheduling proves to be sufficient to attend the demand in light traffic situations, however, for intense traffic moments, even using the best beam, without proper scheduling, the performance of the reward tends to be negative ● As expected, the B-BeamOracle presents the best performance, while the B-RL achieves performance close to the B-Dummy, which simply uses random actions ● We believe that the use of more episodes and better modeling of the agent can substantially improve its performance. Results R ew ar d Thank you Conclusion and future works • This paper presented a framework for research on RL applied to scheduling and MIMO beam selection • Using the framework, we provided statistics of an experiment in which an RL agent faces the problems of user scheduling and beam selection • the experiment allowed us to validate the designed environment for RL training and testing • Future development will focus on • in-loop simulations, where there is no need to generate trajectories in advance • adding integration with more simulators to increase realism, such as a full-fledged network traffic and a wave propagation with ray tracing software Thank you!
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Score: 848815.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/a..._1570747946%20presentation.pdf
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Umoja Moving to Azure Authentication A New Era in the Management of Uniformed Personnel Introducing the Enterprise Resource Planning Solution Division Umoja: New Integrated Planning, Management and Reporting Solution Launch of New Umoja Contributions Portal Umoja launches Performance Dashboard for all Secretariat Entities Umoja Performance Monitoring: Live for Regular Budget Operations Umoja Mobile is now available to all Secretariat staff Umoja deploys Implementing Partner Management Module Umoja Upgrades Infrastructure for Better Features and Performance Umoja Mobile is live for staff at UNHQ and beyond UE2: Uniformed Capabilities Management Continues to Expand Scope July 2019 Payroll Lock Schedule Introducing Umoja Mobile UN Global Service Centre adopts Meeting Participants Management Umoja Self-Service Leave Actions during Payroll Lock Availability of Umoja Self-Service Leave Actions and June 2019 Payroll Lock Schedule May 2019 | ESS/MSS Payroll Lock Schedule April 2019 | ESS/MSS Payroll Lock Schedule Umoja: Budget Formulation Solution for Regular Budget Goes Live March 2019 | ESS/MSS Payroll Lock Schedule New eLearning Platform, iLearn Umoja, Now Available to Staff February 2019 | ESS/MSS Payroll Lock Schedule January 2019 | ESS/MSS payroll lock schedule Launch of the Uniformed Capabilities Management System
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Umoja Moving to Azure Authentication A New Era in the Management of Uniformed Personnel Introducing the Enterprise Resource Planning Solution Division Umoja: New Integrated Planning, Management and Reporting Solution Launch of New Umoja Contributions Portal Umoja launches Performance Dashboard for all Secretariat Entities Umoja Performance Monitoring: Live for Regular Budget Operations Umoja Mobile is now available to all Secretariat staff Umoja deploys Implementing Partner Management Module Umoja Upgrades Infrastructure for Better Features and Performance Umoja Mobile is live for staff at UNHQ and beyond UE2: Uniformed Capabilities Management Continues to Expand Scope July 2019 Payroll Lock Schedule Introducing Umoja Mobile UN Global Service Centre adopts Meeting Participants Management Umoja Self-Service Leave Actions during Payroll Lock Availability of Umoja Self-Service Leave Actions and June 2019 Payroll Lock Schedule May 2019 | ESS/MSS Payroll Lock Schedule April 2019 | ESS/MSS Payroll Lock Schedule Umoja: Budget Formulation Solution for Regular Budget Goes Live March 2019 | ESS/MSS Payroll Lock Schedule New eLearning Platform, iLearn Umoja, Now Available to Staff February 2019 | ESS/MSS Payroll Lock Schedule January 2019 | ESS/MSS payroll lock schedule Launch of the Uniformed Capabilities Management System
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How photography can fight harassment - SDG Studio, Global Festival of Action for Sustainable Development 2019 | UN Web TV Sorry, you need to enable JavaScript to visit this website. (...) SDG Action Talk by Young Activists from Plan International Belgium. (...) The Festival is crowdsourced, designed BY the SDG Action community FOR the SDG Action Community. The Festival's overall aim is to gather and inspire SDGs campaigners and multi-stakeholder partners to scale up and broaden the global movement to take action for the SDGs.
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Fight for climate justice - SDG Studio, Global Festival of Action for Sustainable Development 2019 | UN Web TV Sorry, you need to enable JavaScript to visit this website. (...) It is about now, tomorrow and the rest of our lives. SDG Action Talk by Noah Rosenbrock Leonie Meyerr The SDG Global Festival of Action (2-4 May 2019 in Bonn, Germany) is a ground-breaking event powered by the UN SDG Action Campaign with the support of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), the German Federal Foreign Office and partners. The Festival is crowdsourced, designed BY the SDG Action community FOR the SDG Action Community. The Festival's overall aim is to gather and inspire SDGs campaigners and multi-stakeholder partners to scale up and broaden the global movement to take action for the SDGs.
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