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The reasons given in the e-mail were that “the digitalization project will come to closure on 31October 2018”. (...) The latest resolution on this subject (A/RES/67/237 of 24 December 2012) requests the Secretary- General once again to complete this task. … The digitization programme will continue to be important in promoting the paper smart programme in the United Nations that will reduce paper, and allow for more usage of modern electronic services via digitization and reducing the carbon print and contributing to environmental improvement. (...) Creation of electronic documents, through digitization of historical UN documents in paper format.
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Score: 957919.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2018-219.pdf
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The plan builds on the earlier Project, “Digitization: Turning Seven Decades of United Nations Work into Open Knowledge,” which set forth the digitization and preservation of historic and older UN documents. (...) The latest resolution on this subject (A/RES/67/237 of 24 December 2012) requests the Secretary- General once again to complete this task. … The digitization programme will continue to be important in promoting the paper smart programme in the United Nations that will reduce paper, and allow for more usage of modern electronic services via digitization and reducing the carbon print and contributing to environmental improvement. (...) Creation of electronic documents, through digitization of historical UN documents in paper format.
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Score: 954577.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2018-220.pdf
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These recommendations included the promotion of the use of PaperSmart meetings; a reduction of the number of hardcopy publications being distributed; that heads of departments assess functions that could be consolidated and restructured; and that the Office of Human Resources Management encourage mobility for General Service staff. 5. (...) This paper indicated that the organizational evolution to a digital printing operation would be accelerated, and that the Section would be incorporated into MMS. 7. (...) The incumbents of these posts will provide in-house printing services using digital equipment. Soon thereafter, as soon as the presently ongoing review by [the Office of Human Resources Management] is completed, nine more posts … will also be posted.
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Score: 913806.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2013-049.pdf
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These recommendations included the promotion of the use of PaperSmart meetings; a reduction of the number of hardcopy publications being distributed; that heads of departments assess functions that could be consolidated and restructured; and that the Office of Human Resources Management encourage mobility for General Service staff. (...) This paper indicated that the organizational evolution to a digital printing operation would be accelerated, and that the Section would be incorporated into MMS. 8. (...) The incumbents of these posts will provide in-house printing services using digital equipment. Soon thereafter, as soon as the presently ongoing review by [the Office of Human Resources Management] is completed, nine more posts … will also be posted.
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Score: 913806.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2013-077.pdf
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On 5 April 2013, the Acting Head, DGACM, convened a meeting with the staff members of PS during which he announced the implementation of a structured rotation policy that would include the temporary reassignment of staff members “in order to afford all staff an opportunity to gain experience in the scaled- down digital printing and distribution operations”. 3. (...) UNDT/NY/2013/027 Order No. 101 (NY/2013) Page 3 of 6 down digital printing and distribution operations, as well as in other areas, both inside the Department and outside. 4. (...) While there appears to indeed be a plan to reduce certain staffing levels within DGACM to promote PaperSmart meetings, there is nothing to suggest that this temporary reassignment is related to this plan or serves the goal of identifying which posts are going to be made redundant at a future date.
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Score: 851561.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2013-101.pdf
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It was explained to them that the “digitalization project will come to closure on 31 October 2018”. 9. (...) The Administration failed to act fairly, justly and transparently when it gave the project closure as a reason for a non-renewal decision when there was remaining funding from the 1st phase of the digitalization project and DGACM obtained further funding from the State of Qatar for the 2nd phase of the digitalization project; c. (...) The email notification of the non-renewal states the reason for non-renewal as “the digitization project will come to closure on 31 October 2018”.
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Score: 815624.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2018-221.pdf
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It was explained to them that the “digitalization project will come to closure on 31 October 2018”. 9. (...) The Administration failed to act fairly, justly and transparently when it gave the project closure as a reason for a non-renewal decision when there was remaining funding from the 1st phase of the digitalization project and DGACM obtained further funding from the State of Qatar for the 2nd phase of the digitalization project; c. (...) The email notification of the non-renewal states the reason for non-renewal as “the digitization project will come to closure on 31 October 2018”.
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Score: 815624.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2018-222.pdf
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Digital Guidelines EN Cover4 Guidelines on the Implementation of the 2005 Convention on the Protection and Diversity of Cultural Expressions United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions in the Digital Environment Operational Guidelines – Guidelines on the Implementation of the Convention in the Digital Environment • 87 Guidelines on the Implementation of the Convention in the Digital Environment Approved by the Conference of Parties at its sixth session (2017) I. (...) Protecting and promoting human rights and the freedom of creation, expression, information and communication in the digital environment means supporting the principles of Internet universality that promote a Human Rights-based open Internet, which is accessible to all and characterized by multi-stakeholder participation. 4. (...) At the stage of distribution/dissemination, Parties shall aim to support and provide opportunities for works to be distributed in the digital environment as well as promote Operational Guidelines – Guidelines on the Implementation of the Convention in the Digital Environment • 91 and consolidate the development of emerging and local digital markets.
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Score: 765900.44 - https://en.unesco.org/creativi...gital_guidelines_en_full-3.pdf
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In addition to electronic transaction promotion, this pillar also addresses trade facilitation with an electronic document exchange system. 4) Digital Economy Promotion: aims to boost the Thai economy through a vibrant digital business ecosystem. (...) Also, capacity building in the area of digital entrepreneurship, e-commerce, and digital marketing are necessary to achieve a long-term economic growth. 5) Digital Society Promotion: In order for Thailand to become a digital society, everyone — especially the less privileged groups — should have easy access to information as well as public services via digital means. (...) Pansak Siriruchatapong, Executive Director, Digital Economy Preparatory Commission Secretariat ​09:45-10:15 Coffee break​ hosted by MICT Thailand ​10:15-12:15 ​SESSION 1: INTERNATIONAL PRACTICES IN PROMOTING DIGITAL ECONOMY (session conducted in English with translation to Thai) Moderator: Mr.
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Score: 751515 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...2015/Aug-DE-Thailand/home.aspx
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That the concept of digital transformation is increasingly being embraced for driving urban governance, addressing inequalities, and promoting integrated sustainable development in Latin America. (...) That there is a need to exchange knowledge and experiences, and promote technical and institutional cooperation efforts in order to contribute to countries’ digital transformation in the region. (...) Foster new partnerships and cooperation – by promoting shared digital agendas for sustainable development, and by proposing clear goals for government action in order to take full advantage of the digital transformation for the benefit of the countries of the region.
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Score: 751197.75 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/c...08-DeclaracionGuatemala-EN.pdf
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