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UNOPS :REPORT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE UNITED NATIONS BOARD OF AUDITORS, 2019
In 2019, the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Unit further strengthened its approach to governance and refined its methods of working by formulating an annual roadmap based on submissions by all policy units. The annual roadmap has enhanced the organization's ability to plan the roll-out of the associated systems and manage any process changes and change management. (...) Google G-Suite automatically manages version control as well as the dating and tracking of document changes. 41.
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BUILDING BACK BETTER: USING PLATFORMS TO ENABLE SHARING AND PROGRESS TOWARDS THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY
Finland pioneered a dedicated roadmap for the platform economy as part of its broader Digitalisation Strategy21 and its approach to urban economic development.22 The approach takes concerted steps to clarify data ownership and facilitate data exchange, security, and privacy and to support a range of platforms across sectors and society. (...) This is in the nature of platform dynamics: Google, for example, is successful because of its dominance in search and several other markets and its access to vast amounts of valuable data. (...) Since digitalization is a global phenomenon that goes beyond national borders, policies are needed at all levels, national, regional and international.33 Finland is a pioneer in this regard, following the countries good practices in the establishment of the Strategic Roadmap for Platforms and Sharing Economy.
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CHAIR'S NOTES ON THE WORKING PARTY ON GENERAL SAFETY PROVISIONS MEETING IN LIEU OF ITS 119TH SESSION
The proposed system for updating the ITS Roadmap was to use an online platform, Google docs, through which interested parties could access the document and work on it in a collaborative manner. The draft document, as downloaded from Google docs on 9 October 2020, was accessible through the link listed on the first page of GRSG-119-34. The secretariat invited interested stakeholders to provide their contributions to the revision process through Google docs. The aim was to have a draft revised ITS Roadmap ready for presentation to the November 2020 session of the Inland Transport Committee (ITC) Bureau, as a leadup to tabling it at the ITC session in February 2021.
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BETTER MEASURING DIGITALIZATION: INITIATIVES OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS ON CONCEPTUAL AND MEASUREMENT ISSUES
Extensive work has already been done to conceptually define a framework for digital supply-use tables that could be used to create a satellite account on the digital economy, in 2 The G20 endorsed the 2017 Roadmap for Digitalization: Policies for a Digital Future, published a Toolkit for Measuring the Digital Economy in 2018, building upon previous work by OECD. (...) This project will build upon G20 and other relevant work to develop a Roadmap Towards a G20 Common Framework on Measuring the Digital Economy, including a set of representative indicators for measuring the digital economy, focusing on some key policy challenges, notably jobs, skills and growth. (...) Research on the valuation of free assets and free services (e.g. Facebook, Google Search or Gmail) is less advanced, at least in the sphere of official statistics’ efforts.
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“Digital Cooperation to Leave No One Behind: Implementing the Secretary-General’s Roadmap” Side event at the 2021 STI Forum 4 May 2021, 2-3pm EDT Summary Note In June 2020, the United Nations Secretary-General launched his Roadmap for Digital Cooperation (A/74/821). (...) The Office of the Secretary-General’s Envoy on Technology, in close collaboration with key partners of the Roadmap implementation, held a side-event at the STI Forum 2021 providing an opportunity to update on and maintain momentum in the implementation of the Roadmap in the context of ongoing efforts towards achieving the SDGs. (...) Mr Vint Cerf, Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist, Google, reiterated Google’s commitment to help implement the Secretary-General’s Roadmap for Digital Cooperation, https://undocs.org/en/A/74/821 especially in the area of research and applications of technologies towards the achievement of the SDGs, and to work with different stakeholder groups in the public and private sector to that end, with the ultimate goal of an internet that is safe, secure, private, accessible, affordable, resilient, reliable and inclusive.
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REPORT OF THE FOURTH UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SINGLE WINDOW
The following intergovernmental organizations, private sector players and independent experts participated in the conference: International Air Transport Association (IATA), World Customs Organization (WCO), World Trade Organization (WTO), SGS Société Générale de Surveillance, TDAF Consulting, Webb Fontaine Holding SA, Google Switzerland, PROTECT, Port of Rotterdam Authority, Traxens, PPL 33-35 and independent consultants. (...) At the political level: a clear definition of the SW concept; a clear vision and implementation roadmap; and a strong political will to endorse the project, enforce implementation, establish a collaborative framework, harmonize policy, provide long-term financial and legal governmental support, and guarantee transparency and accessibility of SW is required. (...) Several participants stated that the scope of SW could be widened in the future to sectors other than trade (health, higher education, and other public services), including those using Public Private Partnerships (PPPs). VI. Next steps: Roadmap to a revision of Recommendation 33 22. Based on the outcomes of the above discussions, participants agreed to several recommendations on the way forward concerning Recommendation 33.
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PROGRAMME OF MEETINGS AND AGENDA
No. 2012/149 Journal of the United Nations Friday, 3 August 2012 10 The presentation was followed by brief comments and question-and-answer periods, in which the Chair of the Technical Committee II and the representatives of the United Kingdom and the Syrian Arab Republic, as well as the observer of Google, participated. (a) Content requirements The Conference heard a report introduced by the representative of Australia. The report was followed by brief comments and question-and-answer periods, in which the Chair of the Technical Committee II and the representative of Botswana, as well as the observer of Google, participated. The Conference thus concluded its consideration of agenda item 11 (a). (...) • Symbol Main title General Assembly Documents Sixty-sixth session A/66/L.57 Item 34 –– Prevention of armed conflict –– Albania, Andorra, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Botswana, Bulgaria, Canada, Côte d’Ivoire, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Djibouti, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kuwait, Latvia, Libya, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Maldives, Monaco, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, United States of America and Yemen: draft resolution –– The situation in the Syrian Arab Republic [A C E F R S] –– 6 pages Sixty-seventh session A/67/94–E/2012/80 Item 26 (a) of the preliminary list –– Operational activities for development: quadrennial comprehensive policy review of operational activities for development of the United Nations system –– Analysis of funding of operational activities for development of the United Nations system for 2010 –– Report of the Secretary-General [A C E F R S] –– 71 pages A/67/138 Item 95 (o) of the provisional list –– General and complete disarmament –– Disarmament and non-proliferation education –– Report of the Secretary-General [A C E F R S] –– 23 pages Security Council Documents S/2012/10/Add.30 Summary statement by the Secretary-General of matters of which the Security Council is seized and of the stage reached in their consideration [A C E F R S] –– 1 page Economic and Social Council Documents Substantive session of 2012 A/67/94–E/2012/80 Item 3 (a) of the provisional agenda –– Operational activities of the United Nations for international development cooperation: follow-up to policy recommendations of the General Assembly and the Council –– Analysis of funding of operational activities for development of the United Nations system for 2010 –– Report of the Secretary-General [A C E F R S] –– 71 pages No. 2012/149 Journal of the United Nations Friday, 3 August 2012 16 United Nations Children’s Fund Executive Board Second regular session 2012 DP-FPA/2012/1–E/ICEF/2012/AB/L.6 Item 9 of the provisional agenda –– Financial, budgetary and administrative matters –– Roadmap to the integrated budget: Joint UNDP, UNFPA and UNICEF review on the impact of cost definitions and classification of activities on harmonized cost-recovery rates [A C E F R S] –– 14 pages E/ICEF/2012/P/L.37 Item 6 (b) of the provisional agenda –– Draft country programme document –– Equatorial Guinea [E F S (only)] –– 12 pages Executive Board of the United Nations Development Programme, the United Nations Population Fund and the United Nations Office for Project Services Second regular session 2012 DP-FPA/2012/1–E/ICEF/2012/AB/L.6 Item 9 of the provisional agenda –– Financial, budgetary and administrative matters –– Roadmap to the integrated budget: Joint UNDP, UNFPA and UNICEF review on the impact of cost definitions and classification of activities on harmonized cost-recovery rates [A C E F R S] –– 14 pages DP/FPA/DCCP/PAK/1 Item 5 of the provisional agenda–– United Nations Population Fund –– Country programmes and related matters –– Draft common country programme document for Pakistan and the UNFPA results and resources framework, 2013–2017 [E F S (only)] –– 16 pages DP/FPA/DCP/CMR/6 Item 5 of the provisional agenda –– United Nations Population Fund –– Country programmes and related matters –– Draft common country programme document for Cameroon [E F S (only)] –– 7 pages United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea Meeting of States Parties Twenty-second Meeting SPLOS/251 Report of the twenty-second Meeting of States Parties [A C E F R S] –– 21 pages Communications to the Editor Material for inclusion in the Journal should be addressed to the attention of Ms.
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To support that complex process, a wide range of key organizations are partnering through the collaborative roadmap for FLR monitoring. This roadmap includes the development of an interactive knowledge platform and a community of practice for FLR monitoring .  (...) The Partners to the Collaborative Roadmap Cycling by items - 1 second interval, enabled pause on hover Land Cover Classification System / Land Cover Meta Language LCCS is a comprehensive, standardized a priori classification system designed to meet specific user requirements, and created for mapping exercises, independent of the scale or means used to map. (...) Creation of a knowledge base for informed decision making on SLM mainstreaming and outscaling Keywords: Degradation, Drylands, Sustainable land management Category: Assessing degradation & Restoration opportunities, Monitoring & Evaluation Type: Guidance and methods, Software, Case studies, Repository of data Scale: Global, Regional, National, Local Dimension: Biophysical, Ecological, Socioeconomic, Management Organization: FAO - AGL Year of publication: 2010 Collect Earth Collect Earth is a tool that enables data collection through Google Earth. In conjunction with Google Earth, Bing Maps and Google Earth Engine, users can analyze high and very high resolution satellite imagery for a wide variety of purposes, including: Support multi-phase National Forest Inventories; Land Use, Land Use Change and Forestry (LULUCF) assessments; Monitoring agricultural land and urban areas; Validation of existing maps; Collection of spatially explicit socio-economic data; Quantifying deforestation, reforestation and desertification Keywords: Data collection, Land use change, Mapping Category: Assessing degradation & Restoration opportunities, Monitoring & Evaluation Type: Guidance and methods, Software Scale: Global Dimension: Biophysical, Ecological Organization: FAO - FOA Year of publication: Satellite Land Monitoring System Portals Satellite Land Monitoring System (LMS) portals in the form of interactive maps to collect and assess over time activities related to forest land.
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New Roadmap for Digital Cooperation spotlights ‘Giga’ initiative to connect the all the world’s schools - ITU Hub This website will offer limited functionality in this browser. (...) New Roadmap for Digital Cooperation spotlights ‘Giga’ initiative to connect the all the world’s schools News 11 Jun 2020 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via URL According to the new Roadmap for Digital Cooperation launched by the United Nations Secretary-General today, 93 per cent of the world’s population live within physical reach of mobile broadband or Internet services.  (...) _ga_T69008QZXS 2 years This cookie is installed by Google Analytics. _gat_UA-121074739-1 1 minute A variation of the _gat cookie set by Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager to allow website owners to track visitor behaviour and measure site performance.
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Participation of Indigenous Peoples at the UN – Roadmap towards 2017 | United Nations For Indigenous Peoples Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Français Español Русский Unofficial translations (Google) (Microsoft) Department of Economic and Social Affairs Indigenous Peoples Search UN DESA Home Indigenous Peoples at the UN UNPFII Resources News Calendar Contact Us *** COVID-19 *** Home Indigenous Peoples at the UN UNPFII Resources News Calendar Contact Us *** COVID-19 *** Home Participation of Indigenous Peoples at the UN – Roadmap towards 2017 Participation of Indigenous Peoples at the UN – Roadmap towards 2017 19 October 2016 Following the briefing of the PGA’s Advisers on the process of the participation of Indigenous Peoples at the UN on 3 October 2016, the following indicative roadmap and approach to the consultation process was elaborated, taking into account the views of Member States and Indigenous Peoples representatives: – 14 and 15 December 2016 – 30 January to 1 February 2017 – 27 and 28 February 2017 – The weeks of the Permanent Forum, 24 April – 5 May (specific dates to be confirmed, depending on the schedule of the Forum) After these discussions a draft resolution would be finalized and adopted by the General Assembly as set out in General Assembly resolution 70/232 .
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