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Further, we noted that within the Investigations Office itself, investigations evidence might not be as well secured, as is a requirement in other investigations functions. The Chief Investigator is duty-bound to protect and preserve evidence should it required for UN Dispute Tribunal and the UN Appeals Tribunal purposes. UNICEF REPORT ON AN EXTERNAL QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF THE INVESTIGATIONS FUNCTION 7 Joscelyne + Associates, Inc. 8506 Rehoboth Court, Vienna VA 22182, USA (m) +1 703.919.1234 (email) graham@joscelyneplus.com We recommend that the Chief Investigator review evidence security procedures and practice to ensure that OIAI meets minimum standards. (...) Without him, it is not clear how the Office would function. We recommend that the Director OIAI plan for Chief Investigator succession and a case recovery plan in the event that the Chief Investigator is no longer available.
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Score: 924595.1 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...EF%20Investigations%202013.pdf
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Article 7 Delegation of powers or authority to perform defined functions by the Chief Veterinary Officer (1) The Chief Veterinary Officer may delegate certain powers conferred upon him or the authority to perform certain functions assigned to him or her by or under this Act and Regulations; (i) to any officer who is designated as a member of the Veterinary Authority under his or her control according to the Regulations; (ii) to a provincial veterinary officer as appointed under Article 8 (1) of this Act and according to Article 3 of the Regulations. (...) Article 8 Appointment, powers and functions and suspension or termination of appointment of Provincial Veterinary Officers (1) The Minister shall appoint an officer of the Veterinary Authority who is a registered veterinarian as Provincial Veterinary Officer in each province. (2) A Provincial Veterinary Officer shall exercise the powers delegated and perform the functions assigned to him or her, under Article 3 of the Regulations, in his or her province. (3) A Provincial Veterinary Officer so appointed shall provide the Chief Veterinary Officer with such reports regarding the powers assigned or the functions delegated referred to in Article 3 of the Regulations as the Chief Veterinary Officer may require. (4) The Chief Veterinary Officer shall monitor the performance of the functions assigned under sub- article (2) in order to verify that essential relevant sanitary measures, as defined in the Regulations, are being maintained throughout the territory of Afghanistan, and, (i) at prescribed intervals the Chief Veterinary Officer shall compile reports of the functions monitored and furnish a copy to the relevant Provincial Veterinary Officer. 10 (ii) the Chief Veterinary Officer may, by notice in writing require the Provincial Veterinary Officer or any other person in possession of information required by the Chief Veterinary Officer for the purposes of monitoring the performance of functions delegated under sub-article (2) to provide such information to the Chief Veterinary Officer within the period specified in the notice. (iii) if, in a particular case, the Chief Veterinary Officer or the Governor of his or her province is of the opinion that an act or omission by a particular provincial veterinary officer or officer under his control, represents a material deviation from the powers assigned or the functions delegated, he or she shall inform the provincial veterinary officer concerned and take such steps in connection with such an instance as may be necessary, including: (a) request that the provincial veterinary officer or officer concerned shall take whatever steps are required to correct the act or omission cited above; (b) refer the case to the Minister, in writing for further disciplinary action as deemed necessary. (5) The Minister may suspend or terminate an appointment contemplated in Article 8 (1) of this Act or a power or function delegated to a provincial veterinary officer or other officer of the Veterinary Authority by Notice in the Gazette, in general or in a particular instance in the event of: (i) contravention of any provision of this Act or Regulations by the Provincial Veterinary Officer or other officer concerned, or the occurrence, in a province or in a country adjacent to a province, of any event of such a nature that it could detrimentally affect animal health in a Province or in the territory of Afghanistan as a whole, or, (ii) upon the written request of the Governor of the province or the Chief Veterinary Officer when the governor or the Chief Veterinary Officer, according to sub-article (4) section (iii), can provide evidence that the provincial veterinary officer or other officer has either failed to exercise the powers delegated to him or perform any of the functions assigned to him or her according to Article 3 of the Regulations or has performed an act which he considers to be a material deviation from his or her powers or functions.
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Score: 909604.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/afg_e/WTACCAFG19_LEG_1.pdf
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The Committee will recall that at its 267th Session (November 1996), the Governing Body approved amendments to the Financial Rules and the Staff Regulations concerning internal oversight. 1 These amendments had been requested by certain member States in order to introduce arrangements which would afford a greater measure of autonomy and independence to the Chief Internal Auditor. 2. Since then, arrangements in respect of internal oversight have further evolved in a number or organizations of the United Nations system, and the Director-General is of the view that the Office should adopt similar practices, through amendments to the Financial Rules and the Staff Regulations, in order to increase the effectiveness of the ILO’s internal oversight function. (...) All systems, processes, operations, functions, programmes and activities within the Organization are subject to the Chief Internal Auditor’s independent review, evaluation and oversight. 14.20 APPOINTMENT AND TERMINATION OF THE CHIEF INTERNAL AUDITOR The Director-General shall appoint a technically and professionally qualified Chief Internal Auditor in accordance with the provisions of article 4.2(d) of the Staff Regulations. The Director- General may terminate the appointment of the Chief Internal Auditor in accordance with the provisions of article 11.1 of the Staff Regulations. 14.30 TERMS OF REFERENCE GOVERNING INTERNAL AUDIT Internal audit shall function in accordance with the following provisions: (a) The Chief Internal Auditor shall report directly to the Director-General, (b) Internal audit shall have full, free and prompt access to all records, property, personnel, operations, functions and any other material within the Organization which, in internal audit’s opinion, are relevant to the subject matter under review.
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Score: 904510.7 - www.ilo.org/public/engl.../gb/docs/gb280/pdf/pfa-9-2.pdf
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Article 7 Delegation of powers or authority to perform defined functions by the Chief Veterinary Officer (1) The Chief Veterinary Officer may delegate certain powers conferred upon him or the authority to perform certain functions assigned to him or her by or under this Act and Regulations; (i) to any officer who is designated as a member of the Veterinary Authority under his or her control according to the Regulations; 9 (ii) to a provincial veterinary officer as appointed under Article 8 (1) of this Act and according to Article 3 of the Regulations. (...) Article 8 Appointment, powers and functions and suspension or termination of appointment of Provincial Veterinary Officers (1) The Minister shall appoint an officer of the Veterinary Authority who is a registered veterinarian as Provincial Veterinary Officer in each province. (2) A Provincial Veterinary Officer shall exercise the powers delegated and perform the functions assigned to him or her, under Article 3 of the Regulations, in his or her province. (3) A Provincial Veterinary Officer so appointed shall provide the Chief Veterinary Officer with such reports regarding the powers assigned or the functions delegated referred to in Article 3 of the Regulations as the Chief Veterinary Officer may require. (4) The Chief Veterinary Officer shall monitor the performance of the functions assigned under sub- article (2) in order to verify that essential relevant sanitary measures, as defined in the Regulations, are being maintained throughout the territory of Afghanistan, and, (i) at prescribed intervals the Chief Veterinary Officer shall compile reports of the functions monitored and furnish a copy to the relevant Provincial Veterinary Officer. (ii) the Chief Veterinary Officer may, by notice in writing require the Provincial Veterinary Officer or any other person in possession of information required by the Chief Veterinary Officer for the purposes of monitoring the performance of functions delegated under sub-article (2) to provide such information to the Chief Veterinary Officer within the period specified in the notice.
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Score: 904185.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/afg_e/WTACCAFG16_LEG_1.pdf
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This means that in making the said review, the Tribunal considered the functions of the Applicant’s former position as Chief of the LJSS Division together with the functions of the generic position of Chief, Rule of Law and Security Institutions Support Office for which the Applicant was rostered since 2011. In the same vein, the Tribunal examined and compared also functions performed by the Applicant while Chief of the LJSS Division at UNMIL as shown in his performance appraisals. 68. (...) The Tribunal’s comparison of the functions of the newly reassigned position of Principal Rule of Law Officer for UNMIL with the functions performed by the Applicant as Chief of the LJSS Division at UNMIL taken together with the functions of the generic position of Chief Rule of Law and Security Institutions Support Office in Peacekeeping missions for which the Applicant was rostered show that there is a great deal of similarity. 73.
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Score: 903829.2 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...dt/judgments/undt-2016-020.pdf
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The ILO’s Procurement Section (PROCUREMENT) formed part of the Internal Administration Bureau (INTER), and the Chief of PROCUREMENT reported directly to the Chief of INTER. (...) Part of PROCUREMENT’s mission statement was vague, and its performance indicators were inadequate to measure performance of a function also having an oversight responsibility. The Chief Internal Auditor recommended that PROCUREMENT’s mission statement and performance indicators should both be improved to bring them more into line with PROCUREMENT’s mandate and objectives of ensuring and overseeing that goods and services across the ILO are procured in an efficient, economic and transparent manner, and in compliance with rules and regulations. 12. Current reforms within the UN system include promulgating guidelines on ethical responsibilities and specific standards of conduct for officials responsible for procurement actions. The Chief Internal Auditor noted that the ILO was actively involved within this UN reform movement and has committed itself to taking forward such reforms in the ILO’s procurement function.
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Score: 898124.6 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...m/gb/docs/gb295/pdf/pfa-12.pdf
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The ILO’s Procurement Section (PROCUREMENT) formed part of the Internal Administration Bureau (INTER), and the Chief of PROCUREMENT reported directly to the Chief of INTER. (...) Part of PROCUREMENT’s mission statement was vague, and its performance indicators were inadequate to measure performance of a function also having an oversight responsibility. The Chief Internal Auditor recommended that PROCUREMENT’s mission statement and performance indicators should both be improved to bring them more into line with PROCUREMENT’s mandate and objectives of ensuring and overseeing that goods and services across the ILO are procured in an efficient, economic and transparent manner, and in compliance with rules and regulations. 12. Current reforms within the UN system include promulgating guidelines on ethical responsibilities and specific standards of conduct for officials responsible for procurement actions. The Chief Internal Auditor noted that the ILO was actively involved within this UN reform movement and has committed itself to taking forward such reforms in the ILO’s procurement function.
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Score: 898124.6 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...m/gb/docs/gb295/pdf/pfa-12.pdf
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United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination 3 May 2021 Check Against Delivery United Nations General Assembly Seventy-fifth Session Fifth Committee Second part of the resumed session Introduction of the Note of the Secretary-General on the report of the Joint Inspection Unit entitled: “Review of the state of the investigation function: progress made in the United Nations system organizations in strengthening the investigation function” (A/75/719) Mr. Chair, Distinguished Delegates, I am pleased to introduce, on behalf of the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB), the note of the Secretary-General conveying his comments and those of CEB member organizations on the report of the Joint Inspection Unit “Review of the state of the investigation function: progress made in the United Nations system organizations in strengthening the investigation function” as contained in A/75/719/Add.1. Organizations welcomed the report and valued the updates on the state of the investigation function since the last report on this matter was issued by the Unit in 20111.
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Score: 897675.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...oss-cutting_JIU_report_CEB.pdf
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GB.271/PFA/5 - Governing Body ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations About the ILO Topics Regions Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Governing Body GB.271/PFA/5 271st Session Geneva, March 1998 Programme, Financial and Administrative Committee PFA FIFTH ITEM ON THE AGENDA Report of the Chief Internal Auditor for the year ended 31 December 1997 Report of the Chief Internal Auditor on significant findings resulting from internal audit investigation assignments undertaken in 1997 1. (...) The internal audit function in the ILO is established under article 30(d) of the Financial Regulations of the Organization. (...) At the end of 1997, a review and appraisal of a number of the functions of the Personnel Department was in progress and the results will be included in the Chief Internal Auditor's report for the year 1998.
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Score: 897122.1 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...s/relm/gb/docs/gb271/pfa-5.htm
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GB.271/PFA/5 - Governing Body ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations About the ILO Topics Regions Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Governing Body GB.271/PFA/5 271st Session Geneva, March 1998 Programme, Financial and Administrative Committee PFA FIFTH ITEM ON THE AGENDA Report of the Chief Internal Auditor for the year ended 31 December 1997 Report of the Chief Internal Auditor on significant findings resulting from internal audit investigation assignments undertaken in 1997 1. (...) The internal audit function in the ILO is established under article 30(d) of the Financial Regulations of the Organization. (...) At the end of 1997, a review and appraisal of a number of the functions of the Personnel Department was in progress and the results will be included in the Chief Internal Auditor's report for the year 1998.
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Score: 897122.1 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...s/relm/gb/docs/gb271/pfa-5.htm
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