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Internal Audit and Investigations Group IAIG Activity Report for 2017 Annex 6 Key areas for improvement identified in audit reports Key areas for improvement identified in IAIG internal audit reports in 2017 include: a) Finance, with recommendations made concerning: authorization of project expenditure; management of operational advances and cash suppliers; compliance with the receipting process; implementing controls to prevent, detect and mitigate fraud in the enterprise resource planning system; segregation of duties; and compliance with the UNOPS Financial Regulations and Rules; b) Procurement, with recommendations made concerning: development of a well-documented office procurement strategy; performance of supplier due diligence; strengthening of corporate level guidance; compliance with delegation of authority requirements; monitoring for red flags of collusion and corruption in the procurement process; contract management; segregation of duties; and duplicated suppliers in the enterprise resource planning system; c) Human resources, with recommendations made concerning: utilization of desk reviews and 100 day contracts; interview panel set-up; review of office organizational structure; review and clean-up of vendor database; guidance on hiring personnel of retirement age; and monitoring for red flags of contracts being issued to retirees or pension recipients; d) Project management, with recommendations made concerning: adherence to established “engagement acceptance” process; segregation of duties; formal authorization for budget reallocations; consistent integration of risk management in all projects; discrepancies between scope of works and actual works completed; timely closure of projects; and adherence to UNOPS environmental management and health and safety policies; e) Information technology, with recommendations made concerning: transition to eSourcing; vulnerability of critical applications and infrastructure; and cyber security of UNOPS procurement systems; f) General administration, with recommendations made concerning: proper asset management; inventory and records of assets; guidance on the treatment of small value assets; and proper utilization and upgrade of enterprise resource planning asset module; g) Partnerships, with recommendations made concerning: portfolio diversification planning; business acquisition strategic planning; and strategic alignment between UNOPS, specific office and client priorities; and h) Security, with recommendations made concerning: business continuity and disaster recovery plans. Key areas for improvement identified in IAIG project audit reports in 2017 include: a) Project/grant management, with recommendations made concerning: compliance with reporting requirements; the adequacy of project oversight by project steering committees; the appointment of project steering committees; the declaring of conflict of interest; and the publicizing of grant opportunities; b) Finance and enterprise resource planning processes, with recommendations made concerning: correction of transactions causing duplicated expenditure; maintenance of supporting documents with regards to expenditures; reporting to stakeholders; and payments made outside of contract periods; c) Procurement, with recommendations made concerning: compliance with procurement procedures; definition of roles and responsibilities in the procurement team; and procurement planning; d) Human resources, with recommendations made concerning: compliance with recruitment procedures; and the maintenance of personnel files; e) General administration (asset management), with recommendations made concerning the maintenance of a detailed inventory list; and f) General administration (information management), with recommendations made concerning the maintenance of documentation and the preparation of field visit reports.
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Score: 364006.6 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...ion/DPOPS2018-3_Annex%206.docx
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Oral proceedings | Request for Interpretation of the Judgment of 15 June 1962 in the Case concerning the Temple of Preah Vihear (Cambodia v. (...) Thailand) Oral proceedings Verbatim record 2011/13 Public sitting held on Monday 30 May 2011, at 10 a.m., at the Peace Palace, President Owada presiding, in the case concerning the Request for Interpretation of the Judgment of 15 June 1962 in the Case concerning the Temple of Preah Vihear (Cambodia v. (...) Thailand) Available in: Original Language Translation (bilingual version) Translation Verbatim record 2013/2 Public sitting held on Monday 15 April 2013, at 3 p.m., at the Peace Palace, President Tomka presiding, in the case concerning the Request for Interpretation of the Judgment of 15 June 1962 in the Case concerning the Temple of Preah Vihear (Cambodia v.
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Score: 364000.85 - https://www.icj-cij.org/en/case/151/oral-proceedings
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The large majority of Governments of least developed countries expressed concern about high rate of population growth in their countries. (...) Population ageing is one of the most commonly cited demographic concerns in developed countries In 2011, about 9 out 10 Governments of developed countries (88 per cent) identified population ageing as a major concern, up from 76 per cent in 2005. Population ageing is increasingly becoming a concern in many developing countries. In 2011, 41 per cent of Figure 1. 
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Score: 363250.68 - https://www.un.org/development...020/Jan/un_2013_factsheet1.pdf
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Also commends the ad hoc advisory groups for promoting a comprehensive approach to political stability and economic and social development, based on an integrated approach to relief, rehabilitation, reconstruction and development, and for fostering interaction and coordination among United Nations system and other actors working in the countries concerned; 4. Welcomes the increased collaboration fostered by the ad hoc advisory groups with the United Nations system organizations and the Bretton Woods institutions, and encourages further coordination with those bodies; 5. (...) Invites the donor community to translate pledges made for support to the countries concerned, inter alia, through the United Nations consolidated appeals for humanitarian assistance, into disbursements, including, where appropriate, its consideration of providing direct budgetary support in order to ensure the delivery of concrete benefits to the populations concerned and to sustain peacebuilding efforts; 7.
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Score: 363226.66 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...ts/2006/resolution-2006-13.pdf
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ACCC/S/2015/2 Belarus | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search   Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Housing & Land Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos UNECE ACCC/S/2015/2 Belarus More options ACCC/S/2015/2 Belarus Document Status Date received or posted by the Secretariat Submission From Lithuania (the submitting Party) 27.03.2015 (dated 25.03.2015) Letter forwarding submission to the Party concerned From the secretariat 08.04.2015 Letter to inform that the Party concerned would apply the 6 month timeframe for its response to the submission RUS ENG From the Party concerned 10.07.2015 (dated 08.07.2015) Response to submission RUS ENG From the Party concerned 08.10.2015 Letter to the Parties enclosing questions from the Committee From the secretariat 18.07.2016 Reply to questions of the Committee RUS ENG From the Party concerned 12.08.2016 Covering email enclosing Reply to Committee's questions Annex 1 : Complaint of NGO "Demokratijos pletros fondas" dated 21 August 2013 Annex 2 : Letter from Ministry of Environment to Espoo Convention Implementation Committee dated 27 July 2016 From the submitting Party 19.08.2016 Invitation to the Party concerned and the submitting Party to the hearing at Committee's 55th meeting From the secretariat 09.11.2016 Opening presentation for the hearing at Committee's 55th meeting From the submitting Party 07.12.2016 Statement at the hearing at Committee's 55th meeting RUS From the Party concerned 17.12.2016 (dated 16.12.2016) Questions from the Committee to the Party concerned and the submitting Party  From the secretariat 10.08.2017 Email request for an extension to reply to the questions From the Party concerned 28.08.2017 Request for an extension to reply to the questions, delivered in person by a representative of the Permanent Mission of Belarus to the United Nations From the Party concerned 30.08.2017 (dated 28.08.2017) Reply to questions from the Committee Annexes From the submitting Party 30.08.2017 Reply to request for an extension from the Party concerned From the secretariat 12.09.2017 Reply to questions from the Committee RUS   ENG Annex 1: Compilation of letters LIT and ENG Annex 2: Letter No 13-13/1602-BH of 01.10.2013 ENG Annex 3: Protocol of public hearing on 17.08.2013 RUS Annex 4: Letters No. 14-16/3759-BH and 14-16/3760-BH of 24.08.2009  RUS, including table in RUS and ENG Annex 5: Website notification for public hearing on 17.08.2013  RUS From the Party concerned 18.10.2017 Comments on the Party concerned's reply to the Committee's questions , including letter No. 14-16/3759-BH of 24.08.2009 in ENG and RUS Annexes 2 and 3: Letters No.14-16/996 of 15.09.2009 and No. 13-16/333-bn of 26.01.2010  RUS From the submitting Party 31.10.2017 Draft findings and letters to the Party concerned and Lithuania inviting their comments From the secretariat 08.06.2021 Comments on the Committee’s draft findings From the submitting Party  20.07.2021 Comments on the Committee's draft findings ENG   RUS From the Party concerned 20.07.2021 Findings ENG FRE RUS   23.07.2021 ABOUT UNECE Mission Executive Secretary Organizational Structure OPPORTUNITIES Vacancies Internship Programme RESOURCES Statistical Database Evaluations Follow UNECE Facebook Twitter Contact us Flickr Rss Youtube Instagram © United Nations Economic Commission for Europe | Terms and Conditions of Use | Privacy Notice Contact us
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Score: 363091.3 - https://unece.org/env/pp/cc/accc.s.2015.2_belarus
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Some details SPECIFIC TRADE CONCERNS US accreditation of third party bodies Rep. (...) These are some of the trade issues or concerns discussed or information supplied by members. (...) Documents can be found in https://docs.wto.org ) EU maximum residue levels of pesticides — concerns of India (no. 306) Indonesia’s port closure ( G/SPS/N/IDN/53 , G/SPS/N/IDN/54 and G/SPS/N/IDN/54/corr.1 ) — concerns of china (no. 330) Japan’s restrictions related to foot and mouth disease — concerns of Argentina (no. 332) Viet Nam’s ban on offals — concerns of the European union and the united states (no. 314) Turkey’s requirements for importation of sheepmeat — concerns of Australia (no. 340) Malaysia’s import restrictions on pork and pork products — concerns of the European Union (no. 323) Japan’s restrictions on shrimp due to anti-oxidant residues — concerns of India (no. 342) China’s quarantine and testing procedures for salmon — concerns of Norway (no. 319) Import restrictions due to BSE — concerns of the European Union (no. 193) Indonesia’s import restrictions on poultry meat — concerns of Brazil (no. 286) Japan’s MRLs appplied to sesame — concerns of Paraguay (no. 321) ( G/SPS/GEN/1272 ) Application and modification of EU regulation on novel foods — concerns of Peru (no. 238) Consideration of specific notifications received Turkey’s prohibition of certain food additives in traditional foods ( G/SPS/N/TUR/31 ) — concerns of Japan Information on resolution of issues 9 issues notified by the EU 35 issues resolved or partially resolved, reported by the Secretariat Argentina reported resolution of a concern about Panama’s restrictions on animals and by-products (partially resolved) This meeting’s magic number 45 … the number of specific trade concerns reported as “resolved” (35) or “partially resolved” (10) in this meeting.  
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Score: 363070.73 - https://www.wto.org/english/ne...s_e/news13_e/sps_16oct13_e.htm
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Record vote Resolution concerning the arrears of contributions of Ukraine Original Spanish: The PRESIDENT — If there is no objection, may I take it that the resolution concerning the arrears of the contributions of Ukraine is adopted? (...) Record vote Resolution concerning the arrears of contributions of the Republic of Liberia Original Spanish: The PRESIDENT — If there is no objection, may I take it that the resolution concerning the arrears of contributions of the Republic of Liberia is adopted? (...) (The resolution is adopted.) Resolution concerning treatment of the 1998-99 cash surplus Original Spanish: The PRESIDENT — If there is no objection, may I take it that the resolution concerning treatment of the 1998-99 cash surplus is adopted?
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Score: 363065.65 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...ds/relm/ilc/ilc88/com-find.htm
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These countries say the onus is on the proponents of non-trade concerns to show that the existing provisions, which were the subject of lengthy negotiations in the Uruguay Round, are inadequate for dealing with these concerns in targeted, non-trade distorting ways. Other countries say the non-trade concerns are closely linked to production. They believe subsidies based on or related to production are needed for these purposes. (...) Countries such as Japan, Rep of Korea and Norway place a lot of emphasis on the need to tackle agriculture’s diversity as part of these non-trade concerns. The EU’s proposal says non-trade concerns should be targeted (e.g. environmental protection should be handled through environmental protection programmes), transparent and cause minimal trade distortion.
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Score: 363065.65 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/negs_bkgrnd11_nontrade_e.htm
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