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Kawamori Masahito NTT Kenrick Brody Dilithium Networks Kim Marie ETRI Kim Mijeom KT Corporation Kisrawi Nabil Syrian Arab Republic Koo Ki-Jong ETRI Kraft Andreas Deutsche Telekom Kyunghee Ji Invited Lee Jun Seob ETRI Lin Yangbo Huawei Technologies Lourenco Ademir Brazil Luo Zhong Huawei Technologies Luthi Patrick Tandberg Telecom Martin De Nicolas Arturo Telefon AB - LM Ericsson Moreno ferreira Marcelo Brazil Nishikawa Yoshiki NTT Nishio Shuichi Invited Ohta Hiroshi NTT Okubo Sakae Japan Ribeiro Filho Humberto Brazil Saks Andrea Invited Schwarz Albrecht Alcatel-Lucent Deutschland Takashima Youichi Support Center Adv. (...) Christian.Groves@nteczone.com 27 Goto Yoshinori NTT goto@ansl.ntt.co.jp 28 Yoshida Tadahiko NTT t.yoshida@ntt-at.co.jp 29 Lehmann Leo OFCOM Switzerland Leo.Lehmann@bakom.admin.ch 30 Probst Pierre-Andre OFCOM Switzerland probst-pa@bluewin.ch 31 Luthi Patrick Tandberg patrick.luthi@tandberg.net 32 Okubo Sakae Waseda University okubo@aoni.waseda.jp 33 Koshizuka Noboru YRP Ubiquitous Networking Lab. noboru.koshizuka@ubin.jp 34 Takashima Yoichi YRP Ubiquitous Networking Lab. youichi.takashima@ubin.jp 35 Wu Yongming ZTE Corp. wu.yongming@zte.com.cn 36 Chen Jianyong ZTE Corporation chen.jianyong@zte.com.cn 37 Jiang Ź Liang ZTE Corporation jiang.liang@zte.com.cn 38 Jin Hui ZTE Corporation jinhui@zte.com.cn 39 Li Feng ZTE Corporation li.feng2@zte.com.cn 40 Li Jun ZTE Corporation lijun2@zte.com.cn 41 Li Lanlan ZTE Corporation li.lanlan@zte.com.cn 42 Liu Kaiwen ZTE Corporation Liu.kaiwen@zte.com.cn 43 Luo Jian ZTE Corporation Luo.jian@zte.com.cn 44 Ma Yulong ZTE Corporation ma.yulong2@zte.com.cn 45 Ma Zheng ZTE Corporation ma.zheng@zte.com.cn 46 Peng Yuanjiang ZTE Corporation Peng.yuanjiang@zte.com.cn 47 Shen Can ZTE Corporation shen.can1@zte.com.cn 48 Wang Dong ZTE Corporation wang.dong@zte.com.cn 49 Wang Zhiying ZTE Corporation wang.zhiying@zte.com.cn 50 Wen Wu ZTE Corporation wen.wu@zte.com.cn 51 Zhao Junfeng ZTE Corporation zhao.junfeng@zte.com.cn ____________________________ Contact: Paul E.
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Score: 649005.96 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...05-2008/0808_Geneva/q1htd1.doc
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(BT Plc) (United Kingdom)   Q4/15   2020-01-14   [ 1971 ]     Noise Generation max|TE| with low-pass filter [G.8273.4]     Microsemi Corporation (United States)   Q13/15   2020-01-14   [ 1970 ]   (Rev.1)   Wavelength plan for G.9807.3     Google Fiber (United States)   Q2/15   2020-01-14   [ 1968 ]   (Rev.1)   Optical access concepts for G.9807.3     Google Fiber (United States)   Q2/15   2020-01-14   [ 1967 ]     G.mgfast: On the maintenance of DTFO channels     Intel Corporation (United States)   Q4/15   2020-01-14   [ 1966 ]     Changes to IEEE 1588 in the 2019 edition     Meinberg Funkuhren GmbH & Co.KG (Germany)   Q13/15   2020-01-14   [ 1965 ]     Soft handover solution for G.9991     Fraunhofer HHI & IIS (Germany)   Q18/15   2020-01-14   [ 1964 ]     QIT as a topic in the question text of Q12     Infinera Corporation (United States)   Q12/15   2020-01-14   [ 1963 ]     G.hn: Ways forward for G.hn data models     Maxlinear Inc (United States)   Q18/15   2020-01-14   [ 1962 ]     Security as a topic in the question text of Q12     Infinera Corporation (United States)   Q12/15   2020-01-14   [ 1961 ]     Updates on the Smart Grid technical paper text     Maxlinear Inc (United States)   Q18/15   2020-01-14   [ 1960 ]     AI/ML as a topic in the question text of Q12     Infinera Corporation (United States)   Q12/15   2020-01-14   [ 1959 ]     G.hn: RPF working text updates     Maxlinear Inc (United States)   Q18/15   2020-01-14   [ 1958 ]     G.hn: Mechanism to send reduced set of topology information for smart grid applications     Maxlinear Inc (United States)   Q18/15   2020-01-14   [ 1957 ]     G.vlc: Corrigenda to G.vlc Recommendation     Maxlinear Inc (United States)   Q18/15   2020-01-14   [ 1956 ]     Basing ELP modelling on IEEE Std 802.1Qcp     Nokia USA (United States)   Q14/15   2020-01-14   [ 1955 ]     Revising G.8012 and G.8012.1     Nokia USA (United States)   Q10/15   2020-01-14   [ 1954 ]     G.mgfast: Review of G.9701 section 7.3 (Transmit PSD mask) for re-use in G.mgfastn     Nokia Corporation (Finland)   Q4/15   2020-01-14   [ 1953 ]     G.vlc: Handling alignment between G.hn and G.vlc Recommendations     Maxlinear Inc (United States)   Q18/15   2020-01-14   [ 1952 ]     Coexistence and integration of G.9991 with 802.11bb     Fraunhofer HHI & IIS (Germany)   Q18/15   2020-01-14   [ 1951 ]     Proposal for an Open Cable Budget     Subcom, LLC (United States)   Q8/15   2020-01-14   [ 1950 ]     G.vlc: 802.1X Port-Based Authentication     Maxlinear Inc (United States) , Signify Netherlands B.V.   (...) (BT Plc) (United Kingdom) , Broadcom Corporation (United States) , Corning Incorporated (United States) , Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) (Korea (Rep. of)) , Intel Corporation (United States) , KT Corporation (Korea (Rep. of)) , Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (Japan) , NBN Corporation Limited (Australia) , Nokia Corporation (Finland) , Nokia USA (United States) , Oki Electric Industry Company Ltd. (...) (BT Plc) (United Kingdom)   Q4/15   2020-01-14   [ 1935 ]     Justification for an 0.25 dB/km attenuation specification value for G.654.E fibre     OFS Fitel, LLC (United States)   Q6/15 , Q5/15   2020-01-14   [ 1934 ]     Baseline receiver sensitivity for 50G PON ONU     Nokia Corporation (Finland) , Nokia USA (United States)   Q2/15   2020-01-14   [ 1933 ]   (Rev.1)   Identifying mis-connection and mis-configuration of FlexE and G.mtn links     Microsemi Corporation (United States)   Q11/15   2020-01-14   [ 1932 ]     Optical Techniques     Ministry of Telecommunications & Information Technology (State of Palestine)   QALL/15   2020-01-14   [ 1931 ]     3GPP/NR plans for positioning     Nokia Corporation (Finland)   Q13/15   2020-01-14   [ 1930 ]     Virtual PTP port definition     Nokia Corporation (Finland)   Q13/15   2020-01-14   [ 1929 ]     Packet network segment and Inter-working function definition     Nokia Corporation (Finland)   Q13/15   2020-01-14   [ 1928 ]     PTS holdover [G.8273.4]     Nokia Corporation (Finland)   Q13/15   2020-01-14   [ 1927 ]     APTS holdover [G.8273.4]     Nokia Corporation (Finland)   Q13/15   2020-01-14   [ 1926 ]     FFO study with different input signals [G.8271.1]     Nokia Corporation (Finland)   Q13/15   2020-01-14   [ 1925 ]     G.mgfast: Proposal for DTFO channel monitoring     Broadcom Corporation (United States) , Nokia Corporation (Finland)   Q4/15   2020-01-14   [ 1924 ]   (Rev.1)   G.mgfast: Working text for an Annex on NT Identification and Authentication     ADTRAN (United States)   Q4/15   2020-01-14   [ 1923 ]     add IWF P-F [G.8273.4]     Nokia Corporation (Finland)   Q13/15   2020-01-14   [ 1922 ]     add IWF F-P [G.8273.2]     Nokia Corporation (Finland)   Q13/15   2020-01-14 Results: 436 total items.
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Score: 648812.6 - https://www.itu.int/md/T17-SG15-200127-C/_page.print
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La Iniciativa Global para Erradicar Todo Tipo de Castigo Corporal de Niños, Niñas y Adolescentes 1 La prohibición de todo tipo de castigo corporal de NNA: Respuestas a las preguntas más frecuentes También en esta serie: La prohibición de todo tipo de castigo corporal de niños, niñas y adolescentes (NNA): Preguntas y respuestas para NNA y jóvenes La prohibición del castigo corporal en centros escolares Respuestas a las preguntas más frecuentes PUBLICADO EN 2009 POR: La Iniciativa Global para Erradicar Todo Tipo de Castigo Corporal de Niños, Niñas, y Adolescentes (Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children). (...) C 4 La prohibición de todo tipo de castigo corporal de NNA Primera Parte: Preguntas sobre las razones para prohibir todo tipo de castigo corporal 8 ¿Realmente duele el castigo corporal? (...) 6 La prohibición de todo tipo de castigo corporal de NNA Primera Parte: Preguntas sobre las razones para prohibir todo tipo de castigo corporal La Iniciativa Global para Erradicar Todo Tipo de Castigo Corporal de Niños, Niñas y Adolescentes 7 8 La prohibición de todo tipo de castigo corporal de NNA ¡Sí, por supuesto que sí!
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Score: 648543.85 - https://www.unicef.org/mexico/..._ni%C3%B1os_y_adolescentes.pdf
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Management results IV. 1 - Management activities - recurring Harmonized functional clusters Leadership and corporate direction Corporate leadership and direction 19.3 13.4 32.7 Corporate financial, information & communication technology and administrative management Corporate financial, ICT, procurement, legal and administrative management 77.3 105.5 182.8 Corporate human resources management Corporate human resources management 78.1 104.6 182.7 Corporate external relations and partnerships, communications and resources mobilization Corporate external relations and partnerships, communications and resources mobilization 45.3 60.0 105.3 Field/country office oversight, management and operational support Country office oversight, management and operation support 366.1 646.9 1,013.0 Corporate oversight and assurance (internal audit, investigations and corporate evaluations) Corporate oversignt and assurance 82.2 25.6 107.8 Staff and premisis security Global staff and premises security 31.5 51.8 83.4 Subtotal IV.1 - Management activities - recurring 699.8 1,007.8 1,707.7 Field/country office oversight, management and operational support Support to implementation of Change Agenda 9.6 27.6 37.2 Subtotal IV.2 - Management activities - non-recurring 9.6 27.6 37.2 Subtotal IV.
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Score: 648526.9 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...ession/dp2016-10_Table%202.pdf
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BEST PRACTICE GUIDELINES 71 A. Goal 1: Establish Corporate Policy and Top Corporate Management Support 72 B. (...) At the same time, increased participation by women-owned businesses in corporate supply chains will also yield tangible benefits for corporations. (...) Because of this, many corporations rely on established business associations and networks that focus on connecting diverse sup- pliers with corporate buyers.
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Score: 647888.33 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...-women-owned-businesses-en.pdf
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Input for survey on corporate capture Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO) welcomes the initiative to develop an information note on “preventing ‘corporate capture’” for the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights. (...) The risk of corporate capture can be reduced when government and public institutions make this a central and explicit objective. (...) Finally, regarding the question “what less overt or lesser-known forms of undue influence or corporate capture the Working Group should consider,” we would like to highlight a recent paper analysing the corporate use of science to undermine government regulation, published in the Journal FUTURES.
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Score: 647859.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...-note-on-corporate-capture.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page Be a corporate partner with UNICEF Malaysia Find out how your company can make a difference UNICEF UNICEFMalaysia/2020 Our work for children wouldn’t be possible without the generosity of our corporate partners. (...) When you partner with UNICEF, you instantly receive:  Brand impact and recognition  Global influence  Opportunity for networking and sharing learnings  Accreditation for globally-recognised initiatives  How can your corporation work with UNICEF?  We welcome any gift your corporation can give us. We do appreciate:    Corporate donations  Employee and customer fundraising  Event sponsorship  Cause-related marketing initiatives  Emergency giving  UNICEF strongly believes in the power of partnerships and collaborative efforts and has rich history of working with the corporate sector.
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Score: 647824.8 - https://www.unicef.org/malaysi...porate-partner-unicef-malaysia
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(OKI) H.DS-DISR: Proposed additions regarding security Q14/16, Q13/16 - 4 - TD 1 (GEN/IPTV-GSI) [ 62 ] Mitsubishi Electric Corporation , NEC Corporation , Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) , OKI Electric Industry Company Ltd. (...) (OKI) Proposal to create a new work item on "Digital signage: use-cases regarding interactive services" with revised initial draft technical paper Q14/16, Q13/16 [ 63 ] (Rev.1) 2012-12-26 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation , NEC Corporation , Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) , OKI Electric Industry Company Ltd. (OKI) H.DS-DISR: Proposed additions regarding security Q14/16, Q13/16 [ 62 ] (Rev.1) 2012-12-26 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation , NEC Corporation , Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) , OKI Electric Industry Company Ltd.
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Score: 647260.94 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/g...nda_140113_formatted%20(2).pdf
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UNICEF Bulgaria is seeking a Corporate Partnerships Consultant to contribute to the successful implementation of the Corporate Engagement Strategy. Under the supervision of the Fundraising Officer the consultant will support the execution of the corporate fundraising plan, with a focus on acquisition of high-value corporate donors. In addition, the consultant will contribute to the integrated fundraising campaign ensuring engagement of the high value corporate partners as sponsors or donors.    The tasks to be undertaken include the  following: Support the implementation of the annual work plan for corporate engagement with a focus on acquisition of high value partners Regularly update and maintain a pipeline of prospects, company profiles and contact data base Identify and approach the priority prospect corporate partners from the established pipeline Support the process of negotiations with the identified corporate partners and develop customized partnership proposals Support the development and implementation of annual work plans for new and existing corporate partners aiming at renewal, expansion and maximalization of results applying an integrated approach Support the account management of existing business partnerships Research on opportunities for engagement with international corporate partners of UNICEF present on the Bulgarian market Contribute to the implementation of the planned integrated fundraising campaigns by identifying corporate sponsorship, corporate influencers or corporate supporters Prepare an analytical report of major corporate fundraising activities and partnerships.
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Score: 647102.34 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgari...%D1%80%D1%81%D1%82%D0%B2%D0%B0
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(Sudatel)D Mr Mustafa ABDEL HAFIZ, Telecommunication Services Director, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)CA Eng. Amna ABBAS ARABI, NICD Mr Mohammad ABD ELMAJID ELSADIQ, General Manager, National Authority for Digital CertificationD Dr Ahmed ABDALLA MOHAMED, Resource and Development Manager, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Mohammed ABDALLA RAHAMTALLA, Manager of Information Center, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Ali ABDELGADIR, NTC Cosultant, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Abdelhadi Elsaid ABDELHADI, Engineer, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Nasir ABDELRAZAG NASIR AHMED, NICD Ms Afaf ABDELRHMAN ELNIJOMI, Head of Numbering and Licensing Department, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Gamal Awad ABDELWAHAB, Ministry of Finance and Economic PlanningD Mr Elrashid AHMED, Head of Economic Affairs Department, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Awad AHMED ALI, Engineer, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Ms Islam AHMED BABIKER, Engineer, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Nadir AHMED GAYLANI, Technical Director, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Awadalla Abdalla AHMED MOHAMED, Head of Operations and Technical Support Section, Central Bank of SudanD Mr Waleed AHMED SALIH, Statistician, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Prof. (...) Suha IBRAHIM ABDELRAHEEM, NICD Ms Nawal IDRIES, Head of Consumer Affairs Section, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Muataz ISHAG, Engineer, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Mohamed ISMAIL MAHGOUB, Head of Policy Section, Central Bank of SudanD Ms Remas KAMAL, Supporting staff, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Ms Zeinab MAGZOUB, Head of Tariff Sector, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Ms Iman MAHMOUD SAID, NICD Mr Malik. (...) Mohamed Hassan NASRELDIN, NICD Mr Akram OMER HASSANIN, IT Manager, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Mohamed OMER MOHAMED, NTC Cosultant, National Telecommunication Corporation (NTC)D Mr Babeker Mohamed SAAED, Standards Department Manager, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Prof.
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Score: 646922.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...stOfParticipants_RPM-ARB-E.pdf
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