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Most of the grounds for contesting the administrative decision in the Application relate to the use of the data collected by the LSSC in the 2010 survey. (...) In relation to the US Embassy data the report explained that although the cover note from the Embassy referred to an increase of 11% since July 2008 the data attached to the cover note showed a 23.21% increase in the US Embassy scale since June 2008. (...) ICSC/57/R.15, paragraph 60 states that “all salary data collected should relate to the totality of conditions in effect for a recent standard reference month.”
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Score: 657598.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2013-096.pdf
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Statistics are the result of an organized data collection exercise that produce comprehensive statistics as a reflection of the existing situation. (...) In respect of the first requirement, of “seven years of progressively responsible experience in the collection, compilation, analysis and dissemination of statistical data”, the Applicant points to the following key evidence: (a) his cover letter states that he developed a website for dissemination of the World Fertility Data 2015; (b) his PHP further exemplifies that his experience in collection and compiling data started in fact in 1993, when the Applicant established Kannisto-Thatcher database on old age mortality; (c) the Applicant’s experience in dissemination of data started in 1997, when he was the coauthor of a monograph “Population Data at Glance”; (d) his PHP further shows that he has relevant experience in collection, compilation, analysis and dissemination of virtually all demographic statistical data: population, censuses, mortality, fertility, urbanization, and migration on old age mortality; and (e) that his supervisor Case No. (...) The Tribunal further notes that the generic job profile for a P-4 Statistician position dated July 2007 requires “[a] minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience in the collection, compilation, analysis and dissemination of statistical data or related area”. The Job Opening in the present case required “[1] A minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience in the collection, compilation, analysis and dissemination of statistical data is required. [2] A progressively responsible experience in methodological work in the field of Case No.
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Score: 625393.75 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-161.pdf
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This is an appeal against the imposition of disciplinary measures against the Applicant following consideration by an investigation panel and a report of the Joint Disciplinary Committee (“JDC”) into certain allegations relating to his conduct in the workplace. In addition, the Applicant complains that the Joint Appeals Board (“JAB”) rejected his appeal against the Administration sequestering his computer hard drive contrary to the provisions of ST/SGB/2004/15 (Use of information and communication technology resources and data) of 29 November 2004. (...) The provision regarding practicability is dealt with in section 8(5)(b)(i) and relates to the physical investigations involving ICT resources or data. It does not relate to “access to” the ICT resource or ICT data, which is dealt with separately under section 8.5(a). 44.
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Score: 623854.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-018.pdf
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Whilst acknowledging that the UNJSPF was aware, and awaited the outcome, of an International Monetary Fund (IMF) study on the quality of Argentina’s CPI data, she stated that “had the CPI data been non-existent, the Fund could possibly have made a case in favour of paragraph 26 being applied with respect to Argentina. (...) The statement by the IMF Executive Board on 13 July 2011 followed on the heels of a study presented by the IMF on the quality of Argentina’s reporting of official data on CPI. Mr. Pio contends that it is logical to assume that the IMF report, which is not publicly available, does not refer to the official CPI data reported by Argentina in 2011 but to those reported in previous years. (...) While acknowledging that there had been statements by the IMF and in the press generally concerning the reliability of Argentina’s reporting relating to national CPI data prior to August 2011, the Fund could not reliably base itself on those sources for the purpose of suspending the local currency track in Argentina at an earlier date.
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Score: 614005.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2015-UNAT-569.pdf
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The term personal data is not defined in either the UNDT Statute or in the Rules of Procedure. In many national jurisdictions, legislation relating to personal data embodies a definition of what should be understood by the term. (...) A name especially a common name by itself may not be considered personal data but if associated with other elements it may constitute personal data. 13.
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Score: 613511.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2014-240.pdf
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Accordingly, he claims that the use of official CPI data should have been suspended pursuant to paragraph 26(b)(iii) of the PAS. 7. (...) (c) For countries where up-to-date CPI data is not available, after examining possible alternative sources of cost-of-living data and taking into account the particular circumstances of the beneficiaries residing in those countries, the application of the local currency track may be suspended; such suspensions shall apply only prospectively, with due notice given to the beneficiaries concerned. (...) The very purpose of paragraph 26 is to address the issue of whether the application of official CPI data results in “aberrant results” or the situation where no up-to-date CPI data is available.
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Score: 577144.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-UNAT-343.pdf
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He provided various sources of data claiming that Turkey had an inflation rate of 114.87 per cent from January 2021 until January 2022. (...) The PAS specifies the source of data for determining adjustments under the PAS. (...) Ergüden, is not an official body for CPI data nor is it internationally recognized. Neither the IMF nor DESA see any basis to doubt the official DPI data issued by the Government of Turkey as included in the Monthly Bulletin of Statistics.
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Score: 573013.96 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2022-UNAT-1198.pdf
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Whilst acknowledging that the UNJSPF was aware, and awaited the outcome, of an International Monetary Fund (IMF) study on the quality of Argentina’s CPI data, she stated that “had the CPI data been non-existent, the Fund could possibly have made a case in favour of paragraph 26 being applied with respect to Argentina. (...) The effect of discontinuing the local currency track is always to discard country CPI data. Maintaining fidelity to [paragraph] 14 data therefore cannot be an overriding consideration in the application of [paragraph] 26. 30. (...) The very purpose of paragraph 26 is to address the issue of whether the application of official CPI data results in “aberrant results” or the situation where no up-to-date CPI data is available.
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Score: 569671.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-UNAT-344.pdf
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However, in line with the applicable policy at the time the Applicant’s account was deleted (2015), all of the Applicant’s data had been purged 30 days after its deletion. The only data recovered was that between October 2016 and March 2017, which had been kept in accordance with a new email retention policy that UNICEF introduced in January 2016 to keep the data for more than 30 days after deletion. (...) The collection of evidence may include obtaining electronic data from items such as, but not limited to, computers, servers, laptops, electronic storage media, PDAs, and cell phones.
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Score: 565232.23 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-074.pdf
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On 18 November 2020, the Applicant emailed the New York Registry of the Dispute Tribunal stating: “In accordance with the international law, especially the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (“EUGDPR”) please remove all my personal data from your public web site”. 3. (...) The Tribunal notes that pursuant to art. 11 of its Statute and art. 26 of its Rules of Procedure, the judgments of the Dispute Tribunal are published, while protecting personal data. 10. The Tribunal further recalls that the Appeals Tribunal has repeatedly affirmed the principle of transparency in the administration of justice and recalled that judgments normally state the names of the parties. (...) The Tribunal further recalls that the Appeals Tribunal found that when the name of an appellant has been in the public domain for a very long time owing to the Cases Nos.: UNDT/NY/2019/006 UNDT/NY/2019/007 UNDT/NY/2019/027 Order No.: 027 (NY/2022) Page 4 of 4 publication of many court documents relating to their cases in the Dispute Tribunal and Appeals Tribunal, it would therefore be pointless to order the redaction of their name (Kadri, 2017-UNAT-772, para. 15). 14.
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Score: 564300.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2022-027.pdf
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