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 Page 386 - Shaping smarter and more sustainable cities - Striving for sustainable development goals           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 386 - Shaping smarter and more sustainable cities - Striving for sustainable development goals P. 386 ▪ Buying decisions are simpler because the information governing procurement is readily available in a coherent plan ▪ The procurement process is faster, maximizing procurement speed and flexibility without sacrificing architectural coherence d) Establish flexibility for business growth and restructuring: it is much easier to ensure access to integrated information across the SSC: ▪ Maximum flexibility for SSC organization growth and restructuring ▪ Real savings when reengineering business processes following internal consolidations, mergers, and acquisitions e) Shorten time‐to‐market: an ICT infrastructure much better equipped to support the rapid deployment of mission‐critical SSC applications leads to: ▪ Faster time‐to‐market for new SSC services. 376 ITU‐T's Technical Reports and Specifications     381     382     383     384     385     386     387     388     389     390     391          
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When a node´s closeness is high its visualization facility, allowed a decision maker to respond distances to all other nodes are typically shortest. faster to the questions. (...) A node’s with one environment led a decision maker to make better betweenness is measured by the fraction of shortest paths decisions than those made while engaging with the other between any two nodes of the network that contain said node. environment. (...) It is making occurs faster and more effectively as well as better certainly observed that nodes with a low degree tend to rank decisions are achieved in one environment rather than the low on the other measurements rankings as well as high other is one of our major research objectives.
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New Data Centre Promises Faster, More Efficient Delivery of Vital Humanitarian Support, Secretary General Says at Opening Ceremony | Meetings Coverage and Press Releases Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Meetings Coverage and Press Releases Search the United Nations Search Advanced Search Toggle navigation Home Secretary-General Latest Press Releases Press Conferences General Assembly Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Security Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Press Conferences Economic and Social Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases International Court of Justice United Nations Print Press Release SG/SM/18835-IHA/1444 22 December 2017 Secretary-General Statements and Messages New Data Centre Promises Faster, More Efficient Delivery of Vital Humanitarian Support, Secretary General Says at Opening Ceremony Following are UN Secretary‑General António Guterres’ remarks at the opening of the Centre for Humanitarian Data in The Hague, Netherlands, today: It is indeed a great pleasure to be here this morning in the company of our hosts, representing not only the City of The Hague but the Government of the Netherlands and also with my colleague the OCHA [Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs] head [Under‑Secretary‑General Mark Lowcock] to open this Centre for Humanitarian Data. (...) This Centre will help humanitarians to make informed and responsible decisions to meet people’s most urgent needs. Accurate data is the lifeblood of good policy and decision‑making.  (...) And the promise of minimizing extra work by maximizing the value of shared information will find favour with our hard‑working staff on the front lines. Faster data leads to better decisions and outcomes. 
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Further, faster, together: The vital role of ICTs in mitigating and adapting to climate change | E-Agriculture Skip to main content About FAO In Action Countries Themes Media Publications Statistics Partnerships Toggle navigation Home Activity Themes Countries News and Events Resources Forum Get Involved Further, faster, together: The vital role of ICTs in mitigating and adapting to climate change News 17.11.2017 Further, faster, together: The vital role of ICTs in mitigating and adapting to climate change What has ICTs to do with climate change? (...) The views represented above are of ITU and the original author Topics:  Technologies global positioning systems (GPS) Internet radio satellites wireless technologies decision-makers extensionists researchers stakeholders Post your comment Log in or register to post comments Sign in to the e-Agriculture platform Username * Password * Lost password?
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Citizens across Albania to benefit better, faster and more efficient services through One-Stop Shop information system | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Albania Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Home Albania Citizens across Albania to benefit better, faster and more efficient services through One-Stop Shop information system Citizens across Albania to benefit better, faster and more efficient services through One-Stop Shop information system April 23, 2019 Citizens receiving services in Maliq Municipality Currently 27 Municipalities across Albania have a functional One Stop Shop Information System (OSSIS) for delivering administrative services to the citizens. (...) The adoption of the system also empowers decision makers with evidence on the organizational and individual performance contributing to greater efficiency, transparency, and accountability. (...) It saves them time, money, it is faster, more transparent and more efficient” One Stop shops is only one component of the "Consolidation of Administrative and Territorial Reform" (STAR2) project interventions.
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High-quality and timely immunization data are vital to inform decisions at local, national, and global levels. This includes decisions about how to better reach children, successfully introduce new vaccines, document impact, monitor and improve immunization system program performance, prioritize resources and activities, and engage in performance improvement. (...) SnapVaxx  Optical Scanning of the Mother and Child Vaccination Card  India  Scanning of analogue vaccination cards to create digital records -- which will facilitate faster, cheaper and better collection of data.   MacroEyes  Human-in-the-loop machine learning and immunization data  Mozambique  Human in the loop machine learning to derive data and context directly from frontline health workers.  (...) Uganda Vacc+  Uganda Vacc+ : User centered data collection and use  Uganda  OpenSRP + RapidPro for health workers, with focus on creating incentives for reporting and data collection for community health workers -- which would facilitate faster and cheaper data collection.  Chanjotrack  Platform to triangulate multiple data  sources and generate interactive reports  Kenya  System to track data and improve visualization and data for decision making at the district level by bringing together inputs from various existing data systems -- which could facilitate faster and more accurate decision making. 
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17 de December de 2019 Applying Artificial Intelligence in Angola, we could, perhaps, work faster, offering more innovative solutions in education, governance, health, urbanization and any other sector that needs a different approach tackling its main issues. (...) Applying Artificial Intelligence in Angola, we could, perhaps, work faster, offering more innovative solutions in education, governance, health, urbanization and any other sector that needs a different approach tackling its main issues. (...) Firstly, data is received and analyzed by an integrated AI algorithms system and machine learning, which allows us to formulate solutions faster than usual. Looking at the urgent challenges of climate-related risks in Rwanda and the region, as well as the need for more accurate climate and meteorological data and information, Meteo , UNDP Rwanda and Tokyo University were at the forefront of the IoT pilot project test for a similar problem.
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Score: 1071810.7 - https://www.undp.org/pt/angola...ntelligence-ai-solution-angola
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ICTs are inextricably woven into the everyday lives of billions of people and have enabled the digital networks through which ever-increasing volumes of data and information flow at faster and faster speeds. These data are the central bedrock around which new technologies revolve and new modes develop for business, communication and governance, as well as the environment. ICTs already influence all manner of decisions being taken by 3 billion producers and consumers around the world every day.
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What the private sector wants is speed, flexibility and a say in the approval process, he maintains. The faster technology moves, the slower the pace of a 133-year-old structure must seem. (...) It is emphasizing cooperation with regional groups like the European Telecommunications Standards Institute and industry forums, which are closer to their markets and tend to move faster. ''Each ITU section should find solutions that make sense for its activities, instead of being subject to a top-down set of rules,'' says Mr. (...) ''Everyone wants to see us move faster,'' he says. He himself embodies the changes that are happening in Geneva.
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UN agency calls for faster disposal of toxic pesticide waste stocks | | 1UN News Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Language العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Português Kiswahili Other Hindi हिंदी Global UN News Global perspective Human stories Search Search Advanced Search Main navigation Home Africa Americas Asia Pacific Middle East Europe UN Art and Gifts History Corner Topics Peace and Security Economic Development Humanitarian Aid Climate and Environment Human Rights UN Affairs Women Law and Crime Prevention Health Culture and Education SDGs Migrants and Refugees In depth Interviews Features Photo Stories News in Brief The Lid is On UN Gender Focus UN and Africa UN Podcasts Secretary-General Spokesperson All Statements Selected Speeches Press Encounters Official Travels Media UN Video UN Photo Meeting Coverage Media Accreditation Webtv Audio and Subscription Audio Hub Subscribe UN agency calls for faster disposal of toxic pesticide waste stocks Facebook Twitter Print Email UN agency calls for faster disposal of toxic pesticide waste stocks 9 May 2001 More than 500,000 tonnes of banned or expired pesticides are seriously threatening the health of millions of people and the environment in nearly all developing states and countries in transition, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization ( FAO ) warned in a new report issued today. (...) Because large sums of money are involved in pesticide supply, a variety of hidden interests may play a role in decisions concerning pesticide procurement or donation.
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