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That team is looking to the LO for more policy/strategic level advice at a senior legal, rather than the day-to-day dedicated support that it has had in the past. While we are still negotiating a 2020 SLA, it also appears as a result of this change of client needs that the GF/HIST financial contribution to the LO budget will be substantially less than in past years. (...) It was agreed in the SLA that GF/HIST “has priority access to strategic level legal advice” from the Director of LSO and the Senior Legal Advisor and that GF/HIST no longer needed a dedicated legal support through a P-3 LO/BMS staff member. 17. (...) UNDT/2021/046 Page 10 of 13 receive strategic level legal advice from the Director and the Senior Legal Advisor and that GF/HIST no longer needed dedicated legal support through a P-3 LO/BMS staff member, in reference to the Applicant.
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Score: 595571.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-046.pdf
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id_aap=10111\" target=\"_blank\">Site","summary":"In the context of future networks including IMT-2020, dedicated networks are networks designed for application domains with common requirements. Lightweight core is a core network designed for dedicated networks, which builds on the integration of IMT-2020 core network functions. (...) Lightweight core is a core network designed for dedicated networks, which builds on the integration of IMT-2020 core network functions.
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Score: 590900.3 - https://www.itu.int/t/aap/recdetails/10111
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According to the SLA between BMS/LO and GF/HIST signed in January 2020, it was agreed that GF/HIST no longer needed dedicated legal support through a P-3 BMS/LO staff member and the funding to be provided to BMS/LO was decreased from USD299,192 to USD160,000. 5. In the reply, the Respondent states that since the Applicant’s functions over the last four years had evolved and her primary functions became dedicated legal support to GF/HIST, her post became a post funded exclusively from GF/HIST.
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Score: 586955.22 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2021-032.pdf
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11_MRT_e.PDF - 1 - Global indicators workshop on community access to ICTs, Mexico, 16-19 November 2004 Mauritania’s strategy for community access to ICTs BA Housseynou Hamady, Directorof ICT, SETN, Nouakchott, Mauritania - 2 - OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION I - CONTEXT OF MAURITANIA II - MAURITANIA’S STRATEGY FOR ACCESS TO ICTs III – RESULTS ACHIEVED IV - COLLECTION OF MAIN INDICATORS V – FUTURE PROJECTS - 3 - CONTEXT OF MAURITANIA 1/5 of country: Sahelian 4/5 of country: desert 1 030 000 Km2 2 500 000 inhabitants 2.5 inhabitants/Km2 MAURITANIA West MOROCCO ALGERIA Tropic of Cancer North A T L A N T IC - 4 - CONTEXT OF MAURITANIA (continued) ü LDC (Approximately USD 350 GDP/inhabitant) ü Liberalized telecommunication sector - Law passed in 1999 - Regulatory authority in place - Privatized incumbent telecommunication operator - 2 GSM operators operational - 5 - MAURITANIA’S STRATEGY FOR ACCESS TO ICTs ü Institutional and legal environment created - Establishment of department responsible for ICTs - Liberalization of Internet sector - Adoption by government of national strategy for ICT development - Establishment of agency for access to basic services (Telecoms, NICTs, water and electricity) - 6 - MAURITANIA’S STRATEGY FOR ACCESS TO ICTs (continued) ü Framework for dialogue: State – ISP – telecom operators and civil society - Establishment of organization of Internet service providers - Establishment of NICT observatory - Institutionalization of permanent framework for dialogue between telecom operators, the State and Internet service providers - Regular surveys of service users - 7 - MAURITANIA’S STRATEGY FOR ACCESS TO ICTs (continued) ü Framework for dialogue and partnership with development partners - ITU (Centre for tradeswomen, telemedicine project) - UNDP (Cybercommunes of Kiffa and Kaédi) - GTZ (Cybercommune of Aioun) - World Bank (Lycées) - 8 - MAURITANIA’S STRATEGY FOR ACCESS TO ICTs (continued) ü Incentive measures - Suppression of all import tax on computer equipment - Simplification of ISP establishment procedures - Incentives for opening cybercafes in the country’s interior (50% reduction on dedicated lines; State pays for two people per cybercafe for a year) - State training of cybercafe technicians - 9 - MAURITANIA’S STRATEGY FOR ACCESS TO ICTs (continued) ü Implementation of community access projects - Equipping and connection of lycée classrooms to Internet (2 lycées per town) for the benefit of teachers and pupils (14 lycées to date) - Equipping of rooms in the country’s public hospitals and their connection to Internet (telemedicine project) for the benefit of doctors and nurses (18 hospitals to date) - Installation of rooms in town halls (5 town halls to date) - Installation of a community access centre for tradeswomen (with ITU support) - 10 - RESULTS ACHIEVED ü Reduced dedicated line costs 0 100000 200000 300000 400000 500000 Année LS 64 K Année 1997 1999 2002 LS 64 K 400 000 300 000 150 000 1 2 3 Year Dedicated lines 64K Dedicated lines 64K Year - 11 - RESULTS ACHIEVED (continued) ü Reduced switched telephone network access costs Evolution des couts d'abonnement RTC par mois de 1997 à 2002 0 5 000 10 000 15 000 1 2 3 Année M o n ta n t e n O u g u iy a s Evolution of switched telephone network subscriber costs per month 1997-2002 A m ou nt in O ug ui ya s Year - 12 - RESULTS ACHIEVED (continued) üEvolution of main indicators 1997 – 2003 Cybercafes 3 65 Cybernauts 800 15 000 Websites hosted in Mauritania 300 Dedicated Internet lines in Nouakchott 4 101 Dedicated Internet lines in Nouadhibou 0 14 Dedicated lines for other towns 0 18 Internet cost per minute 16 5 Cost of 64K dedicated Internet lines 400 000150 000 Internet bandwidth for international, in Mbps 0.064 10 Number of jobs created by cybercafes 10 370 Turnover of cybercafes in millions of Ouguiya 20 260 - 13 - COLLECTION OF MAIN INDICATORS ü Contributors - Office National des Statistiques ( ONS): Data on population and localities - Internet access providers: Customer data - Secretariat of State to the Prime Minister, Responsible for New Technologies( SETN): Surveys, data consolidation and publication - Agence d’Accès Universel( AAU): Data on community centres in rural areas - 14 - COLLECTION OF MAIN INDICATORS (continued) ü Data collection methodology - Basic data (population per locality, population distribution) provided by ONS - Data on community centres in rural areas provided by AAU - Data on dedicated lines installed provided by the Internet access providers - Regular surveys in the field carried out by SETN to confirm the data provided by the different players involved - 15 - COLLECTION OF MAIN INDICATORS (continued) ü Data collection methodology (continued) - Cybercafe: Air-conditioned room with at least 20 computers with permanent 64 Kbps access minimum and a printer, open to the public six days a week for at least 14 hours a day. - Private room: Room with at least 10 computers and permanent 64 Kbps access, open to a restricted public - ICT user: Any individual using an Internet browser and e-mail software at least once a week - 16 - COLLECTION OF MAIN INDICATORS (continued) ü Data evaluation methodology (continued) - Locality: Any grouping of the population with at least one water point (well or borehole) - Rural area: Locality with population of less than 2 000 inhabitants and with no administrative body - Number of users per switched telephone network access: 3 - Number of users per private permanent dedicated line: 20 - Average number of users/community centre: 100 - 17 - FUTURE PROJECTS ü Establishment of community access centres by the Agence d’Accès Universel in the country’s remote localities ü Installation of cybercommunes in all town halls of the country ü Creation of Internet access rooms for public sector employees - 18 - THANK YOUTHANK YOU
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Score: 580433.74 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/mexico04/doc/doc/11_MRT_e.pdf
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The objective of the programme, which is carried out in dedicated sessions of the Committee on Trade and Development, is to address the trade-related issues facing small, vulnerable economies (SVEs) and to help them integrate into the multilateral trading system. Recommendations made by the dedicated session are forwarded to the WTO's General Council for action. (...) In particular, we note that document WT/COMTD/SE/W/22/Rev.7 and its previous revisions reflect the work of the Dedicated Session up to the Tenth Ministerial Conference.
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Score: 577274.95 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/news15_e/gc_04dec15_e.htm
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SEE ALSO: > press releases > news archives > Supachai Panitchpakdi’s speeches     The dedicated page is part of the task of putting into operation the 30 August 2003 decision , which makes it easier for countries in need to import cheaper generics made under compulsory licensing if they are unable to manufacture the medicines themselves. The decision says that certain notifications “will be made available publicly by the WTO Secretariat through a page on the WTO website dedicated to this Decision.” This page is now available. (...) (The licensee can also use the WTO’s dedicated webpage for this purpose.) All this information will be posted on the dedicated webpage. > More on the 30 August 2003 decision > More on intellectual property and public health  
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Score: 575015.43 - https://www.wto.org/english/ne...e/trips_publhealth_nov03_e.htm
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A distinction is made between the "main dedicated intellectual property laws and regulations" and "other laws and regulations". (...) The "other laws and regulations" that would figure on the listing are those laws and regulations to be notified under Article 63.2 minus the "main dedicated laws and regulations". Therefore, in order to establish what are these "other laws and regulations", it is necessary to define what are the "main dedicated intellectual property laws and regulations". 6. In the Working Hypothesis, it is stated that these main dedicated intellectual property laws and regulations would include the main laws and regulations on the availability, scope and acquisition of each of the categories of intellectual property together with such other main laws and regulations as are dedicated to intellectual property, such as those on border enforcement.
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Score: 573272.95 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/trips_e/ipcw8_e.pdf
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Fuel Efficiency 4 ICAO Operational Measures Workshop / Montreal, 20/21 September 2006 Best practices for Fuel Economy Dedicated efforts in every phase of operation What are the physics in operations ? (...) Fuel Efficiency 27 ICAO Operational Measures Workshop / Montreal, 20/21 September 2006 Best practices for Fuel Economy Dedicated efforts in every phase of operation In flight procedures – Cruise with an economic speed Cost of Time Cost of Fuel C. (...) Fuel Efficiency 33 ICAO Operational Measures Workshop / Montreal, 20/21 September 2006 Best practices for Fuel Economy Dedicated efforts in every phase of operation In flight procedures – Descent From FL350 © AI R B U S 20 05 S .A .S .
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Score: 573212.8 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...TransportCanada-2006/Husse.pdf
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In addition, dedicated discussions on cotton are held twice a year for WTO members to share information on cotton trade. (...) Finally, ministers also agreed in Nairobi to extend the transparency and monitoring process of trade in cotton initiated at the Bali Ministerial Conference . Dedicated discussions on cotton Dedicated discussions on cotton are held in the context of the Committee on Agriculture in Special Session. (...) back to top Documents: trade negotiations and dedicated discussions on cotton Search Documents Online Documents on the Cotton Sub-committee use the code TN/AG/SCC/*.
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Score: 571538.77 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/agric_e/cotton_e.htm
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In addition, dedicated discussions on cotton are held twice a year for WTO members to share information on cotton trade. (...) Finally, ministers also agreed in Nairobi to extend the transparency and monitoring process of trade in cotton initiated at the Bali Ministerial Conference . Dedicated discussions on cotton Dedicated discussions on cotton are held in the context of the Committee on Agriculture in Special Session. (...) back to top Documents: trade negotiations and dedicated discussions on cotton Search Documents Online Documents on the Cotton Sub-committee use the code TN/AG/SCC/*.
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Score: 571538.77 - https://www.wto.org/English/tratop_e/agric_e/cotton_e.htm
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