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EVALUATION OF THE ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN :SUBPROGRAMME 3- MACROECONOMIC POLICIES AND GROWTH : COMMITTEE FOR PROGRAMME AND COORDINATION : REPORT OF THE OFFICE OF INTERNAL OVERSIGHT SERVICES
Despite strong positive feedback overall, multiple stakeholder interviewees reported that additional country-specific studies and support would be beneficial. Cross-divisional collaboration was effective in supporting member States on economic development issues, and there were positive examples of effective inter-agency collaboration and integrated programming. (...) The Division’s knowledge products were similarly praised. (...) Across case study countries with an ECLAC office, relationships with the Division were found to be reciprocal, with ECLAC in-country offices relying on the Division as a partner on substantive issues and the Division relying on in-country offices for specific context and relationship-building.
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Score: 338539.92 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=E/AC.51/2022/7&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE OFFICE OF INTERNAL OVERSIGHT SERVICES ON THE TRIENNIAL REVIEW OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF RECOMMENDATIONS MADE BY THE COMMITTEE FOR PROGRAMME AND COORDINATION AT ITS 44TH SESSION ON THE IN-DEPTH EVALUATION OF THE PROGRAMME ON PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT
Developed by the Division during its 2003 and 2005 retreats, the strategy contains detailed provisions regarding staff responsibilities and activities for entering information into UNPAN and the Intranet on all divisional activities, including conferences, advisory services and publications (see also recommendation 7). 22. (...) One recommendation of the divisional retreat in April 2005 was to establish criteria to identify Division-wide products and services. (...) The Division is also currently producing outputs and providing services that are based on cross-cutting divisional functions and that require cross-branch skills.
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Score: 338065.48 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=E/AC.51/2007/3&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE OFFICE OF INTERNAL OVERSIGHT SERVICES ON THE IN-DEPTH EVALUATION OF POLITICAL AFFAIRS : SECURITY COUNCIL AFFAIRS
In addition, complementarities, synergies and cohesiveness within the Division have not been fully exploited, nor has a Division-wide vision been developed and fostered. (...) Overall praise for the Division is also evident in interviews with Council members. (...) United Nations partners rate the Division highly 25. United Nations partners regard Division staff as competent and committed.
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Score: 338025.54 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=E/AC.51/2007/2/ADD.2&Lang=E
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TRIENNIAL REVIEW OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS MADE BY THE COMMITTEE FOR PROGRAMME AND COORDINATION AT ITS 39TH SESSION OF THE IN-DEPTH EVALUATION OF THE ELECTORAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMME : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
An internal study of risk assessment conducted by the Electoral Assistance Division recognizes that while the Division’s role diminishes after a project’s assessment, it does not end completely, as the Division is still responsible for monitoring the project in order to minimize the risk to the Organization. (...) The Division reported that there were still instances when the note of guidance was not followed in the field, which were not immediately reported to the Division. There are also cases where the Division’s decisions and actions were perceived by UNDP as overreaching the Division’s mandate and authority.
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Score: 337955.62 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=E/AC.51/2002/7&Lang=E
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IN-DEPTH EVALUATION OF THE PROGRAMME ON PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The Division’s sources of best practices assessments include research conducted by the Division, material of experts and other organizations and reports prepared by Governments. (...) The Office of Internal Oversight Services surveyed major partners of the Division, seeking their views on the relative impact of the services provided by the Division. (...) The Task Force provides training and support to Division staff and monitors posting and enhancing the quality of information about the Division’s activities on UNPAN.
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Score: 337835.06 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=E/AC.51/2004/3&Lang=E
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DRAFT REPORT OF THE FIFTY-SEVENTH SESSION - ADDENDUM
In box 16, replace “an unstable explosive” by “too sensitive to assign a division”. In box 17, delete “unstable” and, at the end, add “No division assigned”. (...) In box 16, replace “an unstable explosive” by “too sensitive to assign a division”. In box 17, delete “unstable” and, at the end, add “No division assigned”. (...) In box 16, replace “an unstable explosive” by “too sensitive to assign a division”. In box 17, delete “unstable” and, at the end, add “No division assigned”.
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Score: 337715.01 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...C.10/C.3/2020/R.2/ADD.3&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE UNGEGN ON THE WORK OF ITS 23RD SESSION
VIII. Reports of the divisions 9. The Chairperson commented on discussions at the twenty-second session of UNGEGN with respect to country and divisional reports. (...) E. Baltic Division 14. Working paper No. 30, presented by the Division, provided a comprehensive report on its activities, including divisional meetings, cooperation and its website, and also addressed various issues of standardization in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, including gazetteers, data files and exonyms. (...) Other activities of the Division included work on indigenous and minority group geographical names, the regional map and the divisional gazetteer.
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Score: 337607.96 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...F/GET?OPEN&DS=E/2006/57&LANG=E
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JOINT WORK PLAN OF THE DIVISION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF WOMEN AND THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The Division and the Office continued to enhance the updating and coordination of their databases and web sites. 6. (...) The Office of the High Commissioner will participate in selected meetings organized by the Division. The Division will contribute to and participate in selected meetings of human rights bodies and other meetings organized by the Office of the High Commissioner. (...) The Office of the High Commissioner and the Division will work together to organize a workshop on the integration of gender perspectives into the work of the thematic mandates during 2003, based on the review conducted by the Division in 2002. 18.
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Score: 337541.77 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...?OPEN&DS=E/CN.4/2003/73&LANG=E
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PROPOSED BUDGET OF THE OFFICE OF INTERNAL OVERSIGHT SERVICES UNDER THE SUPPORT ACCOUNT FOR PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS FOR THE PERIOD FROM 1 JULY 2018 TO 30 JUNE 2019: REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT AUDIT ADVISORY COMMITTEE
The Committee notes the good effort that the Division has put into workplan implementation and appreciates that some of the reasons for the shortfall were beyond the Division’s control. (...) C. Investigations Division 33. In reviewing the support account budget of the Investigations Division, the Committee continued to be cognizant of the challenges that have plagued the Division, especially with regard to the operations, internal working relationships and effectiveness of the Division. (...) According to the Division, if this process is successfully completed, the vacancy rate in the Division will fall to 7 per cent. 38.
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Score: 337516.02 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/72/766&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE OFFICE OF INTERNAL OVERSIGHT SERVICES ON THE IN-DEPTH EVALUATION OF POLITICAL AFFAIRS : SUMMARY REPORT
E/AC.51/2007/2 07-30600 6 Security Council Affairs Division, the other responsible for the Americas and Europe and Asia and the Pacific regional divisions, the Decolonization Unit and the Division for Palestinian Rights. (...) In the case of the regional divisions, the assessed rating of staff knowledge and expertise was mixed, similar to the assessment of the quality of the divisions’ work. (...) The second layer of complexity is the divergent expectations of some division or unit clients. This is less relevant for the Electoral Assistance Division, whose client expectations are more coherent and consistent, but more relevant for the regional divisions, the Security Council Affairs Division, the Decolonization Unit, the Division for Palestinian Rights and some special political missions.
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Score: 337466.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open?&DS=E/AC.51/2007/2&Lang=E
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