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A review of the procedures of the United Nations and other organizations of the United Nations system (see Appendix 2) for the selection and appointment of their External Auditor reveals that apart from the requirement that the External Auditor be the Auditor- General (or officer holding the equivalent title) of a member State, there is no common approach and the practice varies between organizations. (...) GB.285/PFA/3 GB285-PFA-3-2002-10-0013-1-EN.Doc 3 Appendix 1 Procedures for the selection and appointment of the ILO External Auditor Invitation All member States, including the member State of the serving External Auditor, will be invited to submit nominations from Auditors-General (or officers holding the equivalent titles) or other persons of high competence to act as the External Auditor of the ILO for a period of four years. (...) Auditor-General of a member State (or officer holding equivalent title) 1 Auditor-General of a member State (or officer holding equivalent title or otherwise qualified) Auditor-General of a member State (or person exercising an equivalent function) Auditor-General of a member State (or an officer holding the equivalent title) Auditor- General (or official holding the equivalent title) of a member State of the United Nations or FAO Auditor-General of a member State (or an officer exercising an equivalent function) Term of office 6 years 2 4 years 4 years 6 years 4 years 2 years Is the tenure of appointment limited?
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Score: 671051.56 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...lm/gb/docs/gb285/pdf/pfa-3.pdf
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A review of the procedures of the United Nations and other organizations of the United Nations system (see Appendix 2) for the selection and appointment of their External Auditor reveals that apart from the requirement that the External Auditor be the Auditor- General (or officer holding the equivalent title) of a member State, there is no common approach and the practice varies between organizations. (...) GB.285/PFA/3 GB285-PFA-3-2002-10-0013-1-EN.Doc 3 Appendix 1 Procedures for the selection and appointment of the ILO External Auditor Invitation All member States, including the member State of the serving External Auditor, will be invited to submit nominations from Auditors-General (or officers holding the equivalent titles) or other persons of high competence to act as the External Auditor of the ILO for a period of four years. (...) Auditor-General of a member State (or officer holding equivalent title) 1 Auditor-General of a member State (or officer holding equivalent title or otherwise qualified) Auditor-General of a member State (or person exercising an equivalent function) Auditor-General of a member State (or an officer holding the equivalent title) Auditor- General (or official holding the equivalent title) of a member State of the United Nations or FAO Auditor-General of a member State (or an officer exercising an equivalent function) Term of office 6 years 2 4 years 4 years 6 years 4 years 2 years Is the tenure of appointment limited?
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Score: 671051.56 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...lm/gb/docs/gb285/pdf/pfa-3.pdf
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McLaughlin) SUMMARY This paper provides information related to the granting of approvals issued on the basis of Special Provision A88 (prototype/low production lithium batteries), and provides technical background relevant to the corresponding equivalent level of safety determination. Action by the DGP-WG is in paragraph 2. 1. (...) In this respect, a new paragraph 1.2.3 was added to Part S-1 of the Supplement to the Technical Instructions to provide additional guidance to States in making such a determination of equivalency. 1.3 An example of a commodity which has been the subject of a number of State approvals is prototype lithium batteries. (...) DGP-WG/10-WP/49 Appendix A A-2 3. SAFETY EQUIVALENCY DETERMINATION 3.1 In accordance with the Part S-1 of the Supplement, the party requesting the approval must show what measures have been taken to ensure a level of safety equivalent to that of the Technical Instructions.
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Score: 670888.04 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2010/DGPWG.10.WP.049.5.en.pdf
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Space Network System Online Help System HELP ON RESULT OF NOISE GAMMA VALUES What you see on the screen NOISE GAMMA overall link characteristics of the geostationary satellite for a range of straps (from strp_id_fr to strp_id_to) the sequence number for a set of equivalent satellite link noise temperature (ESLNT) and transmission gain values (gamma) lower limit of the range of strap serial numbers upper limit of the range of strap serial numbers lowest value of equivalent satellite link noise temperature (ESLNT) associated with the strap value of transmission gain (gamma) associated with the value of ESLNT given above value of equivalent satellite link noise temperature for the highest ratio of transmission gain associated with the strap value of transmission gain (gamma) associated with the value of ESLNT given above How to go further?
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Score: 670527.54 - https://www.itu.int/sns/helpngma.html
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The trade coverage of the Canadian withdrawals was equivalent to the annual average figure for Canada's total exports to the Community of zinc in the period 1973-75. (...) Canada had based its withdrawals on an amount of trade equivalent to the average Canadian exports of zinc to the Community in the years 1973-75. (...) The 1972-74 figures submitted to the Panel by the Community indicate an ad valorem equivalent of 2.64 per cent for total Community imports of zinc.
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Score: 669751.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/dispu_e/gatt_e/76wdlcon.pdf
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A) Simulation Environment · OS: RedHat Linux 64bit · CPU: AMD Opteron Quad Core 2.8GHz · Memory: 2GByte RAM B) Simulation Environment · OS: Windows Server 2003 32bit · CPU: Intel Xeon Quad Core 3.0GHz · Memory: 4GByte RAM 4.4 Expected memory usage of encoder The proposed technology has equivalent memory usage of encoder to KTA software version 2.6r1. 4.5 Expected memory usage of decoder The proposed technology has equivalent memory usage of decoder to KTA software version 2.6r1. 4.6 Complexity characteristics of encoder motion estimation and motion segmentation selection The proposed technology has equivalent complexity characteristics to KTA software version 2.6r1. 4.7 Complexity characteristics of decoder motion compensation The proposed technology has equivalent complexity characteristics to KTA software version 2.6r1. 4.8 Complexity characteristics of encoder intra-frame prediction type selection The proposed technology has equivalent complexity characteristics to KTA software version 2.6r1. 4.9 Complexity characteristics of decoder intra-frame prediction operation The proposed technology has equivalent complexity characteristics to KTA software version 2.6r1. 4.10 Complexity characteristics of encoder transforms and transform type selection The proposed technology has equivalent complexity characteristics to KTA software version 2.6r1. 4.11 Complexity characteristics of decoder inverse transform operation The proposed technology has equivalent complexity characteristics to KTA software version 2.6r1. 4.12 Complexity characteristics of encoder quantization and quantization type selection The proposed technology has equivalent complexity characteristics to KTA software version 2.6r1. 4.13 Complexity characteristics of decoder inverse quantization The proposed technology has equivalent complexity characteristics to KTA software version 2.6r1. 4.14 Complexity characteristics of encoder in-loop filtering type selection The proposed technology has equivalent complexity characteristics to KTA software version 2.6r1. 4.15 Complexity characteristics of decoder in-loop filtering operation The proposed technology has equivalent complexity characteristics to KTA software version 2.6r1. 4.16 Complexity characteristics of encoder entropy coding type selection The proposed technology has equivalent complexity characteristics to KTA software version 2.6r1. 4.17 Complexity characteristics of decoder entropy decoding operation The proposed technology has equivalent complexity characteristics to KTA software version 2.6r1. 4.18 Degree of capability for encoder parallel processing The proposed technology has equivalent complexity characteristics to KTA software version 2.6r1. 4.19 Degree of capability for decoder parallel processing The proposed technology has equivalent complexity characteristics to KTA software version 2.6r1. 5 Algorithmic characteristics 5.1 Random access characteristics The proposed technology has equivalent random access characteristics to AVC. 5.2 Delay characteristics The proposed technology has equivalent delay characteristics to AVC. 6 Software implementation description The proposed method was implemented by C/C++. 7 Highlighted aspects discussion Although many efficient coding tools are proposed so far, we are concerning that complexity becomes extremely higher than AVC.
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Score: 668995.36 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...10_04_A_Dresden/JCTVC-A102.doc
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Tertiary level The collection priced for tertiary level is ONLY Bachelor’s or equivalent level; first degree ( e.g. bachelor's, license, diploma, etc.). (...) Educative Cycle Source: Catalogue ICP Level Name: Level of education: Entranc e age (years): Exit age (years): Duratio n of the cycle (years): Primary Primary Education ISCED 2011 level 1 – Primary education 5-8 10-12 5-6 Secondary Lower Secondary General Education ISCED 2011 level 2 – Lower secondary education; entry after completion of primary education 10-13 14-16 2-4 Upper Secondary General Education ISCED 2011 level 3 – Upper secondary education; general school leaving certificate giving access to university level education 14-16 17-18 2 Tertiary Tertiary Education (ICTs Degree) ISCED 2011 level 6 – Bachelor’s or equivalent level; first degree ( e.g. bachelor's, license, diploma, etc.) 18-22 23-26 4+ Tertiary Education (Economics Degree) ISCED 2011 level 6 – Bachelor’s or equivalent level; first degree ( e.g. bachelor's, license, diploma, etc.) 18-22 23-26 4+ Example: Educative Cycle - Jamaica Source: Elaborated by ICP team Level Item Name Level of education: Entrance age (years): Exit age (years): Duration of the cycle (years): Primary Primary Level (Primary Grade 1-6) ISCED 2011 level 1 – Primary education 6 12 6 Secondary Lower Secondary General Education (Junior high Grade 7-9) (Secondary High 7-9, New Secondary 7-9, Compressive High 7-9) ISCED 2011 level 2 – Lower secondary education; entry after completion of primary education 12 14 3 Upper Secondary General Education (Secondary High 10-13, New Secondary 10-11, Compressive High 10-11) ISCED 2011 level 3 – Upper secondary education; general school leaving certificate giving access to university level education 15 17 2 Tertiary Tertiary Education (ICTs Degree) ISCED 2011 level 6 – Bachelor’s or equivalent level; first degree ( e.g. bachelor's, license, diploma, etc.) 18-22 22-26 4+ Tertiary Education (Economics Degree) ISCED 2011 level 6 – Bachelor’s or equivalent level; first degree ( e.g. bachelor's, license, diploma, etc.) 18-22 22-26 4+ Example: Educative Cycle –Saint Vincent and The Granadines Source: Elaborated by ICP team Level Name: Level of education: Entranc e age (years): Exit age (years): Duration of the cycle (years): Primary Primary Education ISCED 2011 level 1 – Primary education 6 11-12 6 Secondary Lower Secondary General Education ISCED 2011 level 2 – Lower secondary education; entry after completion of primary education 12 14-15 3 Upper Secondary General Education ISCED 2011 level 3 – Upper secondary education; general school leaving certificate giving access to university level education 16 17-18 2 Tertiary Tertiary Education (ICTs Degree) ISCED 2011 level 6 – Bachelor’s or equivalent level; first degree ( e.g. bachelor's, license, diploma, etc.) 18-22 22-26 4+ Tertiary Education (Economics Degree) ISCED 2011 level 6 – Bachelor’s or equivalent level; first degree ( e.g. bachelor's, license, diploma, etc.) 18-22 22-26 4+ Any questions and/or comments, consult with your focal point to eclac-pci-alc@cepal.org Giannina López Statistics Division Economic Commission for Latin America and The Caribbean Technical Meeting on Special Surveys of the International Comparison Program (ICP)Cycle 2021 25th March, 2021 Survey of Education Services Cycle 2021-2022
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Score: 668827.8 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...3-private-education-survey.pdf
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Developing countries in particular say developed countries are not doing enough to accept that actions they are taking on exported products provide levels of protection that are equivalent to the developed countries’ requirements. (...) At the heart of the discussion in the consultations was a US paper (G/SPS/GEN/212) which outlined the US experience and argued that in many cases equivalence agreements are unnecessary and cumbersome to negotiate. (...) The chairman read out a summary of the discussion, which he will use to report to the General Council. India called for equivalence agreements between developed countries to be notified to the WTO so that developing countries could study them, and negotiate to join or forge similar agreements with developed countries.
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Score: 668827.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/ne...s_e/news00_e/sps_nov2000_e.htm
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H.261_CIF/H.263_CIF and H.263_4CIF/H.262_4SIF are examples of equivalent resolutions.) The hierarchy also mandates that a lower level algorithm must have the same or better MPI capability as a higher level algorithm at an equivalent resolution. (...) The hierarchy rules when any of these are used are given below: Any coder with a custom picture size shall support the “equivalent” standard picture size, where the equivalent size is the largest standard picture size smaller than or equal to the upper bound of the resolution range specified in the custom picture size in both height and width. If a custom picture size is smaller than QCIF, the equivalent resolution will be QCIF. For example, if the custom picture size range is [176-528] ( [144-432], the equivalent standard size is CIF (352(288).
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Score: 667748 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...video-site/9807_Whi/q15e18.doc
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H.261_CIF/H.263_CIF and H.263_4CIF/H.262_4SIF are examples of equivalent resolutions.) The hierarchy also mandates that a lower level algorithm must have the same or better MPI capability as a higher level algorithm at an equivalent resolution. (...) The hierarchy rules when any of these are used are given below: Any coder with a custom picture size shall support the “equivalent” standard picture size, where the equivalent size is the largest standard picture size smaller than or equal to the upper bound of the resolution range specified in the custom picture size in both height and width. If a custom picture size is smaller than QCIF, the equivalent resolution will be QCIF. For example, if the custom picture size range is [176-528] ( [144-432], the equivalent standard size is CIF (352(288).
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Score: 667748 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/9807_Whi/q15e18r1.doc
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