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COMPREHENSIVE REPORT ON THE PROGRESS MADE BY THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR RWANDA IN REFORMING ITS LEGAL AID SYSTEM : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
As a result, the system of an hourly rate based on counsel’s experience1 with a ceiling of 175 hours monthly billable was maintained, the fixed rate of $400 paid at each stage of the proceedings to cover the time spent by counsel to familiarize themselves with the relevant case documents and the applicable law was increased to $2,000 and the condition of remuneration of supporting defence teams (investigators and assistants) was defined and standardized. (...) Therefore, the share of the Tribunal would be the excess of the estimated cost of the judicial proceedings over the net worth of the partially indigent accused. 35. (...) In the event that the actual total cost exceeds the estimated cost owing to circumstances beyond the control of the parties, the excess cost should be borne by the Tribunal. Should the actual cost of the judicial proceedings be lower, adjustment should be made only on the Tribunal’s share of the cost of the proceedings.
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Score: 1936785.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/58/366&Lang=E
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Syniverse at a Glance Syniverse processes over 1.5 trillion billable transactions annually across the globe Global IPX private network backbone with 800+ service provider connections 39 globally distributed data centers Reach 7+ billion mobile devices Settle $15 billion USD annually Connect to nearly 1000 MNOs; Serving the Top 10 Enable nearly 500 OTTs and enterprises Process nearly 4 billion billable transactions daily Employ 2200+ team members in 29 countries 2© 2018 Syniverse Technologies LLC.
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Score: 1698244.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...hil_Celestini_Presentation.pdf
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UNITED NATIONS INTERNATIONAL SHORT-TERM ADVISORY RESOURCES : REPORT OF THE ADMINISTRATOR : UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
Placing a market valuation on the billable time donated by advisers (with an average assignment duration of 15 working days at a billable rate of $1,000/day), UNISTAR advisers contributed services equivalent to more than $7 million in technical cooperation to the Governments and enterprises of developing countries.
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Score: 1634543.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=DP/1994/31&Lang=E
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Work Order Printout Copy ID: Page 1 of 12 Reservation Number: 605858 Status: More Info 38381 Service Type: PO Number: Fax: Phone: Contract: Description: Status Change by:Email: Requested by: Customer: *New Customer 0Customer Number: FAO World Food Summit Last Amended: 19-Oct-2009 13:44 by MYERSS Service start: Service end: Approx Out: Hot Switch Up/Down:30 16 Nov 2009 07:30 ET 16 Nov 2009 12:30 GMT 16 Nov 2009 03:30 ET 16 Nov 2009 08:30 GMT No - Up/DownLead Time: 60 Routing: (billable items listed below in bold characters) Globecast Uplink Orb Loc: 335.5; U/L: 14341.5Mhz Horizontal; D/L: 11541.5Mhz Vertical; U/L Beam: S1 (Europe); D/L Beam: S1 (Europe); Allocated Bandwidth: 9 Mhz; IS-905 65K Slot A FUS-K23 (IS-905 335.5 E) 4.2M Band: Ku Band; FUS Tndb IRD SD 1 Encrypted: No; FUS Tndb MOD 7 FUS-C02 IS-904 (60 E) 32M Band: C Band; Orb Loc: 60' E; U/L: 6397.5Mhz Left; D/L: 4172.5Mhz Right; U/L Beam: Global; D/L Beam: Global; Allocated Bandwidth: 9 Mhz; IS-904 38C Ch 1B --------------------------------------------------------------Additional Destination Routing-------------------------------------------------------------- Encrypted: No;FUS Tndb IRD SD 1 FUS ASI TX Line 1 Fiber 8.448 Mbps FUS to NYM (Mondo Condo) NYM (Mondo Condo) to LAX LAX to NAP NAP Rx 1 QMOD001T U/L Type: Digital; Band: C;NAP-C11 IS9/24C U/L Orb Loc: 58'W; U/L: 6398.5Mhz Vertical; D/L: 4173.5Mhz Horizontal; U/L Beam: Americas & Europe V; D/L Beam: Americas-Europe H; Allocated Bandwidth: 9 Mhz; IS-09 24C Slot D --------------------------------------------------------------Additional Destination Routing-------------------------------------------------------------- NAP Rx 1 QMOD002T Copy ID: Page 2 of 12 Reservation Number: 605858 Status: More Info 38381 U/L Type: Digital; Band: C;NAP-C30 U/L IS-8/17C Orb Loc: 166' E; U/L: 6251.5Mhz Horizontal; D/L: 4026.5Mhz Vertical; U/L Beam: Pac Rim; D/L Beam: Pac Rim; Allocated Bandwidth: 9 Mhz; IS-08 17C Slot A Tandberg // Symbol Rate: 6.6665 // FEC: 7/8 // PAL // QPSK Uplink: +39-393-989-0481 Booking Notes: To schedule or amend service reservations, please contact the Global Scheduling Center: +1 404 381 2340 or 888 442 4887 (US toll-free); +1 404 381 2335 fax; or via email at bookings@intelsat.com For satellite access, goodnights, and trouble reports, please contact the Carrier Management Center: +1 404 381 2600 or 800 321 3959 (US toll-free) For day-of-air assistance with terrestrial & hybrid services, please contact the Video Operations Center: +1 404 381 2400 or 800 242 2242 (US toll-free); +1 404 381 2095 fax; or via email at voc@intelsat.com Pencil bookings will be automatically released 72 hours prior to the scheduled start time unless confirmed by the customer. 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Copy ID: Page 3 of 12 Reservation Number: 605937 Status: More Info 38381 Service Type: PO Number: Fax: Phone: Contract: Description: Status Change by:Email: Requested by: Customer: *New Customer 0Customer Number: FAO World Food Summit Last Amended: 19-Oct-2009 13:44 by MYERSS Service start: Service end: Approx Out: Hot Switch Up/Down:30 16 Nov 2009 12:00 ET 16 Nov 2009 17:00 GMT 16 Nov 2009 09:00 ET 16 Nov 2009 14:00 GMT No - Up/DownLead Time: 60 Routing: (billable items listed below in bold characters) Globecast Uplink Orb Loc: 335.5; U/L: 14341.5Mhz Horizontal; D/L: 11541.5Mhz Vertical; U/L Beam: S1 (Europe); D/L Beam: S1 (Europe); Allocated Bandwidth: 9 Mhz; IS-905 65K Slot A FUS-K23 (IS-905 335.5 E) 4.2M Band: Ku Band; FUS Tndb IRD SD 1 Encrypted: No; FUS Tndb MOD 7 FUS-C02 IS-904 (60 E) 32M Band: C Band; Orb Loc: 60' E; U/L: 6397.5Mhz Left; D/L: 4172.5Mhz Right; U/L Beam: Global; D/L Beam: Global; Allocated Bandwidth: 9 Mhz; IS-904 38C Ch 1B --------------------------------------------------------------Additional Destination Routing-------------------------------------------------------------- Encrypted: No;FUS Tndb IRD SD 1 FUS ASI TX Line 1 Fiber 8.448 Mbps FUS to NYM (Mondo Condo) NYM (Mondo Condo) to LAX LAX to NAP NAP Rx 1 QMOD001T U/L Type: Digital; Band: C;NAP-C11 IS9/24C U/L Orb Loc: 58'W; U/L: 6398.5Mhz Vertical; D/L: 4173.5Mhz Horizontal; U/L Beam: Americas & Europe V; D/L Beam: Americas-Europe H; Allocated Bandwidth: 9 Mhz; IS-09 24C Slot D --------------------------------------------------------------Additional Destination Routing-------------------------------------------------------------- NAP Rx 1 QMOD002T Copy ID: Page 4 of 12 Reservation Number: 605937 Status: More Info 38381 U/L Type: Digital; Band: C;NAP-C30 U/L IS-8/17C Orb Loc: 166' E; U/L: 6251.5Mhz Horizontal; D/L: 4026.5Mhz Vertical; U/L Beam: Pac Rim; D/L Beam: Pac Rim; Allocated Bandwidth: 9 Mhz; IS-08 17C Slot A Tandberg // Symbol Rate: 6.6665 // FEC: 7/8 // PAL // QPSK Uplink: +39-393-989-0481 Booking Notes: To schedule or amend service reservations, please contact the Global Scheduling Center: +1 404 381 2340 or 888 442 4887 (US toll-free); +1 404 381 2335 fax; or via email at bookings@intelsat.com For satellite access, goodnights, and trouble reports, please contact the Carrier Management Center: +1 404 381 2600 or 800 321 3959 (US toll-free) For day-of-air assistance with terrestrial & hybrid services, please contact the Video Operations Center: +1 404 381 2400 or 800 242 2242 (US toll-free); +1 404 381 2095 fax; or via email at voc@intelsat.com Pencil bookings will be automatically released 72 hours prior to the scheduled start time unless confirmed by the customer. 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Copy ID: Page 5 of 12 Reservation Number: 605947 Status: More Info 38381 Service Type: PO Number: Fax: Phone: Contract: Description: Status Change by:Email: Requested by: Customer: *New Customer 0Customer Number: FAO World Food Summit Last Amended: 19-Oct-2009 13:44 by MYERSS Service start: Service end: Approx Out: Hot Switch Up/Down:30 17 Nov 2009 07:30 ET 17 Nov 2009 12:30 GMT 17 Nov 2009 03:30 ET 17 Nov 2009 08:30 GMT No - Up/DownLead Time: 60 Routing: (billable items listed below in bold characters) Globecast Uplink Orb Loc: 335.5; U/L: 14341.5Mhz Horizontal; D/L: 11541.5Mhz Vertical; U/L Beam: S1 (Europe); D/L Beam: S1 (Europe); Allocated Bandwidth: 9 Mhz; IS-905 65K Slot A FUS-K23 (IS-905 335.5 E) 4.2M Band: Ku Band; FUS Tndb IRD SD 1 Encrypted: No; FUS Tndb MOD 7 FUS-C02 IS-904 (60 E) 32M Band: C Band; Orb Loc: 60' E; U/L: 6397.5Mhz Left; D/L: 4172.5Mhz Right; U/L Beam: Global; D/L Beam: Global; Allocated Bandwidth: 9 Mhz; IS-904 38C Ch 1B --------------------------------------------------------------Additional Destination Routing-------------------------------------------------------------- Encrypted: No;FUS Tndb IRD SD 1 FUS ASI TX Line 1 Fiber 8.448 Mbps FUS to NYM (Mondo Condo) NYM (Mondo Condo) to LAX LAX to NAP NAP Rx 1 QMOD001T U/L Type: Digital; Band: C;NAP-C11 IS9/24C U/L Orb Loc: 58'W; U/L: 6398.5Mhz Vertical; D/L: 4173.5Mhz Horizontal; U/L Beam: Americas & Europe V; D/L Beam: Americas-Europe H; Allocated Bandwidth: 9 Mhz; IS-09 24C Slot D --------------------------------------------------------------Additional Destination Routing-------------------------------------------------------------- NAP Rx 1 QMOD002T Copy ID: Page 6 of 12 Reservation Number: 605947 Status: More Info 38381 U/L Type: Digital; Band: C;NAP-C30 U/L IS-8/17C Orb Loc: 166' E; U/L: 6251.5Mhz Horizontal; D/L: 4026.5Mhz Vertical; U/L Beam: Pac Rim; D/L Beam: Pac Rim; Allocated Bandwidth: 9 Mhz; IS-08 17C Slot A Tandberg // Symbol Rate: 6.6665 // FEC: 7/8 // PAL // QPSK Uplink: +39-393-989-0481 Booking Notes: To schedule or amend service reservations, please contact the Global Scheduling Center: +1 404 381 2340 or 888 442 4887 (US toll-free); +1 404 381 2335 fax; or via email at bookings@intelsat.com For satellite access, goodnights, and trouble reports, please contact the Carrier Management Center: +1 404 381 2600 or 800 321 3959 (US toll-free) For day-of-air assistance with terrestrial & hybrid services, please contact the Video Operations Center: +1 404 381 2400 or 800 242 2242 (US toll-free); +1 404 381 2095 fax; or via email at voc@intelsat.com Pencil bookings will be automatically released 72 hours prior to the scheduled start time unless confirmed by the customer.
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Score: 1534536.8 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ges/intelsatfeedparameters.pdf
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APPOINTMENT OF AN AUDITOR : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Deloitte and Touche’s bid is for 102 billable hours a year, of which 75 appear to be for substantive testing/fieldwork.
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Score: 1456730.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=ISBA/9/FC/1&Lang=E
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o Summary ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 3 ITU-T Industry Landscape o Traditional telcos – falling voice revenue and rising OPEX o New wave SPs - delivering new economic models o Technology discontinuity • Analogue to Digital • Circuit-switched to packet-switched o Changing market place • De-regulation • Intense competition o Industry’s new imperatives • Reduce OPEX, increase ARPU o Leading to: • NGN – reduce opex, drive up ARPU • Convergence, IMS • NWM to CEM • Wideband and multi-media services ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 4 ITU-T 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 A B C D E F G H Service design and deployment - IMS PS threshold IMS threshold Viable in PS Viable in IMSS Not viable in IMS Economic viability thresholds Services % user applicability ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 5 ITU-T Quality as a critical economic success factor o Quality driven economics • SLA – thresholds and reports • Directed maintenance • Targeted investment • Efficient operation, e.g. interconnect selection • Quality differentiated services • Billing – billable quality o Competitive quality essential • Service re-use • Customer retention ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 6 ITU-T What is “quality” anyway? (...) -Mobile: Radio Signal (RxQual, RxLev, BER), Customer Surveys and/or complaints, Network KPI’s -IP Telephony: packet loss, jitter & delay used to estimate VoIP network quality Delay Jitter Packet-loss Existing metrics are not enough ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 9 ITU-T Beyond Simple Networks statistics o Simple network statistics such as packet loss level will not mirror user’s perception 1% packet loss (evenly distributed) 1% packet loss (bursty) 1% packet loss (jitter) o 3 examples with same content, bit rate, frame rate, codec and level packet loss but different MOS values ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 10 ITU-T Active (Intrusive) Passive (Non-Intrusive) Agent IP Monitor Monitor Video PVA Psytechnics Video Agent J.144 PVI Psytechnics Video IP Monitor PVM Psytechnics Video Monitor PSI Psytechnics Speech IP Monitor P.VTQ PSA Psytechnics Speech Agent P.862 (PESQ) Voice PSM Psytechnics Speech Monitor P.563 (SEAM) P.562 (CCI) P.561 (INMD) Conversational, P.CQO QoE measurement solutions Solutions ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 11 ITU-T Industry adoption examples o Fixed voice -VoIP • Removing the barrier to adoption for enterprise • Directed maintenance • MOS based SLAs o Mobile voice • Interconnect selection • Quality differentiated services • Assess actual usage patterns via handset agents o Mobile video • Investigation of QoE coverage • Detection of billable quality – viral revenue leakage o IPTV • T&M to validate competitive quality • Responding to RFI’s with QoE monitoring proposals ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 12 ITU-T Next steps o NGN, Convergence, IMS • Multiple network technologies and vendors — Inter-network measures at mid-points — End-to-end performance measured at the edge • Greater variety of services - IMS — Real-time per-session metrics — Multi-media QoE metrics – speech, music and video o Quality differentiated service levels • Accurate multi-modal QoE metrics • QoE based SLAs o New wave SPs (can’t differentiate on price) • Multi-media • Wideband audio ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 13 ITU-T Summary o Competitive quality is a commercial necessity due to competition o Performance measurement must correlate directly with end- user experience o Conventional network performance metrics inadequate o New methods to measure Quality of Experience • Portfolio of inter-working methods required • Accuracy needs to support commercial decisions o Convergence, IMS and IPTV driving requirement for mid-point and customer-edge instrumentation o Industry adoption examples – quality as a critical success factor o Next steps … the workshop!
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Score: 1448174.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...presentations/s1p0-hollier.pdf
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This should include a real-time E2E view to ensure that each service is functioning correctly as well as a historical view; – service rating/discounting management: Provides the capabilities for ensuring that the customer receives an invoice that is reflective of all the billable events delivered by the service provider dictated by their business relationship. 9 Functional requirements for service management in cloud-aware telecommunication management system This clause provides functional requirements for service management in a cloud-aware telecommunication management system. 9.1 Service catalogue management In a cloud-aware telecommunication management system, the service catalogue management requirements include: – it is required that service catalogue management provides functions to manage cloud service information.
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Score: 1432711.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page476.html
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UNITED NATIONS PENSION SYSTEM : REPORT OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE AND BUDGETARY QUESTIONS
It also discusses the relationship of the secretariat of objects of expenditures in the Fund’s administrative of the Fund with the other member organizations and the costs budget, combined with a credit of $530,600 due in respect related thereto and provides a perspective for possible future of premises otherwise billable. The Advisory Committee developments and long-term needs of the Fund in respect of, notes that for the current biennium no additional cost will be inter alia, its computer systems and operations, the role of the recovered from UNICEF, UNDP and UNFPA. (...) Estimated result, showing a surplus, had the 1976 valuation been carried out on a fully dynamicb basis. Excess over contribution rate of 21 per cent.c Excess over contribution rate of 21.75 per cent.d Excess over contribution rate of 22.50 per cent.e Excess over contribution rate of 23.70 per cent.f
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Score: 1401713.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/53/511&Lang=E
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REVIEW OF THE EFFICIENCY OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL FUNCTIONING OF THE UNITED NATIONS : NOTE
The audit was conducted at UNPROFOR headquarters in Zagreb and at United Nations Headquarters in New York and covered (a) the initial procurement process and major subsequent procurement actions; (b) administrative procedures for managing the project, including the determination of contractual personnel requirements, classification of positions and selection of contractual personnel candidates, deployment and supervision of the personnel; (c) policies and procedures for administering the contracts, including determination of billable costs, checking of invoices and monitoring of performance and compliance with contractual requirements; and (d) recent developments in the management of the project, including the change to team-based deployment. (...) The audit also found indications that other international service agencies may have charged UNPROFOR amounts in excess of actual insurance costs, but since the contracts did not specify that the insurance charges were to be based on the actual direct costs incurred, UNPROFOR is still reviewing whether there is a basis to recover the US$ 330,870 self-insurance provision and any further insurance payments to the international service agencies in excess of direct costs. 20.
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Score: 1235625.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/49/914&Lang=E
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He found that the companies were grappling with numerous operational challenges, from recording employees’ billable hours to lost payments to security issues while transporting cash around Rwanda. (...) Image credit: Casual Payroll/Centric Managers receive a fingerprint and facial recognition device, with which each employee checks in or out, enabling employers to track shifts, attendance, employee turnover, and billable hours more precisely. Pandemic pivot In Rwanda, like elsewhere, start-ups proved particularly vulnerable during the COVID-19 crisis.
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Score: 1223053.3 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2022/0...art-up-casual-payroll-centric/
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