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The WTO’s total budget for the year 2014 is as follows: Consolidated WTO Budget for the year 2014: CHF 197,203,900    Consolidated Budget 2014 (WTO and the Appellate Body Secretariats)   Section Budget 2013 CHF Work Years (including salary and pension) 127,783,800 Temporary Assistance 15,240,500 Communications (including telecommunications and postal charges) 1,719,700 Building Facilities (including rental, utilities, maintenance and insurance) 4,529,000 Permanent Equipment 1,454,000 Expendable supplies 1,201,000 Contractual Services (including reproduction, office automation and security) 8,936,600 Staff Overheads (including training and insurance) 5,162,000 Missions 3,157,000 Trade Policy Courses 2,851,300 Various (including dispute settlement panels, publications, library and public information activities) 6,258,000 International Trade Centre 18,911,000 Grand Total 197,203,900    
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Score: 886019.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/thewto_e/secre_e/budget14_e.htm
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The WTO’s total budget for the year 2011 is as follows: Consolidated WTO Budget for the year 2011: CHF 196,003,900    Consolidated Budget 2011 (WTO and the Appellate Body Secretariats)   Section Budget 2011 CHF Work Years (including salary and pension) 126,310,600 Temporary Assistance 15,992,700 Communications (including telecommunications and postal charges) 1,786,500 Building Facilities (including rental, utilities, maintenance and insurance) 3,866,000 Permanent Equipment 1,089,000 Expendable supplies 1,281,000 Contractual Services (including reproduction, office automation and security) 9,236,600 Staff Overheads (including training and insurance) 4,827,000 Missions 2,939,000 Trade Policy Courses 3,315,000 Various (including dispute settlement panels, publications, library and public information activities) 6,449,500 International Trade Centre 18,911,000 Grand Total 196,003,900  
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Score: 886019.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/thewto_e/secre_e/budget11_e.htm
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Conflict Zones Risk Information ICAO / Secretariat / Office of the Secretary General / Office of Internal Oversight OIO Key Documents OIO Annual Reports Oversight Reports Internal Audit Strategy ICAO Evaluation Policy Links IIA Standards IIA Code of Ethics UNEG Standards EAAC Office of Internal Oversight (OIO)   Resume Page Content According to its Charter , OIO 1 is responsible for the systematic evaluation and internal audit of ICAO's programmes, projects, and activities, with a view to assessing whether the Organization's stated objectives and impacts have been achieved, and resources have been expended in accordance with applicable rules and regulations, and with due regard to economy, efficiency and effectiveness.   ​
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Score: 886019.3 - https://www.icao.int/secretari...alOversight/Pages/default.aspx
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The WTO’s total budget for the year 2012 is as follows: Consolidated WTO Budget for the year 2012: CHF 196,003,900    Consolidated Budget 2012 (WTO and the Appellate Body Secretariats)   Section Budget 2012 CHF Work Years (including salary and pension) 127,001,500 Temporary Assistance 15,170,500 Communications (including telecommunications and postal charges) 1,779,700 Building Facilities (including rental, utilities, maintenance and insurance) 4,314,000 Permanent Equipment 1,354,000 Expendable supplies 1,201,000 Contractual Services (including reproduction, office automation and security) 9,036,600 Staff Overheads (including training and insurance) 4,962,000 Missions 3,057,000 Trade Policy Courses 2,960,100 Various (including dispute settlement panels, publications, library and public information activities) 6,256,500 International Trade Centre 18,911,000 Grand Total 196,003,900  
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Score: 886019.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/thewto_e/secre_e/budget12_e.htm
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NOTE [TRANSMITTING REPORT OF THE OFFICE OF INTERNAL OVERSIGHT SERVICES ON THE AUDIT OF THE UNITED NATIONS LOGISTICS BASE]
(AP96/127/003) Reports of non-expendable property not completed 20. Reports of non-expendable property were not being completed as required by United Nations financial regulations owing to unreliable inventory records. (...) The Logistics Base has expended considerable resources over the past year to complete the receiving and inspection function for incoming shipments. (...) The codification team was, at the time of our audit, coding non-expendable equipment as well as expendable supplies consisting mostly of vehicle spare parts.
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Score: 884519.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/51/803&Lang=E
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 13TH MEETING : 5TH COMMITTEE, HELD ON MONDAY, 26 OCTOBER 1992, NEW YORK, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 47TH SESSION
The total amount expended under that item was not available, but it was minimal and concerned only a very small number of countries among the 128 with which UNICEF was implementing cooperation programmes. (...) BAUDOT (Acting ContrQller), replying tQ questiQns put by delegations, referred to the questiQn of budgetary control - which might in some cases appear to be an absence Qf contrQl. (...) Of the approximately 1,100 contracts which had met that condition during the biennium 1990-1991, almost half had been exempt and there had been 587 requests fQr bids. 7. As for the question put by the delegatiQn Qf Yemen concerning non-expendable and expendable property, he would reply as soon as he had the information requested.
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Score: 882878.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=A/C.5/47/SR.13&Lang=E
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Permanent Representative to the United Nations to use U.S. influence to seek implementation of such report's recommendations; (2) that U.S. contributions to the U.N. regular assessed budget be withheld in amounts that are proportional to the percentage of such budget expended for such entities until such recommendations' implementation; and (3) GAO to conduct a related audit. Authorizes the Secretary to withhold from U.S. contributions to the regular assessed budget of the United Nations for a biennial period amounts that are proportional to the percentage of such budget that are expended for any U.N. affiliated or specialized agency that provides assistance directly to the PA during any period for which a certification is not in effect. (...) (d) Withholding of Funds With Respect to the Palestinian Authority- (1) ASSESSED CONTRIBUTIONS- The Secretary of State should withhold from United States contributions to the regular assessed budget of the United Nations for a biennial period amounts that are equal to the amounts of such budget that are expended by any United Nations affiliated or specialized agency for assistance directly to the Palestinian Authority. (2) VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS- The Secretary of State shall withhold from United States contributions to the voluntary budget of the United Nations for a biennial period amounts that are equal to the amounts of such budget that are expended by any United Nations affiliated or specialized agency for assistance directly to the Palestinian Authority. (3) DEFINITION- For the purposes of this section, the term `amounts of such budget that are expended by any United Nations affiliated or specialized agency for assistance directly to the Palestinian Authority' does not include– (A) amounts expended during any period for which a certification described in section 620K(b) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (as added by section 2(b)(2) of this Act) is in effect with respect to the Palestinian Authority; or (B) amounts expended for assistance of the type of assistance described in section 104(c), 104A, 104B, or 104C of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (22 U.S.C. 2151b, 2151b-2, 2151b-3, or 2151b-4) and which would, if provided by the Government of the United States, be permitted under such sections, or under chapter 4 of part II of such Act (22 U.S.C. 2346 et seq.) to carry out the purposes of such sections, by reason of the application of section 104(c)(4) of such Act.
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Score: 882530.3 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-196749/
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As a result, the Symposium saved up to  600 tons of CO2 on the assumption of an average of at least 3 tons of CO2 per person that would have  been expended by 200 people travelling to one place in the world. 
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Score: 877882.2 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/0F/T060F00600F0060PDFE.pdf
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Volunteer Management Costs Deployment Charge A one-time, fixed amount charged at the beginning of the assignment to recover costs expended by UNV to: - Develop partnerships and manage the assignment pipeline - Manage the UNV talent pool, conduct outreach, source and assess candidates - Identify, select and recruit candidates and onboard UN Volunteers and their dependants - Close assignments and repatriate UN Volunteers and their dependants The deployment charge varies by UN Volunteer category. Recurring Charge (for the duration of assignment) A monthly charge to recover costs expended by UNV to manage contracts and entitlements and provide ongoing support for UN Volunteers including: - UNV premises - UNDP corporate fees - UNDP legal services - UNV personnel - Payroll and banking information services provided by the Global Shared Services Unit (GSSU) in Kuala Lumpur and Copenhagen - Information technology (IT) equipment purchase and maintenance and IT services - Communications and advocacy Country Office Support Costs Paid to UNDP country offices for UNDP infrastructure support with UN Volunteer recruitment, deployment and administration as per the agreement between UNV and UNDP Bureau of Management services (BMS).
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Score: 875921.7 - https://www.unv.org/sites/defa...ative%202021%20%28ext%29_0.pdf
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. …………. 4.03 The UNIDO shall, from the funds made available, meet all expenses connected with the assignment of Associate Experts, including: (a) Salaries and allowances payable under the Staff Regulations, the conditions of service in the letter of appointment and other applicable rules of the UNIDO; (b) Transportation to and from the duty station and related costs and allowances; (c) Travel to and from the duty station for authorized dependents of Associate Experts and related costs and allowances; (d) Insurance of Associate Experts against sickness, disability and death; (e) With prior general approval of the Donor, travel costs within the region or the country of assignment, as authorized by the UNIDO in accordance with project needs; (f) UNIDO's normal charge for support costs at the rate of 12% of the foregoing expenditures (i.e. those mentioned in sub- paragraphs (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e)); (g) Costs for reimbursement of any other expenses as may be agreed between UNIDO and the Donor. 4.04 Should the sum deposited by the Donor in a given year be greater than the total sum actually expended by the UNIDO during that period, the unspent balance shall be carried over to the next year. 6 4.05 The Donor undertakes to meet the actual cost of the services of the Associate Expert(s) covered by this agreement and UNIDO undertakes not to incur expenditure on services not covered by this agreement. 4.06 UNIDO shall, not later than six months, after the end of the financial year in which the final financial disbursement was made in respect of the services covered by this agreement submit to the Donor a statement of account showing the use of all funds expended on the implementation of this agreement. 4.07 On termination of this Agreement, the UNIDO will refund to the Donor any unspent balance remaining in the account; and the Donor will remit any amount due pursuant to Article 4.03 above.
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Score: 875921.7 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...5/JPO_Agreement_Template_0.pdf
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