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C06/15-Add. 2 of 20 September 2006 Current estimated external cost in CHF Current forecast Travel Management 144’500 144’500 September 2006, but production implementation first quarter 2007 160’000 (139’000 expended as of 15/3/07) October 2007 Procurement 510’000 413’800 March 2007 475’000 July 2007, with enhancements afterwards HR (Mobility) 466’700 466’700 First quarter 2007 450’000 (230’200 expended as of 15/3/07) Parallel operation in August, production in October, extension of features through December 2007. (...) N.A. 320’000 (216’000 expended as of 15/3/07) Parallel operation in August - September, full production in October 2007 KPI (first phase - IBM study) 160’000 (evaluation and analysis phase only ) 115’000 Evaluation and analysis phase done by the time of PP-06; t.b.d. (115’000 expended for IBM study) September 2007 Res. 1243 total 1’281’200 1’140’000 1’200’000 + KPI t.b.d.
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Score: 1014188.3 - https://www.itu.int/council/gr...oc/MBG_Informal_03_res1243.doc
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Consequently, little effort was expended to ensure that the policies and rules and the institutional framework governing the procurement system were maintained in a manner that ensured that public funds were used in the most efficient and economic way and that the system delivered the best value for money. (...) Vast amounts of money are therefore expended through the public procurement system. A procurement system that has loose or opaque rules and which are also poorly enforced provides opportunities for misuse of the contract award process through corruption or other patronage arrangements. (...) Furthermore, the political leadership often lacks the will to expend the political capital necessary to overcome the resistance of often powerful economic forces.
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Score: 1007202.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...shop_tanz_jan03/hunja2a2_e.doc
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The WTO’s total budget for the year 2006 is as follows: 2006 Budget for the WTO Secretariat: 170,274,150 CHF; 2006 Budget for the Appellate Body and its Secretariat: 4,726,000 CHF; Total WTO Budget for the year 2006: 175,000,150,00 CHF    back to top Budget for the WTO Secretariat for the year 2006  SECTION 2006 ( Swiss Francs) Staff (Work/years) - (a) Salary 78,071,000 (b) Pensions 15,561,500 (c) Common Staff costs 14,790,200 (d) Restructuring Plan 500,00 Temporary Assistance 13,724,800 Communications - (a) Telecommunications 708,000 (b) Postal charges 1,315,000 Building Facilities - (a) Rental 345,000 (b) Utilities 1,654,000 (c) Maintenance and Insurance 1,438,000 Permanent Equipment 2,831,000 Expendable 1,180,500 Contractual Services - (a) Reproduction 1,400,000 (b) Office Automation 2,577,200 (c) Other 257,000 (d) Security Outsourcing Contract 2,837,000 Staff Overhead - (a) Training 675,000 (b) Insurance 2,059,500 (c) Joint Services 212,000 (d) Miscellaneous 30,000 Missions - (a) Missions Official 1,236,000 (b) Missions Technical 1,443,000 Trade Policy Training Courses 3,541,000 Various - (a) Representation and Hospitality 283,000 (b) Dispute Settlement Panels 1,317,000 (c) Experts 50,000 (e) Library 593,700 (f) Publications 470,000 (g) Public Information Activities 320,000 (h) External Auditors 40,000 (i) Ministerial Operating Fund 600,000 (j) ISO 57,000 (k) Other 77,000 (m) Security Enhancement Programme 796,000 Unforeseen 100,000 International Trade Centre (ITC) 17,183,750 TOTAL 170,274,150   back to top Budget for the the Appellate Body and its Secretariat for the year 2006  SECTION 2006 (Swiss Francs) Staff (Work/years) - (a) Salary 1,956,500 (b) Pensions 391,300 (c) Common Staff costs 369,000 Temporary Assistance 65,600 Communications - (a) Telecommunications 6,500 (b) Postal Charges 0 Building Facilities - (b) Utilities 13,000 (c) Maintenance and Insurance 5,000 Permanent Equipment 36,000 Expendable 20,000 Contractual Services - (a) Reproduction 15,000 Staff Overheads - (a) Training 25,000 (b) Insurance 12,000 (d) Miscellaneous 2,000 Missions - (a) Missions Official 10,000 Various - (a) Representation and Hospitality 1,000 (d) Appellate Body Members 688,100 (e) Library 10,000 (l) Appellate Body Operating Fund 1,100,000 TOTAL 4,726,000  
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Score: 1004826.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/thewto_e/secre_e/budget06_e.htm
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The WTO’s total budget for the year 2004 is as follows: 2004 Budget for the WTO Secretariat: 157,060,700 CHF; 2004 Budget for the Appellate Body and its Secretariat:  4,715,800 CHF; Total WTO Budget for the year 2004: 161,776,500 CHF    back to top Budget for the WTO Secretariat for the year 2004  SECTION 2004 ( Swiss Francs) Staff (Work/years)   (a) Salary 71,014,000 (b) Pensions 14,267,200 (c) Common Staff costs 13,430,00 Temporary Assistance 15,763,150 Communications - (a) Telecommunications 748,000 (b) Postal charges 1,455,000 Building Facilities - (a) Rental 302,400 (b) Utilities 1,619,500 (c) Maintenance and Insurance 1,193,000 Permanent Equipment 3,219,850 Expendable 1,353,000 Contractual Services - (a) Reproduction 1,380,000 (b) Office Automation 2,192,800 (c) Other 267,000 Staff Overhead - (a) Training 490,000 (b) Insurance 1,861,700 (c) Joint Services 632,000 (d) Miscellaneous 86,500 Missions - (a) Missions Official 1,181,100 (b) Missions Technical 1,383,200 Trade Policy Training Courses 3,881,000 Various - (a) Representation and Hospitality 283,000 (b) Dispute Settlement Panels 1,217,000 (e) Library 578,900 (f) Publications 275,000 (g) Public Information Activities 210,000 (h) External Auditors 40,000 (i) Ministerial Operating Fund 600,000 (j) ISO 57,000 (k) Other 90,000 Unforeseen 100,000 International Trade Centre (ITC) 15,889,400 TOTAL 157,060,700   back to top Budget for the the Appellate Body and its Secretariat for the year 2004  SECTION 2004 (Swiss Francs) Staff (Work/years)   (a) Salary   1,684,900 (b) Pensions 350,100 (c) Common Staff costs 290,500 Temporary Assistance 36,000 Communications - (a) Telecommunications 6,500 Building Facilities - (b) Utilities 13,000 (c) Maintenance and Insurance 5,000 Permanent Equipment 23,000 Expendable 20,000 Contractual Services - (a) Reproduction 15,000 Staff Overheads - (a) Training 25,000 (b) Insurance 9,000 (d) Miscellaneous 2,000 Missions - (a) Missions Official 10,000 Various - (a) Representation and Hospitality 1,000 (d) Appellate Body Members 620,000 (e) Library 8,000 (l) Appellate Body Operating Fund 1,596,800 TOTAL 4,715,800
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Score: 1004826.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/thewto_e/secre_e/budget04_e.htm
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The WTO’s total budget for the year 2004 is as follows: 2005 Budget for the WTO Secretariat: 164,131,000 CHF; 2005 Budget for the Appellate Body and its Secretariat: 4,572,400 CHF; Total WTO Budget for the year 2005: 168,703,400 CHF    back to top Budget for the WTO Secretariat for the year 2005  SECTION 2005 ( Swiss Francs) Staff (Work/years)   (a) Salary 74,749,500 (b) Pensions 14,896,200 (c) Common Staff costs 15,073,000 Temporary Assistance 14,186,750 Communications - (a) Telecommunications 758,000 (b) Postal charges 1,305,000 Building Facilities - (a) Rental 362,400 (b) Utilities 1,619,500 (c) Maintenance and Insurance 1,166,000 Permanent Equipment 2,668,100 Expendable 1,359,000 Contractual Services - (a) Reproduction 1,380,000 (b) Office Automation 2,227,200 (c) Other 332,000 (d) Security Outsourcing Contract 2,125,100  Staff Overhead - (a) Training 490,000 (b) Insurance 1,973,700 (c) Joint Services 177,600 (d) Miscellaneous 46,500 Missions - (a) Missions Official 1,181,100 (b) Missions Technical 1,383,200 Trade Policy Training Courses 3,671,000 Various - (a) Representation and Hospitality 283,000 (b) Dispute Settlement Panels 1,217,000 (e) Library 578,900 (f) Publications 425,000 (g) Public Information Activities 210,000 (h) External Auditors 40,000 (i) Ministerial Operating Fund 600,000 (j) ISO 57,000 (k) Other 90,000 (m) Security Enhancement Programme 1,119,000 Unforeseen 100,000 International Trade Centre (ITC) 16,280,250 TOTAL 164,131,000   back to top Budget for the the Appellate Body and its Secretariat for the year 2005  SECTION 2005 (Swiss Francs) Staff (Work/years)   (a) Salary  1,855,500 (b) Pensions 368,200 (c) Common Staff costs 345,700 Temporary Assistance 36,000 Communications - (a) Telecommunications 6,500 Building Facilities - (b) Utilities 13,000 (c) Maintenance and Insurance 5,000 Permanent Equipment 23,000 Expendable 20,000 Contractual Services - (a) Reproduction 15,000 Staff Overheads - (a) Training 25,000 (b) Insurance 9,000 (d) Miscellaneous 2,000 Missions - (a) Missions Official 10,000 Various - (a) Representation and Hospitality 1,000 (d) Appellate Body Members 688,100 (e) Library 8,000 (l) Appellate Body Operating Fund 1,141,400 TOTAL 4,572,400
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Score: 1004826.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/thewto_e/secre_e/budget05_e.htm
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The WTO’s total budget for the year 2007 is as follows: 2007 Budget for the WTO Secretariat: 176,865,250 CHF; 2007 Budget for the Appellate Body and its Secretariat: 5,111,200 CHF; Total WTO Budget for the year 2007: 181,976,450 CHF    back to top Budget for the WTO Secretariat for the year 2007  Part Section Line Budget 2007 in CHF A Work Years (a) Salary 82,528,400     (b) Pension 16,609,900     (c) Common Staff Costs 15,755,200     (d) Restructuring Plan 1,000,000   Temporary Assistance 13,749,800 B Communications (a) Telecommunications 728,000     (b) Postal Charges 1,305,000   Building Facilities (a) Rental 345,000     (b) Utilities 1,662,000     (c) Maintenance and Insurance 1,656,000   Permanent Equipment 2,320,100   Expendable   1,165,500   Contractual Services (a) Reproduction 1,400,000     (b) Office Automation 2,577,200     (c) Other 257,000     (d) Security Outsourcing 2,880,000 C Staff Overheads (a) Training 1,025,000     (b) Insurance 2,292,500     (c) Joint Services 212,000     (d) Miscellaneous 30,000   Missions (a) Missions Official 1,296,000     (b) Missions Technical 1,503,000   Trade Policy Courses 3,541,000   Various (a) Representation and Hospitality 283,000     (b) Dispute Settlement Panels 1,317,000     (c) Experts 50,000     (e) Library 613,700     (f) Publications 470,000     (g) Public Information Activities 320,000     (h) External Auditors 40,000     (i) Ministerial Operating Fund 600,000     (j) ISO 57,000     (k) Other 80,000     (m) Security Enhancement Programme 330,000   Unforeseen   100,000 D ITC   16,765,950 Grand Total   176,865,250   back to top Budget for the the Appellate Body and its Secretariat for the year 2007  Part Section Line Budget 2007 in CHF A Work Years (a) Salary 2,013,000     (b) Pension 406,500     (c) Common Staff Costs 379,500   Temporary Assistance 65,600 B Communications (a) Telecommunications 6,500   Building Facilities (b) Utilities 13,000     (c) Maintenance and Insurance 5,000   Permanent Equipment 39,000   Expendable   20,000   Contractual Services (a) Reproduction 15,000 C Staff Overheads (a) Training 25,000     (b) Insurance 12,000     (d) Miscellaneous 2,000   Missions (a) Missions Official 10,000   Various (a) Representation and Hospitality 1,000     (d) Appellate Body Members 688,100     (e) Library 10,000     (l) Appellate Body Operating Fund 1,400,000 Grand Total   5,111,200  
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Score: 1004826.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/thewto_e/secre_e/budget07_e.htm
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Even for those entities on track to implement IPSAS, the Board, has highlighted specific risks in the funds and programmes relating to the areas of: a) Property, plant and equipment (previously referred to as Non-expendable properties), (b) Inventories, and (c) Leave balances. (...) The Board observed a number of areas requiring improvement in budget management, including: (i) significant disparities between budget assumptions in several organisations’ budget proposals and relevant historical data, which could not be fully justified; (ii) insufficient discipline in budget implementation; and (iii) limited consideration of programme performance information against financial performance information. 4 Asset Management There were weaknesses in stewardship of assets, including both expendable and non-expendable properties. Controls in place do not provide adequate assurance of the accuracy and completeness of the value of property. (...) There was high risk of loss/wastage from unused Non- expendable property (NEP). This was already reflected in the PKO report which was discussed in the first resumed session of the Fifth committee.
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Score: 1003541 - https://www.un.org/en/auditors...0on%20Fifth%20comm.%202012.pdf
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Even for those entities on track to implement IPSAS, the Board, has highlighted specific risks in the funds and programrnes relating to the areas of: a) Property, plant and equipment (previously refen-ed to as Non-expendable properties), (b) Inventories, and (c) Leave balances. (...) Asset Management There were weaknesses in stewardship of assets, including both expendable and non-expendable properties. Controls in place do not provide adequate assurance of the accuracy and completeness of the value of property. (...) There was high risk of loss/wastage from unused Non- expendable property (NEP). This was already reflected in the PKO report which was discussed in the first resumed session of the Fifth committee.
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Score: 1003541 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...Item_128_BOA_Chair_AOC_BOA.pdf
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World Food Programme Puts Bots to Work - UNICC Skip to content Home Who We Are Clients and Partner Organizations Global Presence Governance and Management History Strategic Partnerships What We Do Common Secure Conference COVID-19 Pandemic Response Data Action Portfolio Gender, Diversity and Inclusiveness Robotic Process Automation: Working Smarter UNICC for the Sustainable Development Goals UNICC’s 50th Anniversary What Makes Us Unique Working with Us News Centre Resources Photo: Unsplash/Kelly World Food Programme Puts Bots to Work Posted on 19 August, 2020 | by William Allen How Robotic Process Automation Helps Organizational Efficiency The UN International Computing Centre opened its Robotic Process Automation Centre of Excellence (CoE) in 2019; the World Food Programme (WFP) was among the first UN Agencies to explore this new range of digital capabilities. With Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solutions, organizations can transform routine, manual data transcription processes with automated software programs that run whenever needed, completing repetitive, rules-based tasks that otherwise expend precious human capital. RPA frees up people to do what people do best – innovate, collaborate, motivate each other and fulfill an organization’s substantive mission and mandate.
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Score: 995883 - https://www.unicc.org/news/202...d-programme-puts-bots-to-work/
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Message by Juan Somavia Director-General of the International Labour Office on the occasion of World Day against Child Labour Statement | Geneva | 10 June 2011 12 June 2011, World Day against Child Labour This year’s World Day against Child Labour puts the spotlight on the plight of 115 million children involved in hazardous work – more than half of the estimated 215 million child labourers in the world. (...) And the economic crisis has put a dampener on global efforts to reach the goal of eliminating the worst forms of child labour by 2016. (...) It is unacceptable that economic growth and development should permit complacency or resignation about child labour or be premised on the expendability of the lives of the most vulnerable. A new ILO Report on “ Children in Hazardous Work: What we know, What we need to do ”, shows that this problem is not confined to developing countries.
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Score: 995883 - https://www.ilo.org/ilc/ILCSes...WCMS_157299/lang--en/index.htm
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