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ICAO Regional Performance Framework Workshop to provide relevant guidance and obtain feedback from States in the Eastern part of the ICAO EUR Region: Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan), 21-23 May 2013 You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Please enable scripts and reload this page. Turn on more accessible mode Turn off more accessible mode Skip Ribbon Commands Skip to main content Access the footer Turn off Animations Turn on Animations Switch back to default view English | Français | Español | Русский | ICAO Store It looks like your browser does not have JavaScript enabled. (...) This workshop represented an important step towards the finalization of the final Regional Performance Framework document and the relevant guidance material.      Feedbacks collected during the Workshop confirmed the importance of a regional approach to performance measurement and the widespread support of the results achieved so far within this domain.
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Score: 859690.9 - https://www.icao.int/EURNAT/Pa...icles/20130521-kyrgyzstan.aspx
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IMPROVING THE PROCEDURES FOR COMMUNICATION OF INFORMATION AS WELL AS THE QUALITY AND FORMATS OF REPORTS TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The document also provides feedback received on various aspects of the reporting process, such as financing (including financial resources provided by the Global Environment Facility for enabling activities under the Convention), human resources, knowledge, and coordination at various levels. (...) The secretariat and the GM, including through the RCU, should compile relevant information and IC C D /C R IC (1 1 )/1 5 1 8 Outcome Indicator number Indicator Feedback Recommendations for action by CRIC 11 monitor GEF funding disbursement in consultation with the secretariat of the GEF and its implementing agencies as relevant. 5.4 CONS-O- 18 Amount of financial resources and type of incentives which have enabled access to technology by affected country Parties Feedback from reports submitted  See annex II below for the e-SMART assessment. (...) The secretariat provided a total of USD 400,000 to Parties and USD 187,500 to SRAP/RAP entities. Feedback from the survey of non-reporting countries  Parties were not sure which option under the GEF financing for enabling activities they should apply for, nor was it clear what the differences in the procedures and timeframes were
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PowerPoint-Präsentation Energy Saving Meters Using Real Performance Data to Drive Real Performance Geneva, 31st of October 2017 Metering Real Performance is Crucial for Business Models, Standards, Incentivation, Political Effectiveness As-Is-State: Time-delayed annual feedback, monthly payment Problems: • No information about single uses and influencing variables • No feedback- incentivation • Weak indication of energy efficiency Advantages: • Use-specific information • Real-time feedback • Automated user recommendations • High feedback- incentivation (>12%) • Normalization of influencing variables • Indication of real efficiency Examples –applies to thermal energy, buldlings industry etc. Objective: Real-time-feedback on real energy performance The basis for: - Innovative Business and Financing Models - Policy Evaluation - Outcome-Based Standards - Efficiency-Tariffs - … Energy Efficiency Meter Metering Real Energy Efficiency: Some Practices an Approaches Open-Source software (MIT-License) for private companies, utilities and regulators www.openee.io www.meetscoalition.org Transaction structure (incl. utilities, regulators, investors, building owners, architects, standards organization…) Einsparzähler (DE) (Energy Savings Meter) OpenEE (US) MEETS (Seattle) Funding scheme for pilot projects using metered performance. Technology open, buildings, homes, companies. 50/50 funding for enabling and metered performance: • 28 ct/kWh elect.
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Score: 855690.8 - https://unece.org/DAM/energy/s...oct2017/14._Christian_Noll.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - 8.1 ICAO Interregional Workshop 2017 B1 FF-ICE Kim Breivik FPFDE Project Manager Network Strategy & Developments Content  Strategic perspective  FF-ICE  State of play ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 Drivers For Change  ICAO GLOBAL ATM OPERATIONAL CONCEPT (Doc 9854) Envisages an integrated and collaborative ATM system which employs the benefits of Trajectory Based Operations and CDM, enabled in a SWIM environment  ICAO AVIATION SYSTEM BLOCK UPGRADE (ASBU) PROGRAMME A planning framework for global harmonisation & interoperability  SESAR ATM MASTERPLAN & Pilot Common Project Requirement to exchange 4DT from 2022 ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 3 TBO Building Blocks  FF-ICE  SWIM  ADS-C EPP  Sharing & coordination processes with all parties involved (airlines, CFSP, ANSP, aircraft, etc.) 4ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 5 Trajectory Based Operations Years  Months MinutesDays Hours  Depart In Flight Long‐term  Planning Mid‐term  Planning Tactical Planning Execution AUO DCB AOM TS CM Capacity Management Flow Management Scheduling Flight Planning Separation Provision Traffic Synchronisation Re‐optimisation ATFM ATC AM AU AM    Airspace Management ATFM  Air Traffic Flow Management AU  Airspace User ATC  Air Traffic Control AO Aerodrome Operator AO Departure AO  Arrival AO  C ol la bo ra tio n A0 Current Limitations  Limited collaborative planning amongst ATM, aerodrome operators & aircraft operators  Less than optimum use of scarce resources such as airspace  Limited facilities for real time information exchange amongst ATM actors resulting in less than optimal response to real time events & changes in operational requirements  Limited ability to maximise the benefits of advanced avionics Resulting In: INEFFICIENT AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 6 Aims  Ensure that definitions of flight & flow information are machine readable and globally standardised  Incorporate information for increased CDM from the planning phase until the end of the operation  Facilitate 4-D Trajectory Based Operations  Allow operators to detail their performance capabilities  Allow for an early indication of flight intent  Avoid unnecessary limitations on information availability  Allow for the provision of security requirements  Consider the cost impact on providers and consumers of flight & flow information ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 7 Benefits To Be Delivered  Capacity - Reduced controller workload and increased data fidelity supporting improved capacity  Efficiency – better knowledge of aircraft capabilities, operator preferences & ATM constraints facilitates efficiency improvements  Flexibility – greater accuracy facilitates flexibility, quicker adaptation of route changes  Global Interoperability – A new mechanism for FPL filing and information sharing will facilitate flight data sharing amongst all actors  FF-ICE/1 will facilitate CDM, the implementation of systems interconnection for information sharing & trajectory negotiation before departure thus improving capacity & efficiency  Safety – more accurate flight information & dynamic management of TBO ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 8 ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 9  FF-ICE FF-ICE  Three phases  FF-ICE/1 – pre-departure enables the sharing and negotiation* of the planned trajectory between AU and ATM • Negotiation = systematic exchange of feedback  FF-ICE/2 – extend capability into post-departure phase  FF-ICE/3 – aircraft in the loop – TBO clearances 10ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 FF-ICE/1  FF-ICE includes:  ICAO Provisions : ATMRPP  Flight Information eXchange Model (FIXM) : Industry partnership  Applicability Date 2020  Scope FF-ICE/1 (information):  FPL 2012  ASBU Block 1 flight information needs  pre-departure  GUFI (Global Unique Flight Identifier)  Submission and Maintenance process  4D Trajectory elements inc. flight performance  Fleet prioritisation, Airport Slot, Dangerous Goods  Capabilities e.g. A-RNP  “Planning” phase – route/4DT negotiation 11 IATA HQ Active involvement ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 FF-ICE Flight Planning Services ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 12 An exchange of flight planning related information within a SWIM environment Flight Planning Services Filing Service (Mandatory)Planning Service (Optional) Preliminary Flight Plan Message Flight Plan Update Message Flight Plan Cancellation Message Submission Response Message Planning Status Message Trial Service (Optional) Trial Request Message Submission Response Message Trial Status Message Filed Flight Plan Message Flight Plan Update Message Flight Plan Cancellation Message Flight Departure Message Flight Arrival Message Submission Response Message Filing Status Message Flight Information Service (Mandatory) Request Flight Plan Information Message Flight Plan Information Response MessagePublication Service (Optional) FF-ICE/1 Content - Submission / Distribution procedures  State responsible for Dept. to publish applicable procedure(s):  AU to submit via ASP or  AU to submit directly to concerned parties (ANSPs, etc.)  If State responsible for Dept. fails to publish a procedure for FF-ICE submission:  AU may submit directly to concerned parties (ANSPs, Airports, etc. or  AU may submit via an eASP having published its willingness to perform the tasks for the flight concerned  If none of the above apply, the AU shall submit an FPL in accordance with current provisions ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 13 FF-ICE/1 Content - Filing Service - Filed Flight Plan (eFPL)  Analogous process to today  Contains all required information  Information used for provision of ATS services  Distribution to all concerned in appropriate format & via appropriate network(s)  Feedback  Submission Response (ACK, MAN, REJ)  Synchronous response  Error indication as appropriate  Filing Status  May be asynchronous  Route / 4DT feedback (Acceptable, Not Acceptable)  Error indication as appropriate ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 14 FF-ICE/1 Content - Planning Service (‘Preliminary Flight Plan’)  An optional service – recommended to be provided by eASPs with many constraints and/or providing an ATFM service  May contain limited information – intent to fly  ‘Preliminary Flight Plan’ used for planning purposes only  Performed only with eASP, as determined/required by AU  Feedback  Submission Response (ACK, MAN, REJ) - almost never rejected  Synchronous response  Error indication as appropriate - error plus cause (reference to constraint)  Planning Status  May be asynchronous  Route / 4DT feedback (Concur, Negotiate, Non-Concur)  Error indication as appropriate - error plus cause (reference to constraint)  Route / 4DT proposal (optional) ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 15 Improvement Cycle  Plan – “An organised (and usually detailed) proposal according to which something is to be done”  Requires collaboration  Predictability is achieved through the creation, maintenance and adherence to a plan  Requires collaboration  Flexibility – “capacity for ready adaptation to various purposes or conditions”  Requires collaboration Planning PredictabilityFlexibility ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 16 Improvement Cycle [2] Planning • Schedule / Historic Data • Early Intent & Collaborative Planning (Preliminary FP) • eFPL (4DT) • AOP Integration: A-CDM • Short term feedback: SID/STAR/PTRs/EPP Predictability • Capacity, Occupancy Counts • CPRs, 4DT sharing / publication, EPP Flexibility • AU Priorities UDPP, Fleet Prioritisation • AU operational needs • Unforeseen events, disruption handling ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 17 FF-ICE/1 Content - Trial Service (‘Trial Request’)  An optional service – recommended to be provided by eASPs with many constraints and/or providing an ATFM service  Can only be used when a Preliminary or Filed flight plan already exists  Not retained or used by ATM  Feedback  Submission Response (ACK, MAN, REJ)  Synchronous response  Error indication as appropriate - error plus cause (reference to constraint)  (Trial) Planning Status  May be asynchronous  Route / 4DT feedback (Concur, Negotiate, Non-Concur)  Error indication as appropriate - error plus cause (reference to constraint)  Route / 4DT proposal (optional) ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 18 TBO Prerequisites  Higher granularity / fidelity –> discrepancies are immediately obvious - no hiding place  Consistent AIM/ATM data  Airports, ATS routes, Airspaces, etc.  Constraints – static, dynamic, ATFM measures  Met data  Same Met data / knowledge of Met data applied Sabre Flight Management User Workshop – September 2017 19 Trajectory Prediction - Today Business parameters, Flight parameters, Fuel costs, ATM procedures & constraints De-fault flight parameters ATM procedures & constraints Operator ATM * No collaboration ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 20 Trajectory Prediction - Tomorrow Business parameters, Flight parameters, Fuel costs, ATM procedures & constraints De-fault flight parameters ATM procedures & constraints Operator ATM Collaborative process ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 21  State of Play ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 22 Provisions Development Focused on transition:  Annexes  Annex 2 – submission procedure  Annex 15 – the need to publish requirements and capabilities with regard to FF-ICE  PANS-ATM  Chapter 4 – inclusion of additional new format flight plan  New Chapter 17 ‘FF-ICE Messages’ – procedures related to FF-ICE  Manual on FF-ICE (Doc.9965)  New Part – ‘Implementation Guidance’ – guidance material including material expected to be ‘elevated’ to a new PANS-ATM Appendix in due time 23ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 Provisions Timeline 24ICAO Interregional Workshop – September 2017 Implementation Considerations  Benefit driven - No big bang  Mixed mode  Data: Enabled (FF-ICE) / Non-enabled (FPL2012) – even for the same flight plan!
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Score: 849522.4 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...regional%20Workshop%202017.pdf
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Programme You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Please enable scripts and reload this page. Turn on more accessible mode Turn off more accessible mode Skip Ribbon Commands Skip to main content Access the footer Turn off Animations Turn on Animations Switch back to default view English | ICAO Store It looks like your browser does not have JavaScript enabled. (...) Conflict Zones Risk Information ICAO / Meetings & Events / ICAO Seminar on the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA) / Programme Home Registration Online Registration Programme Currently selected Documentation Sponsorship and exhibition Information for Delegates Other Events Media Accreditation Programme   Resume Page Content   10 May 2017​​ ​ 09.00 – 09.30 Opening Ceremony – Objectives of the seminar 09.30 – 10.30 Introductory Presentation ICAO's policy on aviation and climate change, including a basket of measures Overview of the 2017 ICAO Regional Seminars on CORSIA ICAO States' Action Plans initiative Overview of the CORSIA 10.30 – 11.00 Coffee Break 11.00 – 12.30 CORSIA and Resolution A39-3 (Part 1) Presentation on participation in CORSIA and emissions coverage Phased implementation: pilot, first and second phases Voluntary participation and RTK criteria; exemptions Route-based approach New entrants; no redistribution; compliance cycle Overview of the illustrative exercise 1 from regional seminars: Participation and emissions coverage in CORSIA Questions and answers Feedback report on the results of the exercise 1 from regional seminars 12.30 – 14.00 Lunch Break 14.00 – 15.30 CORSIA and Resolution A39-3 (Part 2) Presentation on distribution of offsetting requirements in CORSIA Calculation of emissions baseline Dynamic approach; individual and collective share in calculation of offsetting requirements Overview of the illustrative exercise 2 from regional seminars: Calculation of offsetting requirements in CORSIA Questions and answers Feedback report on the results of the exercise 2 from regional seminars 15.30 – 16.00 Coffee Break 16.00 – 17.00 CORSIA Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) System Presentation on CORSIA MRV System Overview of MRV procedures; purpose of MRV Information on expected roles and responsibilities in the MRV process; what States and operators need to do in order to implement MRV Overview of the illustrative exercise 3 from regional seminars: Development of CORSIA CO 2 emissions report Questions and answers   ​11 May 2017​ ​ 09.00 – 09.15 Recap of Day 1 09.15 – 09.30 CORSIA MRV System (cont'd) Feedback report on the results of the exercise 3 from regional seminars 09.30 – 10.15 Emissions Units and Registries Presentation on emissions units and registries What is an emissions unit, and how emissions units are being created How the environmental integrity of emissions units is ensured Information on carbon markets and how to access them Roles and responsibilities in the CORSIA registry system 10.15 – 10.45 Coffee Break 10.45 – 11.30 Emissions Units and Registries (cont'd) Overview of the illustrative exercise 4 from regional seminars: CORSIA data and information flow Questions and answers Feedback report on the results of the exercise 4 from regional seminars 11.30 – 12.30 Roundtable 1 Key highlights and lessons learned from the regional seminars 12.30 – 14.00 Lunch Break 14.00 – 14.30 CORSIA Implementation Presentation on States' current readiness and timeline for CORSIA implementation Questions and answers 14.30 – 15.30 Roundtable 2 Key takeaway messages, including further needs for capacity building and assistance for CORSIA implementation 15.30 – 16.00 Coffee Break 16.00 – 16.30 Summary and ​Closing remarks To download the agenda ​follow  this​ link .   ​
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ACTION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY AND PROSPERITY IN AFRICA: EMBRACING POLICY DELIVERY AND IMPLEMENTATION THROUGH THE AFRICAN MINISTERIAL CONFERENCE ON THE ENVIRONMENT
This feedback loop will also enable further upscaling of success stories. 44. (...) Section 5 of the Paris Agreement as well as SDG 17 underscore the need for such inclusive partnerships involving both state and non-state actors to combine efforts in environment and climate action – with state actors leading in creating an enabling policy and regulatory environment to incentivise non-state actors to invest in operational level solutions that also feedback to further refine policy. 63. (...) This then calls for an effective feedback loop from ground-level actions in implementing AMCEN/17/3 10 decisions, back to inform policy positions; a system of coherent feedback and accountability.
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The Office maintains full confidentiality when reporting systemic issues or providing upward feedback, meaning that it is not possible to identify specific colleagues or situations. (...) Upward feedback can be either location-based feedback (e.g., something affecting the staff working in a specific duty station) or thematic feedback. (...) The conflict-resolution expert does, however, expect that stakeholders and managers receiving confidential feedback regarding issues in their areas of control will look into the matters further and, where appropriate, take action in accordance with their mandate and lines of accountability.
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Score: 841165.3 - https://www.un.org/ombudsman/node/784
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The Office maintains full confidentiality when reporting systemic issues or providing upward feedback, meaning that it is not possible to identify specific colleagues or situations. (...) Upward feedback can be either location-based feedback (e.g., something affecting the staff working in a specific duty station) or thematic feedback. (...) The conflict-resolution expert does, however, expect that stakeholders and managers receiving confidential feedback regarding issues in their areas of control will look into the matters further and, where appropriate, take action in accordance with their mandate and lines of accountability.
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Score: 841165.3 - https://www.un.org/ombudsman/our-services/organization
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MEETING OF THE METEOROLOGY PANEL (METP) WORKING GROUP MOG SEVENTH MEETING Offenbach, Germany, 11 to 13 April 2018 Agenda Item 6: Matters relating to WAFS 3.2 Other Operational Matters REVIEW OF WAFC SIGWX FEEDBACK MECHANISM (Presented by the WAFC Provider States) SUMMARY This Study Note provides the opportunity for the group to review the current guidelines provided to aerodrome meteorological offices in Doc 8896 – Manual of Aeronautical Practice, with regards to providing feedback on WAFC SIGWX forecasts. (...) INTRODUCTION 1.1 This paper provides the opportunity for the group to review and update the guidelines provided to aerodrome meteorological offices regarding the provision of feedback on WAFC SIGWX forecasts. 1.2 The current guidelines are not considered to be generating the most useful type of feedback that the WAFCs would like to receive, and the WAFCs would like to update the guidance contained within Doc-8896 – Manual of Aeronautical Practice. 2. DISCUSSION 2.1 It is the view of both WAFCs that the current guidelines given to aerodrome meteorological offices in Doc-8896 Appendix 5, regarding notifying the WAFCs about discrepancies in the SIGWX forecasts, are not generating useful feedback. Most of the feedback being received relates to minor differences in NWP and is received after the SIGWX forecast has been issued.
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Score: 841091.8 - https://www.icao.int/airnaviga...ting-%20Doc%208896)%20v1.1.pdf
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EVALUATION : REPORT OF THE ADMINISTRATOR : UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
RETHINKING EVALUATION FOR FEEDBACK, LEARNING AND STRATEGY FORMULATION .................................................... 8 95-05423 (E) 200395 /... (...) Evaluation for learning and feedback was not the major purpose of the review system; (c) Towards responsibility for project/programme evaluation UNDP expanded its role in evaluating project results when it introduced, in 1977, the Projects and Programmes Manual to enable more systematic review of results and to begin to build a capability for examining the lessons from project evaluation. (...) DP/1995/18 English Page 14 (f) Facilitate more direct and relevant learning from the project, enabling more effective integration of feedback into new programmes, as well as adjustments to current activities. 17.
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