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Remote management client Maintenance Diagnostics Performance monitoring Control functions DHCP, PPP, SIP, IGMP handling Device discovery Control flowManagement flowData flow WAN Interfaces WLAN security Queuing Classification Mapping PSTN interface ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 5 ITU-T QoS Goals o Management of key congestion points • Potential rate mismatches abound o Traffic classification and prioritization • Goal is identification of Service Class • Telco-managed services vs unmanaged services • Special attention for voice/video o Handle Diverse flows in the HG: • WAN LAN (downstream) • LAN WAN (upstream) • LAN-LAN (transit) o Focus on QoS handling within the HG • With guidelines for LAN components ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 6 ITU-T Congestion Points Ethernet Switch Ethernet-PLT bridge Low-rate upstream Access High-rate downstream Access 100 Mbps 100 Mbps <10 Mbps Wireless LAN HG High-rate to low-rate bridge Merging WAN-LAN and transit traffic 100 Mbps 100 Mbps 100 Mbps ADSL example with upstream/downstream mismatch ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 7 ITU-T Managed vs Unmanaged Services o A managed service is a service for which the service provider provides preferential treatment (that can include QoS) • IPTV • Voice • Could also include classifiable LAN-LANflows o Unmanaged services: an unmanaged service is a service for which the service provider has no commitment to the customer (specially in terms of QoS). • Could be: Internet access, peer-peer, general LAN flows…. o Distinguished via classification in the HG ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 8 ITU-T Flow types - details o Managed Services are typically WAN LAN or LAN WAN o LAN-LAN flows are a “grey zone”. Typically these are unmanaged, BUT • Service provider may wish to provide QoS assistance to some LAN-LAN flows • Example: VoD download to be streamed to STB at a later time across the home LAN. o Means to prevent LAN-LAN flows from disrupting managed WAN LAN flows • Fixed queue allocation scheme • Optional deep classification of LAN-LAN flows ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 9 ITU-T QoS Datapath Functions (LAN Side Ingress) Classifica tion DSCP & L2 Marking WAN Class shaping & queuing WAN Port Scheduler & Shaper WAN Egress 1 Upstream Congestion Management LAN Queuing LAN Ports Scheduler LAN Egress 1 LAN Congestion Management LAN Egress 2 LAN Egress n HG traf fic sink Bridging, NAT/ Routing, Firewall HG traff ic source WAN Egress 2 WAN Egress n LAN Ingress 1 LAN Ingress 2 LAN Ingress n ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 10 ITU-T QoS Datapath Functions (WAN side Ingress) Classifica tion DSCP & L2 Marking LAN Queuing LAN Ports Scheduler LAN Egress 1 LAN Congestion Management LAN Egress 2 LAN Egress n HG traffic sink Bridging, NAT/ Routing, Firewall WAN Ingress 1 WAN Ingress 2 WAN Ingress n ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 11 ITU-T Use of DSCP and Layer 2 Markings o The HG provides capabilities of classification and marking at layer 3 (DSCP) o Layer 2 classification in the HG may also be supported o Generally, layer 3 markings (DSCP) are preferred within the LAN • We do not wish to encourage use of VLAN/p-bit tags within the LAN due to concern about ability of already installed equipment to handle them — Must recognize, though, that these tags may be encountered • DSCP is our preferred mechanism to transmit priority information to wifi, powerline, etc. • Recommended DSCP markings consistent with DLNA usage ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 12 ITU-T Classification o Classification requirements well delineated • WAN ingress — Multifield classification upon layer 4, IP and ethernet fields • LAN ingress/WAN egress — Multifield classification upon layer 4, IP and ethernet fields • LAN ingress/LAN egress — Typically, simpler classification based only on MAC SA/DA — Exception handling (multifield classification) for traffic destined to specified LAN ports ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 13 ITU-T Queuing o Egress queuing model o Packets are slotted into egress queues depending on classification and forwarding decisions o Queue requirements • WAN egress – min 5 queues, 8 suggested — strict priority and WRR scheduling o Allows lowest latency to be accorded to voice and flexible allocation to other services — shaping at class and port levels • LAN egress ports – min 4 queues — strict priority and WRR scheduling ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 14 ITU-T Queuing Configuration Example Direction Purpose Scheduling into Port Upstream Voice Strict Priority (highest) Upstream Video Strict Priority (next) Upstream Temporary Voice W1 Weighted Round Robin Upstream Premium Data, GPRS Data, Game Data W2 Weighted Round Robin Upstream Best Effort Data W3 Weighted Round Robin Downstream Value Added Services Strict Priority (highest) Transit Value Added Services Strict Priority (next) Downstream Best Effort Data W2 Weighted Round Robin ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 15 ITU-T Overload Protection o An optional mechanism is defined aimed at preserving QoS of managed service flows in the upstream o Requires identification of flow instance using classification o Before admitting a new managed service flows to the premium queue, performance is first tested in a lower priority queue o This mechanism ensures that already identified flows will not be adversely impacted by newly admitted flows ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 16 ITU-T Congestion Management o Congestion management is a required configurable capability on all queues • Random Early Discard o The purpose is to improve performance of TCP oriented traffic in the presence of congestion • Particularly applicable to upstream link ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 17 ITU-T Management of QoS Functions o Phase 1 release of HGI builds upon DSL Forum protocols for managing HG QoS capabilities o Management from a service provider’s Auto- Configuration Server (ACS) o TR-069 (CWMP) protocol o TR-098 Data Model o HGI specific QoS profile for TR-098 ITU-T Workshop on “End-to-End QoE/QoS“ Geneva, 14-16 June 2006 18 ITU-T What We Did NOT Cover o Connection Admission Control • No full CAC, although we have a simplified CAC and some flow awareness (in the overload protection scheme) • Full CAC requires generalised flow awareness + parameterisation of bandwidth and this is a topic for Phase 2 study o Interaction with LAN QoS signaling, e.g. (...) HGI Timeline HGI Phase 1 Gateway Architecture QoS Goals Congestion Points Managed vs Unmanaged Services Flow types - details QoS Datapath Functions (LAN Side Ingress) QoS Datapath Functions (WAN side Ingress) Use of DSCP and Layer 2 Markings Classification Queuing Queuing Configuration Example Overload Protection Congestion Management Management of QoS Functions What We Did NOT Cover Phase 2 Goals
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Score: 864442.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...06/presentations/s4p2-bees.pdf
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National professional officers National Professional Officers are normally locally recruited and perform functions at the professional level. National Professional Officers are nationals of the country in which they are serving and their functions must have a national context, i.e. functions that require national experience or knowledge of the national language, culture, institutions, and systems. (...) General service staff The functions in the General Service and related categories include administrative, secretarial and clerical support as well as specialized technical functions such as printing, security and buildings maintenance. The work carried out by General Service staff supports the functioning of the Organization and is typically procedural, operational or technical in nature.
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Score: 864345.1 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Afr...20of%20project%20personnel.pdf
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G/55/Rev . 1 Page 4 DRAFT DECISION CONSIDERING that 1) it has not been practicable for the CONTRACTING PARTIES in present circumstances to proceed with the request trade by the Government of Japan to, accede to the General Agreement in accordance with the provisions of Article XXXIII 2) the CONTRACTING PARTIES are desirous meanwhile of associating the Government of Japan with their discussions and deliberations, 3) a number of contracting parties agree by a Declaration of 24 October 1953 that, pending the accession of Japan following tariff negotiations, their commercial relations with that country shallbe governed by the provisions of the General Agreement, and 4) the said Declaration requests the C0NTRACTING PARTIES to perform certain functions comparable in nature to their functions under the General Agreement, THECONTRACTING PARTIES DECIDE to invite the Government of Japan to participate in Sessions of the CONTRACTING PARTIES and of subsidiary bodies established by the CONTRACTING PARTIES; ii) to accept such functions as are necessary for the operation of the Declaration referred to in the preamble to, this Decision; iii); that this Decision shall take effect if approved by not less than two - thirds of the contracting parties and shall continue in effect until the accession of Japan following tariff negotiations with contracting parties or until 30 June 1955 unless it is agreed to extend it to, a later date. (...) DECLARE that (a) pending the conclusion of tariff negotiations with Japan with a view to the accession of that country under the provisions of Article XXXIII, and without prejudice to the freedom of individual contracting parties on the question of such later accession, the commercial relations between the participating contracting parties and Japan shall be based upon the General Agreement as if the provisions of the arrangement for the application of the General agreement to acceding governments, approved by the CONTRACTING PARTIES on 23 October 1951 (Basic Instruments and Selected Documents, Vol.1, pp.111 to 115), were embodied in this Declaration and as if the schedule annexed to this Declaration were the schedule of an acceding government within the terms of the said arrangement; (b) in view of the provisional nature of the status of the islands referred to in Article 3 of the Treaty of Peace with Japan, this Declaration shall not require any modification in the present arrangements for trade between Japan and such islands; G/55/Rev.1 Page 6 (c) the arrangements embodied in this Declaration shall not be applied after the accession of Japan to the General Agreement following tariff negotiations with contracting parties, or after 30 June 1955 unless it has been agreed to extend the validity of this Declaration to a later date; (d) this Declaration shall become effective between Japan and any contracting party on the thirtieth day following the day upon which it will have been signed by Japan and accepted, by that contracting party. 20 REQUEST the CONTRACTING PARTIES to perform such functions as are necessary for the operation of this Declaration. 3. (...) AN N E X Schedule of Tariff Concessions by Japan
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Score: 864009.3 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90670156.pdf
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Score: 863355.9 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/meetings/
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-- Module Schedulerev1-ASN1Module (X.746:02/2000) Schedulerev1-ASN1Module {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part15(15) modules(2)} DEFINITIONS IMPLICIT TAGS ::= BEGIN -- EXPORTS everything IMPORTS NameType -- Recommendation M.3100 FROM ASN1DefinedTypesModule {itu-t(0) recommendation(0) m(13) gnm(3100) informationModel(0) asn1Modules(2) asn1DefinedTypeModule(0)} CMIP-ATTRIBUTE, AttributeSet, Attribute, AttributeId, ObjectClass, ObjectInstance, ActionResult, SetResult, SetListError, ActionError, ModifyOperator, ActionInfo, GetResult, GetListError, GetArgument FROM CMIP-1 {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) cmip(1) modules(0) protocol(3)} DMI-TYPE-IDENTIFIER, SimpleNameType, defaultStopTime FROM Attribute-ASN1Module {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) smi(3) part2(2) asn1Module(2) 1} TimePeriod FROM MetricModule {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part11(11) asn1Module(2) 0}; schedMo OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part15(15) managedObjectClass(3)} schedAtt OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part15(15) attribute(7)} schedNotif OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part15(15) notification(10)} schedPkg OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part15(15) package(4)} schedNb OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part15(15) nameBinding(6)} -- default value definitions defaultDateTranslationList DateTranslationList ::= {} defaultDaysOfMonth DaysOfMonth ::= {daysFromFirst '1111111111111111111111111111111'B, daysFromLast '1111111111111111111111111111111'B} defaultDefaultIndex DefaultIndex ::= 0 defaultIntervalsOfDayWps IntervalsOfDayWps ::= { {intervalStart {hour 0, minute 0, second 0}, intervalEnd {hour 0, minute 0, second 0}} } defaultResynchronizeMode ResynchronizeMode ::= FALSE defaultSequenceOfDays SequenceOfDays ::= {intervalsOfDayWps:defaultIntervalsOfDayWps} defaultSequenceOfMonths SequenceOfMonths ::= {{{daysOfMonth defaultDaysOfMonth, timesOfDayWps intervalsOfDayWps:defaultIntervalsOfDayWps}}} defaultSequenceOfWeeks SequenceOfWeeks ::= {defaultWeekMaskWps} defaultTimePeriod TimePeriod ::= seconds:0 defaultWeekDayTranslationList WeekDayTranslationList ::= {{weekDay sunday, typeOfDay workday}, {weekDay monday, typeOfDay workday}, {weekDay tuesday, typeOfDay workday}, {weekDay wednesday, typeOfDay workday}, {weekDay thursday, typeOfDay workday}, {weekDay friday, typeOfDay workday}, {weekDay saturday, typeOfDay weekend}} defaultWeekMaskWps WeekMaskWps ::= { {daysOfWeek '1111111'B, timesOfDayWps intervalsOfDayWps:defaultIntervalsOfDayWps} } -- supporting productions Date ::= VisibleString(SIZE (8)) -- i.e. (...) ErrorId ::= CHOICE {localValue INTEGER, globalValue OBJECT IDENTIFIER } Schedule ::= CHOICE { daily [0] SequenceOfDays, weekly [1] SequenceOfWeeks, monthly [2] SequenceOfMonths, typeOfDay [3] SequenceOfTypeOfDays } ScheduledManagedObjectsList ::= SET OF SEQUENCE {objectInstance ObjectInstance, activity AttributeId OPTIONAL} SchedulingData ::= SET OF SEQUENCE {indexOrOperSpec [0] IndexOrOperSpec, schedule [1] Schedule, priority [2] INTEGER OPTIONAL} ResynchronizeMode ::= BOOLEAN SequenceOfDays ::= SEQUENCE OF TimesOfDayWps SequenceOfWeeks ::= SEQUENCE OF WeekMaskWps SequenceOfMonths ::= SEQUENCE OF MonthMask SequenceOfTypeOfDays ::= SEQUENCE SIZE (1) OF TypeOfDaysMaskWps -- SIZE(1) because more has no meaning because there is no implied periodicity, contrary to -- SequenceOfDays, SequenceOfWeeks, SequenceOfMonths.
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Score: 862853.9 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...00/Schedulerev1-ASN1Module.asn
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Schedulerev1-ASN1Module (X.746:02/2000) -- Module Schedulerev1-ASN1Module (X.746:02/2000) -- See also ITU-T X.746 (02/2000) -- See also the index of all ASN.1 assignments needed in this document Schedulerev1-ASN1Module {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part15(15) modules(2)} DEFINITIONS IMPLICIT TAGS ::= BEGIN -- EXPORTS everything IMPORTS NameType -- Recommendation M.3100 FROM ASN1DefinedTypesModule {itu-t(0) recommendation(0) m(13) gnm(3100) informationModel(0) asn1Modules(2) asn1DefinedTypeModule(0)} CMIP-ATTRIBUTE, AttributeSet, Attribute, AttributeId, ObjectClass, ObjectInstance, ActionResult, SetResult, SetListError, ActionError, ModifyOperator, ActionInfo, GetResult, GetListError, GetArgument FROM CMIP-1 {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) cmip(1) modules(0) protocol(3)} DMI-TYPE-IDENTIFIER, SimpleNameType, defaultStopTime FROM Attribute-ASN1Module {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) smi(3) part2(2) asn1Module(2) 1} TimePeriod FROM MetricModule {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part11(11) asn1Module(2) 0}; schedMo OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part15(15) managedObjectClass(3)} schedAtt OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part15(15) attribute(7)} schedNotif OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part15(15) notification(10)} schedPkg OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part15(15) package(4)} schedNb OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {joint-iso-itu-t ms(9) function(2) part15(15) nameBinding(6)} -- default value definitions defaultDateTranslationList DateTranslationList ::= {} defaultDaysOfMonth DaysOfMonth ::= {daysFromFirst '1111111111111111111111111111111'B, daysFromLast '1111111111111111111111111111111'B} defaultDefaultIndex DefaultIndex ::= 0 defaultIntervalsOfDayWps IntervalsOfDayWps ::= { {intervalStart {hour 0, minute 0, second 0}, intervalEnd {hour 0, minute 0, second 0}} } defaultResynchronizeMode ResynchronizeMode ::= FALSE defaultSequenceOfDays SequenceOfDays ::= {intervalsOfDayWps:defaultIntervalsOfDayWps} defaultSequenceOfMonths SequenceOfMonths ::= {{{daysOfMonth defaultDaysOfMonth , timesOfDayWps intervalsOfDayWps:defaultIntervalsOfDayWps}}} defaultSequenceOfWeeks SequenceOfWeeks ::= { defaultWeekMaskWps } defaultTimePeriod TimePeriod ::= seconds:0 defaultWeekDayTranslationList WeekDayTranslationList ::= {{weekDay sunday, typeOfDay workday}, {weekDay monday, typeOfDay workday}, {weekDay tuesday, typeOfDay workday}, {weekDay wednesday, typeOfDay workday}, {weekDay thursday, typeOfDay workday}, {weekDay friday, typeOfDay workday}, {weekDay saturday, typeOfDay weekend}} defaultWeekMaskWps WeekMaskWps ::= { {daysOfWeek '1111111'B, timesOfDayWps intervalsOfDayWps:defaultIntervalsOfDayWps} } -- supporting productions Date ::= VisibleString ( SIZE (8) ) -- i.e. (...) ErrorId ::= CHOICE {localValue INTEGER , globalValue OBJECT IDENTIFIER } Schedule ::= CHOICE { daily [0] SequenceOfDays , weekly [1] SequenceOfWeeks , monthly [2] SequenceOfMonths , typeOfDay [3] SequenceOfTypeOfDays } ScheduledManagedObjectsList ::= SET OF SEQUENCE {objectInstance ObjectInstance , activity AttributeId OPTIONAL } SchedulingData ::= SET OF SEQUENCE {indexOrOperSpec [0] IndexOrOperSpec , schedule [1] Schedule , priority [2] INTEGER OPTIONAL } ResynchronizeMode ::= BOOLEAN SequenceOfDays ::= SEQUENCE OF TimesOfDayWps SequenceOfWeeks ::= SEQUENCE OF WeekMaskWps SequenceOfMonths ::= SEQUENCE OF MonthMask SequenceOfTypeOfDays ::= SEQUENCE SIZE (1) OF TypeOfDaysMaskWps -- SIZE(1) because more has no meaning because there is no implied periodicity, contrary to -- SequenceOfDays, SequenceOfWeeks, SequenceOfMonths.
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Score: 862853.9 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...0/Schedulerev1-ASN1Module.html
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ANNEX I ANNEX I AGREEMENT ON COMPRESSED WORK SCHEDULE (Ten Working Days in Nine) I. Staff member: Name: Functional Title: Division/Unit: Ext: Room No: II. Supervisor: Name: Functional Title: Division/Unit: Ext: Room No: III. (...) I understand that a COMPRESSED WORK SCHEDULE is a re-arrangement of working hours that can be altered or withdrawn by (Department/Office).
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Score: 862483 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...W/genderpolicies/ANNEX%20I.pdf
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Decides to establish a working group to prepare a draft decision, inter alia through teleconferences, email and other communication aids, on the future role and functions of the IFCS, including options for its institutional arrangement and consideration of a joint secretariat with SAICM, mindful of the need to avoid duplication, its possible relationship to the ICCM, and its contribution to the implementation of the SAICM, for consideration at Forum VI, 4. (...) Organization of work In order to prepare a "draft decision" , the WG will need to consider a number of things including: · Process for carrying out the work including · Process for drafting the document e.g. consider forming small drafting groups to under take the preparatory work for specific sections. · Scheduling of WG teleconferences: should WG meetings be held in conjunction with FSC teleconferences (e.g. back to back) or separately · Need for a face-to-face meeting: Much work can be accomplished during teleconferences and written correspondence, but it might be anticipated that the finalization of the working or background paper and the draft decision would done in a face to face meeting, for example convened in conjunction with a FSC meeting early in 2008, in order to allow for the in depth discussions required. · Content and structure of document for Forum VI Mandate: draft decision on the future role and functions of the IFCS, including options for its institutional arrangement and consideration of a joint secretariat with SAICM, mindful of the need to avoid duplication, its possible relationship to the ICCM, and its contribution to the implementation of the SAICM · Questions to be addressed · Background & supporting information to be provided · Preparation of an annotated outline for the Forum VI document Information on the "IFCS Forum Sessions - Official Meeting Documents - types and organization" (IFCS/FSC/01.63 rev 2) can be found in the document IFCS Guidelines and Procedures available on the IFCS website at: http://www.who.int/ifcs/documents/ifcs_guidelines_procedures.pdf Time schedule Time Frame Activity 2 March 2007 13h30 GMT 1st WG Teleconference · designation of WG Officers · consider and agreed on work plan, time schedule and process of working · review and provide input on draft list of reference materials t.b.d. (...) Invites all Governments, intergovernmental organizations and non-governmental organizations, including from the private sector, to provide voluntary financial and in-kind resources in support of the secretariat in the fulfilment of its functions. HYPERLINK "http://www.who.int/ifcs/documents/forums/forum3/en/annex1.pdf" http://www.who.int/ifcs/documents/forums/forum3/en/annex1.pdf - 1 -
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Score: 861364.6 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...neral/1st_telecon_schedule.doc
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General Service staff The functions in this category include administrative, secretarial and clerical support as well as specialized technical functions (e.g. security or maintenance). The work carried out by General Service staff supports the functioning of the Organization. 1 Definitions for categories ‘Professional Staff’ ‘General service staff’ and ‘National professional staff’ are based on the definitions of staff categories of the United Nations: https://careers.un.org/lbw/home.aspx? (...) Its extension was approved until 7 February 2022, which was the scheduled end date of Phase II of the programme at the time of the budget preparation.
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Score: 860699.9 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Afr..._WP2.2_Project%20personnel.pdf
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Regional Group Number of Members Africa 9 Asia 9 Eastern Europe 5 Latin America and the Caribbean (Grulac) 7 Western Europe and Others Group (Weog) 10 Rotating State Party from Asia or Grulac 1 Total 41 Principal Functions  The Executive Council is required to carry out all functions and powers entrusted to it by the Convention, as well as any functions delegated to it by the Conference. (...) Among the most important of the Council’s functions are: taking of measures in cases of non-compliance by a State Party, including the submission of recommendations for action to be taken by the Conference; considering and submitting to the Conference the draft OPCW programme and budget; considering and submitting to the Conference the draft report of the Organisation on the status of implementation of the Convention and the report of the Council on the performance of its activities; and making a recommendation to the Conference on the appointment of the Director-General. (...) Between regular sessions it may also hold special meetings as often as may be required for the fulfilment of its powers and functions. Composition 12 May 2021 – 11 May 2022 Chairperson H.E.
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Score: 860088.1 - https://www.opcw.org/about-us/executive-council
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