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Responsibilities delegated by the Secretary-General, to the Deputy Secretary-General included the following: To assist the Secretary-General in managing the operations of the Secretariat; To act for the Secretary-General at United Nations Headquarters in the absence of the Secretary-General and in other cases as may be decided by the Secretary-General; To support the Secretary-General in ensuring inter-sectoral and inter-institutional coherence of activities and programmes and to support the Secretary-General in elevating the profile and leadership of the United Nations in the economic and social spheres, including further efforts to strengthen the United Nations as a leading centre for development policy and development assistance; To represent the Secretary-General at conferences, official functions and ceremonial and other occasions as may be decided by the Secretary-General; To undertake such assignments as may be determined by the Secretary-General. (...) On 3 March 2006,  Mark Malloch Brown  was appointed as Deputy Secretary-General. He assumed his new functions on 1 April following the departure of his predecessor Louise Fréchette. (...) Deputy Secretary-General About the Post Daily Schedule Statements Press Encounters Readouts On the Job Daily Schedule Appointment Process Role of the Secretary-General Former Secretaries-General Official Travels The Team Deputy Secretary-General Senior Management Group Global Leadership Messengers of Peace Resources Annual Report on the Work of the Organization Coordinator for Multilingualism Public Disclosure Opinion pieces/Op-eds Photos Quicklinks UN News Secretariat Department of Global Communications Spokesperson's Office United Nations Donate Facebook UN twitter Instagram Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice Fraud Alert FAQ Contact
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Score: 854285.8 - https://www.un.org/sg/en/dsg/dsgabout.shtml
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RCUN 2018 for web.xlsx Function Abbr. No Activity Description and notes Retention Disposition Instructions Office of Record Old Schedule No. (...) Requests for short order (under $10,000) are stored in Umoja Procurement Division RCUN124 RCUN125 RCUN130 Records Retention Policy Records Common to All United Nations Offices Issued: 2018 To be revised: 2020 O F F IC E S U P P O R T ADM UN Archives and Records Management Section- 2018 Function Abbr. No Activity Description and notes Retention Disposition Instructions Office of Record Old Schedule No. (...) C+1 D Staff individual leave request is kept in Umoja OHRM RCUN139 RCUN144 RCUN214 Travel administration File here: travel requests and authorization; Laissez- passer requests; yearly travel plans C+1 D Records of travel requests and approvals are stored in Umoja CAS RCUN140 B U D G E T A N D F IN A N C E BUF H U M A N R E S O U R C E S HRM UN Archives and Records Management Section- 2018 Function Abbr. No Activity Description and notes Retention Disposition Instructions Office of Record Old Schedule No.
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Score: 853879.3 - https://archives.un.org/sites/...M_PDFs/rcun_2018_for_web_0.pdf
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The revised Recommendation H.263 in 1998, which is the extensions to the Recommendation H.263 adding more functionalities as well as coding efficiency improvements, is planned to be approved by SG16 meeting in January 1998. However, Q.15/16 recognizes that there still be a potential need for the new video coding algorithm which will much improve video quality and will cover more functionalities not supported by other standards. Accordingly, Q.15/16 initiates the H.26L new generation video coding standardization activity, which targets more efficient video coding than and the functionalities not been supported by the existing standards (e.g. (...) The following is the time schedule of H.26L development. Since the meeting dates of SG16 in 1999 and 2000 shown below is tentative, the time schedule will be slightly modified according to the SG16 meeting schedule set up by ITU-TSB.
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Score: 853879.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...video-site/9712_Eib/q15c46.doc
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Information about the dialogue between the Chairpersons of the functional commissions and the ECOSOC on 10 July 2007 5. (...) Information about the dialogue between the chairpersons of the functional commissions and ECOSOC on 10 July 2007 On behalf of the UNFF Bureau, Mr. Purnama had participated in the dialogue between the chairpersons of the functional commissions of ECOSOC, and in the meeting with the ECOSOC Bureau on 10 July 2007 in Geneva, Switzerland.
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Score: 853783.4 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...s/2012/05/minutes_06092007.pdf
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Sheet1 UNITED NATIONS OFFICE OF LEGAL AFFAIRS RETENTION SCHEDULE - DECEMBER 2015 FUNCTION/ SCHEDULE NUMBER RECORDS GROUP DESCRIPTION RECORDS SERIES RETENTION DISPOSITION NOTES OFFICE OF RECORD VITAL RECORD Office of Legal Affairs Programme Work OLA.001 All OLA records related to the administration, monitoring and implementation of the programme of work of the Office of Legal Affairs All substantive records generated as a result of carrying out OLA's core functions and mandates. (...) P A OUSG, OLC, GLD, COD, ITLD, DOALOS, Treaty V Depositary and Certification Functions OLA.002 Discharging of the Secretary-General's functions with materials deposited to them, including the depositary practice.  All materials held by OLA in performance of the Secretary-General's depositary function including: treaties, credentials,  agreements, maps, records, nautical charts, lists of geographical coordinates deposited under the United Nations Convention of the Law of the Sea and related correspondence, and any other deposited materials for the certification of legal instruments issued on behalf of the United Nations.
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Score: 852551 - https://archives.un.org/sites/..._version_for_arms_website.xlsx
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According to the United States, the European Communities and its member States now impose duties on these products contrary to their scheduled duty-free tariff concessions arising from the ITA. (...) STBCs (set-top boxes which have a communication function) Concerning certain EC measures that resulted in dutiable tariff treatment of certain set-top boxes which have a communication function (STBCs), the panel concluded that: With respect to the CNEN 2008/C 112/03 which operates in conjunction with the CN, that: The measures direct national customs authorities to classify under dutiable headings some set top boxes which incorporate a device performing a recording or reproducing function and retain the essential character of a set top box and that fall within the scope of the STBCs narrative description in the Annex to the EC Schedule.  (...) The regulation does not require the dutiable treatment of non-ADP MFMs with a facsimile function.  Therefore, the European Communities has not acted inconsistently with Article II:1(b) of the GATT 1994 with respect to non-ADP MFMs with a facsimile function as the measure does not impose duties in excess of those provided for in the EC Schedule
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Score: 852448.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/dispu_e/cases_e/ds375_e.htm
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FCS PORS PHRS Crosswalk Final 2015 REV1.xlsx Peacekeeping File Classification Plan and Retention Schedule (For UNHQ and Field Missions ) 2015 R e te n ti o n P e ri o d D is p o s it io n O ff ic e o f R e c o rd R e te n ti o n C o d e R e te n ti o n P e ri o d D is p o s it io n O ff ic e o f R e c o rd R e te n ti o n C o d e BUF 01 Planning, strategy Records relating to the planning and strategies of the Function's administrative, substantive and logistical activities. (...) Activity Description and Notes V it a l CIV 01 Planning, strategy Records relating to the planning and strategies of the Function's administrative, substantive and logistical activities. (...) Records relating to the Functions training initiatives. P A UNHQ DPKO / PBPS / Civil Affairs Unit PHRS-CIV-101 P A Mission Civil Affairs Component PKO-CIV-101 06 Reference Documents relating to references supporting the Functions work.
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Score: 851224.2 - https://archives.un.org/sites/..._crosswalk_final_2015_rev1.pdf
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Insertion of new section 8. Functions of the Chief Executive Officer 9. Insertion of new section 10. (...) Reserved List – (1) In subsections 3(1) and (3) of the Principal Act for every mention of “the Schedule” substitute “Schedule 1”. (2) After section 3(3) of the Principal Act, insert: “(4) The Reserved List in Schedule 1 may be reviewed and amended by regulations.”. 5. (...) Traditional elei garment designing and printing SCHEDULE 2 (Section 4(1)) RESTRICTED LIST The direct or indirect carrying on of any aspect of business or activity in an economic sector specified in column 2 or economic sub-sector specified in column 3 of this Schedule is subject to the conditions specified in column 4 of this Schedule.
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Score: 851057.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/sam_e/WTACCSAM17A4_LEG_1.pdf
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Members are also invited to contact the Secretariat to: (1) request login details for this function; (2) schedule one-on-one training sessions with the Secretariat (in person or via Skype). (...) Check out our introductory video for additional information on this new function www.wto.org/vidagims. http://agims.wto.org/ http://spsims.wto.org http://tbtims.wto.org mailto:agims@wto.org http://www.wto.org/vidagims Quick AnSwerS to your QueStionS · What agricultural policies are being applied by my main trading partners in the area of domestic support? (...) This function is password protected and available to the Missions and authorized entities.
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Score: 850584.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/agric_e/vidagims_e.pdf
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Eliminating Chemical Weapons Preventing Re-emergence Supporting National Implementation Promoting Chemistry for Peace Ensuring Preparedness Responding to the Use of Chemical Weapons Supporting Victims Achieving Universality The Convention The Convention Articles Articles Preamble Article I – General Obligations Article II – Definitions and Criteria Article III – Declarations Article IV – Chemical Weapons Article V – Chemical Weapons Production Facilities Article VI – Activities Not Prohibited Under this Convention Article VII – National Implementation Measures Article VIII – The Organization Article IX – Consultations, Cooperation and Fact‑Finding Article X – Assistance and Protection Against Chemical Weapons Article XI – Economic and Technological Development Article XII – Measures to Redress a Situation and to Ensure Compliance, including Sanctions Article XIII – Relation to Other International Agreements Article XIV – Settlement of Disputes Article XV – Amendments Article XVI – Duration and Withdrawal Article XVII – Status of the Annexes Article XVIII – Signature Article XIX – Ratification Article XX – Accession Article XXI – Entry Into Force Article XXII – Reservations Article XXIII – Depositary Article XXIV – Authentic Texts Annexes Annexes Annex on Chemicals Annex on Chemicals Annex on Chemicals Schedule 1 Schedule 2 Schedule 3 Confidentiality Annex Verification Annex Verification Annex Part I – Definitions Part II – General Rules of Verification Part III – General Provisions for Verification Measures Pursuant to Articles IV, V and VI, Paragraph 3 Part IV(A) – Destruction of Chemical Weapons and Its Verification Pursuant to Article IV Part IV(B) – Old Chemical Weapons and Abandoned Chemical Weapons Part V – Destruction of Chemical Weapons Production Facilities and Its Verification Pursuant to Article V Part VI – Regime for Schedule 1 Chemicals and Facilities Related to such Chemicals Part VII – Regime for Schedule 2 Chemicals and Facilities Related to such Chemicals Part VIII – Regime for Schedule 3 Chemicals and Facilities Related to such Chemicals Part IX – Regime for other Chemical Production Facilities Part X – Challenge Inspections Pursuant to Article IX Part XI – Investigations in cases of Alleged Use of Chemical Weapons Download the Convention Media Centre Media Centre News Speeches and Statements B-Roll Video Footage OPCW Logo OPCW by the Numbers Featured Topics Featured Topics ChemTech Centre Project Investigation and Identification Team (IIT) Case of Mr Alexei Navalny Syria and the OPCW Decision: Addressing the Threat from Chemical Weapons Use Public Information Requests and Media Guidelines Resources Resources Documents Documents Annual Reports Conference of States Parties Conference of States Parties CSP-26 CSP-25 More… Executive Council Executive Council EC-99 EC-98 More… Technical Secretariat Technical Secretariat 2022 2021 More… Subsidiary Bodies Subsidiary Bodies Advisory Board on Education and Outreach Advisory Body on 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National Implementation National Implementation National Implementation Framework Model Implementing Legislation Legislation Compendium Assistance and Protection Assistance and Protection Medical Aspects of Assistance and Protection Against Chemical Weapons Practical Guide for Medical Management of Chemical Warfare Casualties ChemTech Centre Project Science and Technology Education and Outreach OPCW Agreements Catalyst Work with Us Work with Us Our Internal Vision Diversity & Inclusion Employment Internships Business Opportunities Calendar Technical Secretariat Facilitating the implementation of the Convention The OPCW Technical Secretariat assists the Conference of the States Parties and the Executive Council in performing their tasks and carries out the Chemical Weapons Convention’s verification measures.  It also carries out other functions entrusted to it under the Convention as well as those functions delegated to it by the Conference and the Council. (...) Verification The Technical Secretariat is responsible for implementing the Convention’s verification measures Leadership The head of the Technical Secretariat is the  Director-General . Functions Among its duties, the Technical Secretariat: prepares and submits the draft budget to the Council; prepares annual reports on the implementation of the Convention; handles day-to-day communications to and from Member States (including declarations); disseminates information on the CWC through seminars and public relations activities; provides technical assistance to States Parties to enable full implementation of the CWC; negotiates verification agreements with Member States, subject to approval by the Council; conducts on-site inspections; assists development by Member States of programmes to protect against chemical weapons; and, supports and fosters international cooperation in chemistry for peaceful purposes.
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Score: 849750.5 - https://www.opcw.org/about/technical-secretariat
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