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Policy implications: The guidance of the Governing Body will inform the implementation of the Office strategy concerning outcome 3 and its flagship programme, including the support that the Office will provide to its constituents. (...) The Office is conducting legal assessments, supporting the drafting of social protection laws in over 14 countries (including in Botswana, Chad and Lebanon). (...) At the regional and subregional levels, the Office is strengthening partnerships, including with the African Union, ASEAN, the Caribbean Community and the European Union.
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Score: 381152.25 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...eetingdocument/wcms_531623.pdf
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Policy implications: The guidance of the Governing Body will inform the implementation of the Office strategy concerning outcome 3 and its flagship programme, including the support that the Office will provide to its constituents. (...) The Office is conducting legal assessments, supporting the drafting of social protection laws in over 14 countries (including in Botswana, Chad and Lebanon). (...) At the regional and subregional levels, the Office is strengthening partnerships, including with the African Union, ASEAN, the Caribbean Community and the European Union.
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Score: 381152.25 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_531623.pdf
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This number represented 107 percent of the total approved positions for this country office. The office has agreed to perform a capacity gap analysis to define the adequate and affordable staffing structure (including contractors) to implement the country programme approved by the board; and to establish a clear strategy for a long- term regular staffing solution.  The country office was operating eight zone offices that were, in most cases, established more than 20 years ago. (...) Complete its Business Continuity Plan (BCP) document by including the emergency measures for the zone offices. iv. (...) However, the audit noted that this committee did not include the management. Agreed action 3 (medium priority): The office agrees to ensure that: i.
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Score: 381125.93 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...ountry-office-audit-report.pdf
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UNHQ DM / OPPBA / PFD or PPBD UNHQ DFS / OUSG or UNHQ DFS / FBFD / Front Office (other) PHRS-BUF-102 Finance and accounting files: General Ledger General ledger transferred from field accounting system, including daily postings and trial balance. (...) T= Event-based trigger A= Archive D= Destroy 4 FUNCTION/ SCHEDULE NUMBER RECORDS CLASS DESCIPTION RECORDS SERIES R E T E N T IO N D IS P O S IT IO N NOTES OFFICE OF RECORDS VITAL PHRS-HRM-112 Administration of justice: unsubstantiated cases Unsubstantiated misconduct files of all field personnel (including seconded officers and UN volunteers). (...) Records that deal with the dynamics of armed conflict, including activities to help resolve them through peaceful processes, such as negotiation processes and good offices.
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Score: 381000.2 - https://archives.un.org/sites/...phrs_big_bucket_final_2016.pdf
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Agreed action 3 (medium priority): The office has agreed to include in the programme results matrix details of the results to be achieved by the field office and to train field office staff to facilitate their understanding of the planned results. (...) However, the office did not include written advocacy strategies or plans in either the 2016-2020 or the current 2021-2025 country programme documents. (...) Low-priority actions, if any, are agreed with the regional office management but are not included in the final report.
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Score: 380750.46 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...Georgia%20Country%20Office.pdf
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Adjust the standard time for processing programme documents to include the entire process, from beginning preparation at zone-office level to PRC approval, and monitor preparation so that bottlenecks can be addressed promptly. (...) Agreed action 10 (medium risk): The office agrees to ensure that: i. The monitoring and evaluation tools and framework include the validation of data obtained from partners during programme monitoring visits. ii. (...) As yet, workplans had not been updated to include specific AAP outputs and activities, nor were they included as a requirement in the office’s partnering and reporting arrangements.
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Score: 380577.25 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...ountry-Office-audit-report.pdf
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Agreed action 2 (medium priority): The office agrees to ensure that: i. Country Management Team meetings consistently include discussion of the office priorities and progress of programme implementation; significant agreed actions are specifically assigned to staff members; and assigned actions are followed up for implementation. ii. (...) The office envisaged that this might include capacity-building advocacy under the umbrella of the Harmonization for Health in Africa (HHA) initiative, participants in which include WHO. (...) The office had started to take action to address some of the gaps in monitoring and evaluation, including supporting the government of Eritrea in establishing systems for data for development and a national M&E network.
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Score: 380392.38 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...Eritrea%20Country%20Office.pdf
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However, the other staff at the country and zone offices, including the chiefs of zone offices and chief of field operations, did not participate in this exercise. (...) In addition, as part of the planning process, the offices and partners are required to develop qualitative or quantitative indicators, including baselines and targets; these should be used to monitor annual progress on achievement of results. (...) This included the results of spot checks on the use of cash transfers, which zone-office staff said they did during field visits to partners.
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Score: 380370.53 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...20Yemen%20Country%20Office.pdf
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The Investigative Office shall take reasonable measures to protect as confidential any non- public information associated with an investigation, including the identity of parties that are the subject of the investigation and of parties providing testimony or evidence. (...) Investigative findings shall be based on facts and related analysis, which may include reasonable inferences. 9. The Investigative Office shall make recommendations, as appropriate, to the Organization’s management that are derived from its investigative findings. 1 This may include indicators of fraud or corruption. 2 This may be applicable to projects executed or implemented by the Organization. 3 Organizations may also include allegations of misconduct by vendors providing goods and services to their Organization as part of their investigatory purpose. 3 10. (...) PROCEDURAL GUIDELINES Sources of Complaints 27. The Investigative Office shall accept all complaints irrespective of their source, including complaints from anonymous or confidential sources. 28.
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Score: 380298.46 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...Guidelines_10th_Conference.pdf
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For example: • The action plans were not embedded in the office’s 2011 and 2012 workplans. • The agenda of the office teams and committees did not systematically address the areas of significant risk to the office as identified in the RCSA. • The Annual Management Plan (AMP) for 2012 defined the office’s programme and operational priorities, but these did not reflect consideration of the nine high-risk areas. • While the office had updated some of its work processes, the update had not systematically incorporated the identified risks, including those related to specific work processes. (...) At the time of audit, the office had introduced a number of new monitoring mechanisms, including an increased number of periodic monitoring visits that included random spot checks to ensure that the reporting of ODF status claimed was accurate. (...) For example, the security incident reports submitted to headquarters did not include the flood that affected the Lagos zone office and resulted in the loss of assets.
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Score: 380298.44 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...Nigeria%20Country%20Office.pdf
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