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The audit confirmed that the strategy notes did define government accountabilities and responsibilities that had not been included in the Joint Action Plan. The office had also consulted the Regional Office as to how to address these gaps, and had received support from it regarding the process. (...) The office has also reviewed the guidelines for spot checks of liquidations and the reporting process, and has updated the UNICEF HACT Team’s role to include greater emphasis and accountability for monitoring the use of spot check tools. (...) Low-priority actions, if any, are agreed with the country-office management but are not included in the final report.
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Score: 385139.5 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...epublic%20Country%20Office.pdf
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Meanwhile, the office’s mitigation measures included using short-term staff on stretch Internal Audit of the South Africa Country Office (2016/06) 8 ________________________________________________________________________________ assignments and consultancies. (...) The audit noted that the office’s recruitment plan did not include sufficient planning information or specify alternative action that could be taken to mitigate any delays. (...) Agreed action 7 (medium priority): The office agrees to: i. Clarify responsibilities for the advocacy function within the officeincluding Internal Audit of the South Africa Country Office (2016/06) 13 ________________________________________________________________________________ accountabilities for relevant staff — and reflect these clarifications within the workplans, where relevant. ii.
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Score: 385084.23 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...ountry-Office-audit-report.pdf
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Agreed action 1 (medium priority): In preparation for the mid-term review planned for June 2013, the country office agrees to review the overall staffing structure of the country office and its adequacy in delivering the planned programme results, including those related to the TB and Malaria programmes. (...) This is intended to include regular generation of the general ledger account balances of the office, and review of the appropriateness of the balances and the accounting entries (based on spot checks) and timely action to correct errors identified. (...) Low-priority actions, if any, are agreed with the country-office management but are not included in the final report.
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Score: 385037.55 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...0(DPRK)%20Country%20Office.pdf
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The office stated that ORE was not specifically included in the resource mobilization strategy because the emergency activities were mainstreamed in the regular programme. (...) In 2017, the office transferred US$ 10.5 million to 17 partners rated as low risk (this includes non-liquidated DCTs). (...) Low-priority actions, if any, are agreed with the country- office management but are not included in the final report.
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Score: 384917.53 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...ountry-Office-audit-report.pdf
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   Human resource management, including the staffing structure and its alignment to  the needs of the Office of Research (...) They  therefore play an  important role  (including oversight of performance of country offices)  in  UNICEF’s research function.     (...) However,  the total would cover a wide range of activities by country and regional offices and other officesincluding evaluations, pilot activities, and studies preparatory to programme design.  
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Score: 384827.3 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...F%20Office%20of%20Research.pdf
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All the above areas were covered in this audit. It included the structures that support WASH, and as these are often those that support the work of the country office in general, this report covers some areas that would also be part of a normal full-scope country-office audit. (...) Agreed action 1 (medium priority): The office agrees to: i. Review the terms of reference of the CMT including membership composition and consider expanding its membership participation to include the programme chiefs and chiefs of field offices in order to benefit from the collective wisdom and experience of the chiefs and their unique perspectives. (...) Establish a structured way of monitoring the office priorities as contained in the Annual Management Plan (AMP), including monitoring by the CMT. iii.
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Score: 384760.74 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...ountry-office-audit-report.pdf
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The office has agreed to take a number of steps, including an independent stocktaking of the warehouse. (...) Systematic clearance of CRC minutes by all parties involved, including the submitting officer and the Secretary of the CRC. iv. (...) The audit noted that this role had instead been assigned to 17 staff members who did not have the profile for the role, including operations and programme officers and specialists.
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Score: 384233.15 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...%20Mali%20Country%20Office.pdf
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Review the support provided by the Regional Offices in the regional preparatory processes for major ITU conferences, including PP, WTSA, WTDC, WRC, and the support of Regional Offices for the major global ITU events taking place in the respective regions; 12. (...) Assessing mechanisms to strengthen the expertise in the regional offices, including whether the mobility policy can be applied in ITU; c. (...) Profile of desirable structure of the regional offices/presence, including optimal number and location of regional offices, managerial objectives serving the strategic direction of the organization and staff skills required to implement those objectives; 4.
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Score: 384116.16 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...ional-Presence_background.docx
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Examples included four staff members who had the roles of both Receiving and Certifying Officer, and five staff with both the Authorizing and Releasing officer roles. (...) However, there were discrepancies between the office role-mapping and those in the ToA. Moreover, the document did not include responsibilities of SCPC staff members, although these were relevant to various work processes of the office (see also the following observation, Staff responsibilities). (...) Agreed action 4 (medium priority): The office agrees to develop an action plan to mitigate identified risks that includes staff responsible and target dates.
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Score: 384045.78 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...tina%20Country%20Office%20.pdf
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It had been assigned to 21 staff members, including four who did not have the profile for the role, such as operations and programme officers and specialists. (...) Programmatic visits: The exception request did not include programmatic visits, which implied that the office thought it could do them. (...) These weaknesses were caused by insufficient management controls over grant utilization, and reduced the office’s accountability for donor agreements. Agreed action 10 (medium priority): The office agrees to strengthen resources management, including the
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Score: 384014.48 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...ountry-office-audit-report.pdf
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