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080-WS-AFI-QMS (summary) Quality Management System (QMS) Workshop for the development of Operational skills for the transition from AIS to AIM for Civil Aviation Authorities (CAA) and Air Navigation Service Providers 28 May – 1 June 2018 Dakar Gaston Liegeois Directorate Network Manager gaston.liegeois@eurocontrol.int  To protect our business/ assets/ reputation/ brand image  Business continuity, availability of operational systems  Best practice / lessons learnt  To maintain/ increase confidence/ assurance (internal & external – public & stakeholders)  Better clarity in roles & responsibilities  Increased complexity and interactions  Increasing and changing threats and vulnerabilities  To protect against legal action  Insurance requirement AND  Compliance with regulations 2 QMS Need for a Management System? (...) 4 AIS to AIM roadmap WACAF (24 States) transition progress status – Steps implemented Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 P04 – Monitoring of annex 4 & 15 differences P03 – AIRAC adherence monitoring P17 – Quality P05 – WGS-84 implementation P02 – Data integrity monitoring P01 – Data quality monitoring P06 – Integrated aeronautical Information database P07 – Unique identifiers P08 – Aeronautical Information conceptual model P09 – Aeronautical data exchange P21 – Digital NOTAM P10 – Communication networks P12 – Aeronautical information briefing P16 – Training P19 – Interoperability with MET products P20 – Electronic aeronautical charts P18 – Agreements with data originators T im e P15 – Aerodrome mapping P11 – Electronic AIP P14 – Obstacles P13 – Terrain 15 States > 60% > 60% Q M S 15 States 15 States > 60% P01: Data Handling processes shall be in place to ensure adherence to the required data quality as specified in ICAO Annex 15. (...) Data integrity levels are Critical data, Essential data, Routine data P17: Re-enforcement of quality management measures to ensure the required level of quality of the aeronautical information implementation of a quality management system (QMS), and development of a quality manual a) Develop a quality manual that includes the scope of the QMS as applied to AIM processes b) Identify the processes needed for the QMS c) Determine the sequence and interaction of these processes d) Determine criteria and methods required to ensure the effective operation and control of these processes e) Ensure the availability of information necessary to support the operation and monitoring of these processes f) Measure, monitor and analyse these processes, and implement action necessary to achieve planned results and continual improvement g) Maintain appropriate records that are necessary to provide confidence of conformity of the processes and resulting product In the framework of the quality management system, a user feedback system shall be defined and implemented. 5 QMS PANS-AIM Quality management system requirements (chapter 3)  Each State shall have a properly organized quality system that contains procedures, processes and resources necessary to ensure the Quality Management (QM) at each stage of data processing  The State’s QMS must be effective and implemented at all stages of the data process, including receiving, originating, collating, assembling, editing, formatting, publishing, storing and distributing the information  Data must be traceable at any point back through each stage of the process, to the origin 6 QMS General principle  The QMS should also include that the personnel to possess and use the skills to operate the QMS.  Records of qualifications and training shall be maintained of personnel based on the specific function they performed.  Periodic checks shall be taken to ensure that personnel continue to meet the required standards and if shortfalls are found, corrective measures are taken to correct them. 7 QMS General principle - Personnel  All necessary documents are readily available for reference at the AIS headquarters and at aerodrome/heliport AIS units:  In-house manuals and procedure handbooks  International standards and guidance material such as the ICAO Documents and Annexes  Other publications from IATA, EUROCONTROL, etc. 8 QMS General principle - Documentation QMS Quality Manual - Content  AIS/AIM Organisation  Scope (service provided, etc.)  Quality Policy  Commitment to quality, meet customer’s expectations, continual improvement, etc.  Policies, processes, procedures and resources necessary to implement quality management at each function stage of the aeronautical information data chain  Reference to documented procedures, establishment of responsibilities  Competencies (skills and knowledge) required for each function shall be identified (Job description)  Organization and Personnel assigned to perform those functions (process owner, actor(s)  Performance Indicators associated to the different functions in order to monitor and apply continuous improvements 9 10 QMS Participants feedback – sharing experience  Describe internal QMS at high level: procedures, processes, etc.  Interaction with QMS  KPI in place
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Score: 789282.9 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...20AIM/DP-7-QMS%20(summary).pdf
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Staff information  Data of the CBO staff is recorded, indicating the trainings obtained by UNICEF and UNICEF  Implementing Partners.    5. Interactive Dynamic Dashboards   Dynamic interactive dashboard of key performance indicators is plugged in Bayanati on CBO, IP  and UNICEF levels, dashboards cover the below components    Program coverage   Performance monitoring: access to service Reached Vs Targeted; and    Attendance rates    6. Online reports   Customized online reports are generated and can be extracted from Bayanati reflecting real‐ time data to enable monitoring, quality control and reporting related processes at the CBO,  IP and UNICEF programs level.   (...) It’s also used to  monitor performance of IPs in relation to access to services as agreed in the program documents’  targets and KPIs. 
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Score: 789282.9 - https://www.unicef.org/jordan/media/9476/file/RFP
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Learning Objectives By the end of the programme, participants will be able to: • Identify the key steps in the Programme and Pro- curement Cycles • Understand where in the cycles interaction occurs • Know about key considerations for effective plan- ning • Be able to draft a requisition plan • Be able to provide input to a procurement plan • Know about commercial risk assessment and man- agement • Write specifications and terms of reference • Evaluate bids and proposals • Use contract management terms • Monitor performance • Improving and measure the contribution of Procure- ment to Programmatic results Programme Topics • Project cycle vs. Procurement cycle • Interaction points and roles and responsibilities • Procurement principles, ethical standards and fraud issues • Integrated planning and budgeting • Portfolio approach • Risk assessment and management • Writing specifications and terms of reference • Evaluating bids and proposals • Contract management and performance monitoring Target Audience This course is designed for those working in Pro- gramme or Procurement – and for Managers – in- volved in Project and Procurement Cycles. In particu- lar staff with roles, responsibilities, and interaction points collaborating to achieve programmatic results.
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Score: 788934.96 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f.../UNDP-catalog-2017_v6%2014.pdf
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Publications We deliver reports, studies and briefing papers on issues affecting the region. Portals We build interactive portals to explore priority issues in depth. (...) Analyses were undertaken to illustrate the best ways to use the system to monitor and evaluate Arab economic integration outcomes.   (...) Discussion Presentation of the structure of ESCWA’s Arab economic integration monitoring and evaluation system of indexes and scoreboards The structure of ESCWA’s Arab economic integration monitoring and evaluation system of indexes and scoreboards was presented.
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Score: 788241.3 - https://www.unescwa.org/events...-integration-regional-workshop
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As indicated earlier, the two day hearings will consist of an opening segment, four interactive roundtables and a closing segment. A President's summary of the hearings will be prepared and circulated to Member States and stakeholders. (...) Format and outcome The interactive hearings will comprise an opening segment, four interactive roundtables and a closing segment. (...) Best practices in existing mechanisms for monitoring and review can be affirmed and built upon.
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Score: 787866.16 - https://www.un.org/pga/wp-cont...ractive-hearings-post-2015.pdf
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Publications We deliver reports, studies and briefing papers on issues affecting the region. Portals We build interactive portals to explore priority issues in depth. Interactive tools & dashboards We provide dashboards and spreadsheets to guide analysis and aid policymakers. e-Learning We provide innovative online courses and training to enhance knowledge and raise capabilities and skills. (...) The workshop aims to build the capacities of the Syrian Commission for Family Affairs and Population and its partners in monitoring and evaluation tools and financial plans, which in turn contributes to the implementation of the Commission’s national programmes.
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Score: 787694.34 - https://www.unescwa.org/events...tion-tools-and-financial-plans
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WHO | ITEM Interactive Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums ITEM Interactive ITEM Interactive developed an innovative approach to health and medical training using interactive video-based programs. (...) Main activities Production of interactive computer-aided learning resources for health workers, nurses and doctors in developing countries. (...) Learning and understanding can be monitored through online testing when the user has completed the program.
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Score: 787569.8 - https://www.who.int/workforcea..._partners/member_list/item/en/
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One day was dedicated to the workstream on knowledge, partnerships, monitoring and assessment. During this session agencies presented GEF reporting requirements and a harmonized Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) framework, including the nine selected core indicators that all country projects will be requested to measure. (...) On the final day, participants gathered for a field visit where they interacted with key beneficiaries – including farmers and members of the Water Resource Users Association (WRUA) – on the impact of two different projects implemented by WWF/CARE and WWF/KFS. (...) Overall, country partners were very engaged and interactive, and having them all together was very important in order to build a firm foundation for partnership and success.
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Score: 787153.86 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...resources/detail/en/c/1185483/
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TV Low/no tech, offline Interactive Radio Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Interactive SMS (RapidPro)Interactive TV High tech, online HOME LEARNING MODALITIES 7. (...) It is the role of school leaders to monitor this at the school level, and for teachers to monitor their students. (...) TV and radio can also introduce an element of interactivity. When interactive, they are referred to as ‘interactive TV’ and ‘interactive radio’.
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Score: 785521 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/me...l%20Children_UNICEF%20ROSA.pdf
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Likely effects on the environment: 1) potential for excessive population increase in the given environment; 2) comparative advantages of the GMO in relation to the unmodified recipient or parental organisms; 3) identification and description of the target organisms; 4) anticipated mechanism and result of interaction between the released GMO and the target organism; 5) identification and description of non-target organisms that are not the target, which could be accidentally affected; 6) likelihood of biological interaction or change in the host range after the contained use of the GMO; 7) known or expected effects on non-target organisms in the environment, effect of competitors at the population level: prey, host, symbionts, predators, parasites, and pathogens; 8) known or expected participation in biogenochemical processes; 9) other potentially important interactions with the environment. VI. Information on Monitoring, Control, Waste Treatment, and Emergency Response Plans 1. Methods of monitoring: 1) methods for tracing the GMOs and for monitoring their effects; 2) specificity (to identify the GMOs, and to easily distinguish them from the donor, recipient, or parental organism), sensitivity and reliability of the monitoring techniques; 3) techniques for detecting transfer of donor's genetic material to other organisms; 4) duration and frequency of the monitoring. 20 2.
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Score: 781966.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...cc_e/cgr_e/WTACCCGR9_LEG_3.pdf
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