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ASBU Modules This Working Paper is related to all ASBU Modules applicable in the AFI Region IM/SG-E-WP 06 1.2 The meeting, under Recommendation 6/1—Regional performance framework called upon APIRG to adopt the performance-based framework for air navigation systems planning, identifying regional performance objectives and utilizing the performance framework forms (PFFs) and update CNS/ATM Implementation Plan for the AFI Region (Doc 003) with additional PFFs developed to meet new performance objectives as necessary 1.3 AFI sates were invited under Recommendation 6/2—National performance framework to adopt a national performance-based framework for air navigation systems planning, identifying national performance objectives, aligned with the regional performance objectives, utilizing the performance framework forms. 1.4 Recommendation 6/3 — Re-organization of the regional air navigation plan invited ICAO to review, at the global level and in coordination with regional offices, the regional air navigation plans and propose changes to their structure, organization and format to ensure alignment of the regional air navigation plans with the Global Air Navigation Plan and the performance-based approach to air navigation planning and therefore called upon APIRG under Recommendation 6/4 — Re-organization of APIRG to review its working methods and organization and consider making adjustments to better support the ICAO performance framework in its planning and implementation activities. 2. (...) Eleven of these expectations, also referred to as key performance areas (KPAs), had been identified in the operational concept. To support this approach, the Manual on Global Performance of the Air Navigation System (Doc 9883) was developed.
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Score: 549461.67 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...orities%20and%20Targets.en.pdf
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Microsoft Word - A.36.WP.17.TE.en.final.doc (4 pages) ASSEMBLY — 36TH SESSION TECHNICAL COMMISSION Agenda Item 31: Continued evolution of a performance-based global air traffic management (ATM) system CONTINUED EVOLUTION OF A PERFORMANCE-BASED GLOBAL ATM SYSTEM (Presented by the Council of ICAO) EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Pursuant to Resolution A35-15, this working paper contains a report to the Assembly on progress by the Organization toward implementation of a performance-based global ATM system. (...) In support of this aspect of global planning, the Commission developed Part I of the Manual on Global Performance of the Air Navigation System (Doc 9883), entitled Performance-Based Transition Guidelines. (...) WORLDWIDE SYMPOSIUM ON PERFORMANCE OF THE AIR NAVIGATION SYSTEM 3.1 The Worldwide Symposium on Performance of the Air Navigation System was held in Montreal from 26 to 30 March 2007.
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Score: 549304 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...%2036th%20Session/wp017_en.pdf
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They raise important benchmarks: Are the performance reviews regular? Do they include independent evaluation? (...) Since it is accepted14 that the performance review must contain 10https://www.sprfmo.int/new-meetingpage-News/archive-news/final-report-of-the-sprfmo-performance- review/ 11https://www.sprfmo.int/assets/0-2019-Annual-Meeting/COMM-7/Report/COMM7-report-08Mar.pdf 12https://www.sprfmo.int/assets/0-2019-Annual-Meeting/COMM-7/Report/ANNEX-8-COMM7-Table-of- Performance-Review-responses.pdf 13 For a comparative review of performance reviews of RFMOs to 2014 that have a binding mandate, see “FAO, THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PERFORMANCE REVIEW REPORTS BY REGIONAL FISHERY BODIES, 2004–2014. (...) It may be helpful, for instance, to have the independent panelists meet and review performance every two years. The ICCAT performance review in 2016, reported progress on several areas.
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Score: 549227.54 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/c...ents/ICSP14/RFBs&RFMOs/WWF.pdf
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The four terms in question are reproduced below for easy reference: [1] dependability: The availability performance and its influencing factors on reliability performance, maintainability performance and maintenance support performance. [SOURCE: Recommendation ITU-T Y.3514, 3.2.1] Definitions found in the terminology DB: dependability [ITU-R M.1224]: The collective term used to describe the availability performance and its influencing factors, such as, reliability performance, maintainability performance and maintenance support performance. Dependability is used only for general descriptions in non quantitative terms. dependability [ITU-T L.1202], [ITU-T E.800]: The collective term used to describe the availability performance and its influencing factors: reliability performance, maintainability performance and maintenance support performance.
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Score: 549150.34 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/c.../Documents/T17-SCV-LS-0016.pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation CAR Virtual workshop for the preparation of the CAR/SAM/ANP-VOL III Online from 14 to 18 February 2022 Objetives Following the six steps of the performance based approach: Define/examine scope, context and general ambitions/expectations; Perform SWOT analysis and set (new) objectives; Set targets, quantify objectives; and Identify solutions To be incorporated in the CAR/SAM ANP Volume III. (...) Performance Based Approach: Step by Step Step 2: Identify opportunities, issues and set (new) objectives Step 2.1: Develop a list of present and future opportunities and issues that require performance management attention Step 2.2: Focus efforts by defining and prioritizing performance objectives as needed Performance Based Approach: Step by Step  Step 2: Identify opportunities, issues and set (new) objectives  Step 2.1: Develop a list of present and future opportunities and issues that require performance management attention  Step 2.2: Focus efforts by defining and prioritizing performance objectives as needed Example – Step 2.1 La organización X ha llevado a cabo un análisis SWOT en el sistema de navegación aérea en la FIR YYYY. (...) GRACIAS Slide Number 1 Objetives Slide Number 3 Slide Number 4 Performance Based Approach: Step by Step Performance Based Approach: Step by Step Performance Based Approach: Step by Step Performance Based Approach: Step by Step Performance Based Approach: Step by Step Performance Based Approach: Step by Step Performance Based Approach: Step by Step Performance Based Approach: Step by Step Performance Based Approach: Step by Step Performance Based Approach: Step by Step Performance Based Approach: Step by Step Performance Based Approach: Step by Step Performance Based Approach: Step by Step Performance Based Approach: Step by Step Performance Based Approach: Step by Step Performance Based Approach: Step by Step Slide Number 21 Slide Number 22 Slide Number 23
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Score: 548956.15 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...VWSVIII/eANPVolIII-Mod-4en.pdf
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The performance review was deferred in 2010 due to lack of funding but it was agreed at WCPFC7 that the performance review would be undertaken in 2011. (...) Lessons Learned from the WCPFC Performance Review The WCPFC Performance Review process was useful in ensuring an independent evaluation of the effectiveness of the WCPFC in meeting the objectives set out in the WCPF Convention. (...) The cost to the RFMO of undertaking a comprehensive performance review process may deter regular performance reviews.
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Score: 548938.33 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/c...ts/ICSP14/RFBs&RFMOs/WCPFC.pdf
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Importance and role of performance reviews   Importance and role of performance reviews Thursday AM Panellist Topic Ms. (...) Structure and conduct of performance reviews: experiences, best practices, challenges and opportunities   Segment 2: Structure and conduct of performance reviews: experiences, best practices, challenges and opportunities Thursday 3PM - 5PM Panellist   Topic   Mr. (...) Recommendations of and mechanisms for follow-up to performance reviews:  experiences, best practices, challenges and opportunities Segment 3: Recommendations of and mechanisms for follow-up to performance reviews:  experiences, best practices, challenges and opportunities Thursday 5 – 6pm; Friday 10 AM to 11 AM Panellist   Topic   Mr.
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Score: 548913.67 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/c...14/PanellistPresentations.html
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TDR Performance Framework 2018-2023 THIS DOCUMENT WAS ENDORSED BY THE TDR JOINT COORDINATING BOARD AT ITS MEETING IN 2018 AND IS CURRENTLY BEING LAID OUT. (...) Key performance indicators have been developed to measure performance across the Programme (see table below). (...) TDR PERFORMANCE FRAMEWORK 2018-2023 19 PART II: Assessing performance against expected results 1.
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Score: 548873.6 - https://www.who.int/tdr/public...tdr/strategy/PAF_2018-2023.pdf
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Allen’s performance was indeed unsatisfactory, and he would still have been separated from service for unsatisfactory performance. (...) In order to justify a decision of non-renewal based on poor performance, informal feedback to a staff member is not sufficient and the Administration is obliged to produce a performance document which highlights the poor performance. 18. (...) Allen the opportunity to correct any perceived performance issues prior to facing non-renewal based on poor performance.
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Score: 548658.15 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...at/judgments/2019-UNAT-951.pdf
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Government performance deteriorating in IFAD projects during last decade - IOE - ifad.org Navigation Skip to Content Government performance deteriorating in IFAD projects during last decade - IOE Toggle navigation IfadIoeLanguage Language Selector en english es español fr français Navigation Menu About IOE Resource Center Publications Media Center Search  Back Government performance deteriorating in IFAD projects during last decade Jun 3, 2022 Rome, 3 June 2022 – The period 2010-2020 has seen a steep and continuous worsening of the performance of national governments in IFAD-supported. (...) As a result, the reasons for this lagging government performance are not well documented and understood, and there are significant knowledge gaps with regard to the factors driving government performance. (...) This means that we have to better understand how government performs, and what are the differences in performance in varying contexts.
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Score: 548592.77 - https://www.ifad.org/en/web/io...ad-projects-during-last-decade
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