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On the same day, 29 July 2017, the HRO of UNSOS addressed an e-mail to the Acting Chief of Payroll, which reads: Thank you for the advice from Payroll’s perspective, and we appreciate your feedback. However, in order to be fair to the staff member, may we hear consideration from the Pension Fund itself? (...) From HR and Payroll perspective, I understand your message. Since the Pension Fund colleagues are in the loop on this conversation, we await to hear their comments concerning the staff member's request. 12. (...) Hence, the e-mail of 31 July 2017, and the subsequent clarifications, indicated that from the perspective of the Organisation the matter was closed, but that Ms.
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Score: 470840.14 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2020-UNAT-1041.pdf
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On 5 August 2019, IMF/OII informed the Applicant that the allegations against him were not substantiated and that the matter had been closed from an investigation perspective.4 6. On 23 July 2019 and on 24 August 2019, the Applicant wrote to the UNDP Chief of Staff and the UNDP Acting Assistant Administrator respectively, requesting for the draft report of the investigations.5 1 Application, section II and annex 3. 2 Application, section V. 3 Application, section VII. 4 Application, annex 3. 5 Application, section VII, para. 3 and annex 4.
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Score: 464013.67 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-152.pdf
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From the Organisation’s perspective, it is equally poor form to have a staff member on payroll with no functions to perform.
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Score: 455225.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2015-383.pdf
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By 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, 15 October 2019, the parties are to file a joint submission in which they indicate (a) whether the perspectives for resolving the present case informally are realistic and (b) their agreement to suspend the proceedings; 11.
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Score: 455225.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2019-136.pdf
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Considering the lack of cooperation between the parties in responding to Order No. 107 (NY/2019) and the history of the Applicant’s cases before the Dispute Tribunal, the Tribunal sees no perspective in granting leave to the Applicant’s request for stay of the proceedings as the parties appear completely incapable of reaching agreement on any matters at all.
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Score: 446763.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2019-169.pdf
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Madi recounts the facts from his perspective and asks for a review of the rejection of his application for EVR and the consequences of depriving him of his retirement benefits following 21 years working with UNRWA by forcing him to resign from UNRWA. (...) By restating the underlying facts from his perspective, Mr. Madi is in effect simply rearguing his case before the Appeals Tribunal.
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Score: 433181.74 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2018-UNAT-853.pdf
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Therefore, from a systematic perspective those decisions do not seem to be considered as judgments.
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Score: 430749.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2010-042.pdf
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From the Organisation’s perspective, it is equally poor form to have a staff member on payroll with no functions to perform.
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Score: 430749.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2014-259.pdf
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Document26.PDF Jorge - 11/21/2000 Gender Perspectives in Telecommunications Policy 1 Gender Perspectives in Telecommunications Policy A Curriculum Proposal Sonia Nunes Jorge (sjorge@att.net) Presented at ITU – Development Symposium for Regulators Geneva November 21, 2000 Jorge - 11/21/2000 Gender Perspectives in Telecommunications Policy 2 Overview There is a crucial need for a gender perspective in all areas of policy making. (...) Jorge - 11/21/2000 Gender Perspectives in Telecommunications Policy 4 Telecommunications Policy: The Rationale for a Gender Perspective Why a gender perspective? (...) Jorge - 11/21/2000 Gender Perspectives in Telecommunications Policy 5 Telecommunications Policy: The Rationale for a Gender Perspective A few examples from a gender-aware perspective: Women headed households tend to live on smaller incomes, in most cases too small to afford basic service tariffs.
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Score: 422512.5 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...R/DSR/documents/Document26.pdf
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Generic template GBAS/SBAS IMPLEMENTATION in APAC AUSTRALIA’S PERSPECTIVE Jorge Woods - CASA 1 PERSPECTIVES  OVERALL  GBAS  SBAS  RELATED NAV/SUR 2| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective OVERALL (1)  Aviation is self funding in Australia  Government Policy Task o Influence infrastructure investment and operating costs at the service of society o Whole of Government Approach  Australia o Departments/Agencies under State Safety Program o Industry 3| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective OVERALL (2)  Australia ‘thinks’ o Global ATM Concept (GATMOC, Doc 9854) o Balancing GATMOC’s • Performance Service Asset Package (PSAP) (Cir335) • across its 11 KPA (Doc 9883) • using the GANP 4| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective OVERALL (3)  GBAS/SBAS = o part of Navigation Equation, which is o part of ATM/CNS, which is o part of Aviation Transport System, which is o part of Transport System 5| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective GBAS  2006-2011 = SYD GBAS trials  2012(06) = SYD GBAS – restricted operators  2014(06) = SYD GBAS – all operators o RWY: 07, 16L, 16R, 25, 34L, 34R  2017(06) = MEL GBAS – all operators o RWY 09, 16, 27, 34  FUTURE = Potentially BN, PH and AD 6| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective SBAS  2019(Q3): Cost benefit analysis across 10 industry sectors (including aviation) o Benefits expected = several billions AUD  Test bed indicates performance compatible with cost benefits analysis  Important to know the user base o SBAS = potential APV to 1000 RWY Ends 7| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective RELATED NAV/SUR (1) – Context  GNSS/ADS-B mandate IFR (2013 => 2017)  Navigation Rationalization Project (NRP) (2016)  PBN  TIFP  Surveillance  ADS-B Data Sharing 8| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective RELATED NAV/SUR (1) – Context  GNSS/ADS-B mandate IFR (2013 => 2017) o Most IFR flights GNSS as primary o Extend surveillance coverage substantially o Progressive Steps: 2013; 2014 (2); 2016; 2017 o GNSS/ADS-B Mandate ≠ SBAS equipped 9GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective RELATED NAV & SUR (2) Navigation Rationalisation Project (NRP) (1)  2016 – Decommissioned ~50% ground-based navaids  Backup Navaid Network (BNN): o Allow recovery of “flight in progress” if unable to access GNSS (e.g. localized jamming; aircraft fault) o Support aircraft without fault detection and exclusion (all SBAS receivers have FDE) o Provide limited ongoing network capacity in the case of a sustained failure (balance between flexibility and resilience) 10| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective RELATED NAV/SUR (3) Navaid Rationalization Project (NRP)(2)  BNN Limitations o Cost of IFR training that is not used • E.g. recency on NDB/VOR approaches o Proximity of alternate airports for aircraft without FDE o Network architecture needs review 11| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective RELATED NAV/SUR (4) – PBN (1) 12| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective RELATED NAV/SUR (5) – PBN (2) 13  Navigation Specifications used in Australia | GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective RELATED NAV/SUR (6) – TIFP  Total ≈ 300 aerodromes (certified or registered)  TIFP figures (now/planned) o Baro-VNAV ≈ 105/337 o RNP-AR ≈ 40/44 o GLS ≈ 10/18 o SBAS Potentially • to all ≈ 1100 Runway Ends • depending on benefits for each individual case 14| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective RELATED NAV/SUR (7) 15| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective SUR Coverage 10000 ft RELATED NAV/SUR (8) 16| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective ADS-B Data Sharing – Australia/Indonesia WRAP UP (1)  WE ‘THINK’ o balance ICAO Performance Service Asset Package (PSAP) o for 11 KPA in ICAO GATMOC o across known user base o with stakeholders moving in synchronism o using the GANP o Ref: Docs 9854, 9883, Circ. 335 17| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective WRAP UP (2)  GBAS: proved net benefits in specific cases  SBAS: viable for user-base > than aviation  RELATED NAV/SUR: GBAS/SBAS within context o navigation rationalisation and backup o PBN, TIFP o surveillance needs 18| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective END 19| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective SPARE SLIDES 20| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective RELATED NAV/SUR 21| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective GNSS/ADS-B Mandate – Schedule (1) RELATED NAV/SUR 22| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective  GNSS/ADS-B Mandate Schedule (2)
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Score: 420831.1 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/APAC...0Perspective%20(J%20Woods).pdf
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