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Answer: SRSG/Resident Coordinator, in consultation with the United Nations Country Team (UNCT), may exceptionally temporarily suspend R and R travel for UN Common System Organizations (UNCS) in the duty station, if travel in and out of the duty station is not possible. 3. (...) However, adjustments will be made to the lump-sum, if necessary, when R and R travel is subsequently taken. Page 2 of 3 6. Question: What if travel to the designated R and R destination is not possible? (...) No DSA will be payable; b) if possible, at their request staff members may perform duties from a United Nations Office in the location of travel.
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Score: 963306.9 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...-14_r_and_r_faq_ra.1_final.pdf
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Example FNU/LNU • When electronic visa are used there is no possibility to check for airlines the validity unless iAPI 14th Symposium on the ICAO Traveller Identification Programme. (...) This places an additional burden on government staff and is not aligned with the direction most countries are taking to have as many travellers as possible self-process at the border 14th Symposium on the ICAO Traveller Identification Programme. (...) Raadgers Consequences for Travellers • Passengers may experience serious delays (denied self processing / multiple queing times) • Possible refusals of another part of the journey during the journey • Possible refusals to travel again when marked as overstayers in an entry-exit system 14th Symposium on the ICAO Traveller Identification Programme.
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Score: 959317 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...um-2018/Documents/RAADGERS.pdf
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Whenever possible, stay in open, well-ventilated settings. While travelling, practice prevention measures even if you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. (...) During travel, even if you are vaccinated, WHO recommends that you continue wearing a mask, washing hands frequently, maintaining physical distance of at least 1 meter, and avoiding crowded places and poorly ventilated settings whenever possible.  (...) Wear a mask continuously while you travel, frequently clean your hands with hand sanitizer, cover a cough or sneeze with a bent elbow or tissue, and maintain at least a 1 metre distance from others wherever possible.
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Score: 956789.1 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...-advice-for-the-general-public
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Annual leave 27. While travel may not be possible for many given the constraints of the current situation, the purpose of taking annual leave is to take time off and have a break from work. (...) Alternative methods, such as virtual meetings, video/audio conferences…etc. should be encouraged in lieu of official business travel to the greatest extent possible. 44. Initiated travel. In the event that the authorized itinerary must be changed for reasons related to COVID-19 travel restrictions, the following will apply: a) Departure from official business destination not possible.
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Score: 954623.1 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...min_guidelines_v_5.0_final.pdf
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Take extra masks, alcohol-based hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes with you when you travel. When possible, open windows in your car, bus or other vehicle to increase ventilation. (...) Follow local, national and international health and travel guidelines based on where you are travelling. (...) Follow the steps above for safer travel. Additionally, stay flexible to change your travel plan if the risk of coronavirus infection is high and do not travel if you’re feeling unwell.
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Score: 954089.55 - https://www.who.int/japan/news...el-safety-tips-during-covid-19
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Take extra masks, alcohol-based hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes with you when you travel. When possible, open windows in your car, bus or other vehicle to increase ventilation. (...) Follow local, national and international health and travel guidelines based on where you are travelling. (...) Follow the steps above for safer travel. Additionally, stay flexible to change your travel plan if the risk of coronavirus infection is high and do not travel if you’re feeling unwell.
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Score: 954089.55 - https://www.who.int/republicof...el-safety-tips-during-covid-19
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Take extra masks, alcohol-based hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes with you when you travel. When possible, open windows in your car, bus or other vehicle to increase ventilation. (...) Follow local, national and international health and travel guidelines based on where you are travelling. (...) Follow the steps above for safer travel. Additionally, stay flexible to change your travel plan if the risk of coronavirus infection is high and do not travel if you’re feeling unwell.
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Score: 954089.55 - https://www.who.int/australia/...el-safety-tips-during-covid-19
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Netherlands: It should be recognized that states may have different types of emergency travel documents. It should be possible to name an emergency document depending on the type of the emergency travelling document. In that regard, the Netherlands is of the opinion that it is not possible to pick a single name for all emergency travel documents. (...) In some circumstances (for example in circumstances with a lack or disruption of IT-facilities) it is not possible to generate emergency travel documents that are machine readable.
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Score: 950132.6 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ag-Mrtd-21/Tag-Mrtd21_WP07.pdf
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Overall budget exceeded by 0.01  Even though the travel request was approved and the commitments created, the system revaluates the total amount of the trip and checks if there is budget available.  In this case, it is necessary to create a Work Order.  It will be fixed with INTTRK-10850 G2One Scenario Description Ticket Invoice exactly matches booked ticket amount Scenario: Booked Ticket Costs = $1000 Billed Ticket Invoice = $1000 Invoice Process Invoice automatically matched and posted for payment to the travel agent Ticket Invoice is higher than the booked ticket amount but within tolerance Scenario: Booked Ticket Costs = $1200 Billed Ticket Invoice = $1210 Tolerance= $100 Invoice Process 1) Invoice automatically matched and posted for payment to the travel agent. 2) Adjustment of the additional amount i.e. $10 is to done manually through JV G2One Scenario Description Ticket Invoice is higher than the booked ticket plus tolerance amount Scenario: Booked Ticket Costs = $500 Billed Ticket Invoice = $2000 Tolerance= $100 Invoice Process • Invoice upload not possible. • Amendment not possible. (...) TPOs are not able to amend a Travel Request after the budget period is closed. Accounts will need to adjust the invoices manually through JV. 3. It is not possible to approve a Travel Request with P16 after 30th June 2016.
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Score: 945568 - https://umoja.un.org/sites/umo...ds_travel_outreach20160921.pdf
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The Symposium will place an emphasis on the recognized need for the enhancement of data sharing possibilities and capabilities, across government and the private sector, in order to facilitate seamless and contactless travel processes. (...) Different strategies for enhancing the use of electronic Machine Readable Travel Document (eMRTD) solutions with a view towards contactless travel processes under extra-ordinary circumstances will be discussed. (...) Combining ePassport data, biometric recognition, PKD and the use of ABCs opens the possibility of automating partially or fully the passenger identification process through the traveller’s journey.
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Score: 944271.9 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...sium-2022/Pages/Programme.aspx
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