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Good strategic appreciation and vision, able to build and implement sophisticated plans with a proven track record explicitly supporting business needs. (...) KEY SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES · Having a robust and business-focused approach to running a company. · Ensuring that everything works to the highest possible professional standards. · Possessing a proven track record in senior management. · A charismatic but pragmatic leader. · Proven ability to identify new business opportunities. · Can maintain close relationships with external bodies, suppliers and clients. · Evaluating and decision-making.
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Score: 1248345.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...-2015/Bio_Nguyen_Hong_SON.docx
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Provenance information (PI) is composed of a set of data flows, and each flow contains information of processes (f), data sources (d) and responsible parties (p). (...) For example, in Figure 6-1, the provenance information (PI) about Data d is composed by a set of: – directly associated flow: PI ={(f2, pC), (Data c, pC)}; – subordinately associated flow: PI (Data c) = {(f1, pC), ((Data a, pA), (Data b, pB))} Figure 6-1 – An example of data provenance information 6.2 Data provenance in big data ecosystem In a big data environment, complex data processing and migration due to the big data lifecycle operations (e.g., data generation, transmission, storage, use, and deletion) and data distribution cause various difficulties in managing the data provenance. (...) In addition, big data computing environment causes several challenges for data provenance such as: – efficient storing mechanism for provenance data: The size of provenance data can be larger than the original data, causing storage overhead; – minimize provenance collection overhead: In a distributed system environment, consideration of the recording provenance and computation cost together is important; Static data – Data provenance, data formats and trust 103     106     107     108     109     110     111     112     113     114     115     116          
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Score: 1239391.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page111.html
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Invest in scale-up of ‘proven’ model projects 3. Invest in infrastructure for leadership development, education and training, housing, employing, supervising, motivating and tracking health workers Collaborations & Sustainability 1. (...) Generate new knowledge about policy, recruitment, training, tracking, retention, productivity, quality, migration, and other issues 2. (...) Register with the Global Health Workforce Alliance so it can track ‘best practices’ as well as lessons learned from ineffective or detrimental practices that can then be broadly communicated through the community of practice S T R E N G T H E N I N G 2 1 S T C E N T U R Y G L O B A L H E A L T H S Y S T E M S
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Score: 1214499.2 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...nce/media/speeches/Lessons.pdf
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INSTITUTIONAL PROFILE AND TRACK RECORD - description of proposer’s relevant experience, including examples of relevant projects undertaken in the past for the services bidding for. • Proven track record in the field of video production, in respect to required services in this Request for Proposal / Terms of Reference • Scale/size and scope of most relevant projects, use of innovative approaches / technologies • Organizational set-up, technical infrastructure • Capacity to manage complex projects involving coordination of partners and sub-contractors • If applicable, experience of previous work with UNICEF, other UN agencies and/or other organizations in the non-profit, development, humanitarian or related fields of work • Adherence to the highest ethical standards, including the core UN values of integrity, professionalism and respect for diversity c. (...) Technical proposals received will be evaluated against the evaluation criteria as below and as applied across all service categories (total 60 points) Table 1: Technical Proposal Evaluation Criteria Criteria Points INSTITUTIONAL PROFILE AND TRACK RECORD • Proven track record in the field of video production, in respect to required services in this Request for Proposal / Terms of Reference • Scale/size and scope of most relevant projects, use of innovative approaches / technologies • Organizational set-up, technical infrastructure • Capacity to manage complex projects involving coordination of partners and sub-contractors • Experience of previous work with UNICEF, other UN agencies and/or other organizations in the non-profit, development, humanitarian or related fields of work • Adherence to the highest ethical standards, including the core UN values of integrity, professionalism and respect for diversity 45 QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE OF KEY PERSONNEL - SUMMARY of CVs/resumes • Qualifications and experiences of key personnel, as relevant to the category of service and designated at levels appropriate to their background • Fluency in oral and written communication in English 15 Total Score 60 Only proposals which receive a minimum of 42 points will be considered further Note Supporting evidence presented Scoring Scale Excellent Excellent evidence submitted to demonstrate ability to support and exceed LTA requirements 100% Good Good evidence submitted to demonstrate ability to support and exceed LTA requirements 80% Satisfactory Satisfactory evidence submitted to demonstrate ability to support LTA requirements 60% Poor Weak evidence provided to support LTA requirement 40% Very poor Requirements submitted but not supported by evidence to demonstrate ability to comply with LTA requirements 20% No submission No evidence submitted 0%
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Score: 1200174.2 - https://www.unicef.org/croatia/media/10381/file
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European Financial Transparency Gateway / Energy distribution with the use of smart contracts / Smart contracts for data accountability and provenance tracking - 2 - DLT-I-015 INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION TELECOMMUNICATION STANDARDIZATION SECTOR STUDY PERIOD 2017-2020 Focus Group on Machine Learning for Future Networks including 5G ML5G-I-nnn Question(s): Working group or N/A Place, dd-dd mmm yyyy INPUT DOCUMENT Source: Insert Source(s) Title: Insert title (always in English) Contact: Insert contact name Insert contact organization Insert country Tel: +xx Fax: +xx Email: a@b.com Keywords: Insert keywords, separated by semicolon (;) Abstract: Insert an abstract, under 200 words, that describes the content of the document, including a clear summary of any proposals it contains. (...) Before submitting this document: – Update the information highlighted in yellow above: document number (n), Working group(s), source, title, and contact information. – If you need more contact information rows, insert them by copy-and-pasting existing rows. – Make sure that “Track Changes” is turned off. – Remove any remaining yellow highlighting. ]]
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Score: 1157868.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...g/Documents/ML5G-template.docx
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We’ve been doing this since 2007. We have a proven and ongoing track record of success and failure. (...) We start small but scale proven solutions globally. Our projects are in over 80 countries.
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Score: 1136776.3 - https://www.unicef.org/innovation/about-us
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These digital and physical structures and tools that allow for the source and history of media to be tracked collectively make up what is now known as provenance and authenticity infrastructure. (...) Within a C2PA-enabled ecosystem, it means that provenance information can be tracked from the moment that an image, video or audio (and later potentially documents) is captured, all the way until the content is published and consumed. Example use-case: a human rights defender captures footage of a war crime using a C2PA-enabled camera. The provenance information would offer verifiable signals to suggest that this is a raw, unedited video.
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Score: 1132051.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ault/files/2022-03/WITNESS.pdf
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Entities whose programmes are only a national in scope do not qualify for designation as C2C. Track record: Only existing institutions with their own legal personality and with a proven track record of excellence of at least two years in UNESCO’s fields of competence are eligible for designation as C2C.
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Score: 1131197.2 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...ult/files/q1-what-is-a-c2c.pdf
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UNICEF Innovation 5. Inclusive Period Tracking App Developed by UNICEF EAPRO, Oky is the world’s first period tracking app co-created with girls, for girls. (...) Non-pneumatic Anti-shock Garment (NASG)    The Non-pneumatic Anti-shock Garment shows us that sometimes we don’t always need to innovate – we can take a proven life-saving innovation and focus on ensuring it is available and accessible for those who need it most.  (...) However, UNICEF noticed that this proven technology wasn’t reaching coverage at scale, so instead, in partnership with UNFPA, is using its know-how capacity in scaling proven technologies to ensure a fit-for-purpose and value-for-money product is available and accessible in locations where NASG will be most effective.  
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Score: 1130697.5 - https://www.unicef.org/innovat...ways-unicef-innovates-children
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Following the birth and enrolment of an infant into the HITSystem, they will be tracked until they are determined to be: (i) HIV positive: The infants who are found to be HIV positive will receive lifelong paediatric HIV care (which includes ART) and their parents or guardians will receive timely alerts through mobile phones. (...) Global Health Innovations,2017 26 Lessons learned from implementing the HIV infant tracking system (HITSystem): A web-based intervention to improve early infant diagnosis in Kenya, 2015. 27 HIV / AIDS Program | HITSystem. Global Health Innovations,2017. 28 Lessons learned from implementing the HIV infant tracking system (HITSystem): A web-based intervention to improve early infant diagnosis in Kenya, 2015.
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Score: 1130479.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page37.html
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