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In other words, but for the adverse publicity and the concerns expressed by Member States, would the Secretary-General have come to the same conclusion? (...) Did they in fact engage in activity that could have had an adverse impact upon their status and the public perception of themselves as international civil servants engaged in procurement duties? (...) Any such construction ignores the importance that must properly be attached to ensuring public confidence in the integrity of the UN Procurement Division.
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Score: 846883.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-034.pdf
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This situation gave rise to a perception in the public that the Applicant’s private interest in Blessed Seasons could improperly influence the performance of her duties. (...) As international civil servants, UN staff members must be seen to uphold public interests above private interests. This is especially significant Case No.: UNDT/NBI/2010/065 Judgment No. (...) UNDP receives a budget of over USD5 billion per year, of which approximately 80% is funded through such voluntary contributions which, in themselves, stem from public funds. UNDP is, thus, under the increasingly stricter scrutiny of donors and member states and very dependent on the positive image it strives to project to attract public interest and funds in what is now a very competitive environment.
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Score: 815478.86 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-124.pdf
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It has not been established in any evidence that United Nations rates were not accessible to the public. Hence the advice offered may have appeared to be accessible to any interested bidder to provide services to the United Nations agency. (...) The emails shared were in relation to a matter personal to the Applicant; it served to inform the Director of Public Prosecutions of Tanzania that the information had been scrutinized internally and should be acted upon nationally. (...) There was certainly some doubt as to whether the contents of the email were already in the public domain. The charge in this case was proved by clear and convincing evidence. 46.
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Score: 799739.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-090.pdf
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In August 2001 the Applicant’s wife established a company called BG Trading. The company remained in her name until her death in July 2004 when the Applicant, along with his two children, inherited a 95% share in the company. 4. (...) They shall avoid any action and, in particular, any kind of public pronouncement that may adversely reflect on their status, or on the integrity, independence and impartiality that are required by that status. 20. (...) At the time of the hearing the company was still in existence. He never received any remuneration from that company and that company never did business with ECA19. 75.
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Score: 795008.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2013-070.pdf
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The Report indicates that for procurement of $30,000 or above, the UNFPA Internal Control Framework requires sealed, competitive, international, public bids. The Report concluded that “[t]he procurement process for selecting transportation service companies was not conducted in accordance with UNFPA Policies and Procedures relating to procurement and unfair advantages were given to the selected vendor (Sahel Transit)” and that “there is evidence of possible misconduct by systematic violation of the procurement policies and procedures also by means of fraud as defined by the UNFPA [Procurement Procedures Manual] and possible fraud committed.” 7. (...) Furthermore, the investigators made efforts to locate the three companies, and were unsuccessful. The investigators could not find anyone in Bamako who was able to confirm that these companies ever existed. (...) It is also interesting to note that the company which was awarded the contract, Sahel Transit, was not traceable either, yet it does not seem to be disputed that the company did exist, and did carry out its part of the contracts it was awarded. 28.
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Score: 780691.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-089.pdf
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Any such view would ignore the importance that must be attached to ensuring public confidence in the integrity of the United Nations Procurement Division. 4. (...) In the context of the investigations, the PTF looked into the relationship between the Procurement Section, Kohli, and the companies associated with him and his father (TCIL and Thurderbird). (...) Any such construction ignores the importance that must properly be attached to ensuring public confidence in the integrity of the UN Procurement Division.2 42.
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Score: 778883.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2010-unat-080.pdf
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On 9 October 2002, ID/OIOS contacted the Chief Public Prosecutor of Graz, Austria, concerning the allegations that the Applicant, Austrian citizen and then former staff member of UNMIK, might have been “involved in criminal conduct relating to the sole source procurement of contracts with two Austrian companies.” (...) By memorandum dated 6 November 2002, ID/OIOS transmitted to the Office of the Public Prosecutor, Graz, a series of documents “reflect[ing] the current status of evidence yet adduced in the ongoing investigation into allegations of breach of trust and corruption against [the Applicant]”, provided “following to previous discussion between [the Public Prosecutor’s office] and ID/OIOS”. (...) Article 16, paragraph 6, of the UNDT RoP (requiring that the oral proceedings shall be held in public) does not supersede article 16, paragraph 1, of the RoP.
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Score: 776588.67 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-023.pdf
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The draft was a letter, dated 14 March 2013, with a document symbol of [General Assembly document reference redacted] from [the permanent representative of a United Nations Member State, EE, name redacted] to the Secretary-General, in which [EE] stated that [the Company] had offered to host one of the first centres in the network of Global Business Incubator centres in a public-private partnership with [the NGO]”; f. (...) The letter contained [EE’s] statement that [the Company] had ‘been appointed to serve as the representative for the implementation of the permanent for the Expo center for the country of the south with the local authority [sic]’, and that ‘this is one of the first centres in the network of incubator centres in a public-private partnership with the support of and leading partner [the NGO]’. (...) This is one of the first centres in the network of incubator centres in a public- private partnership with the support of and leading partner [the NGO].
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Score: 770322.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-066.pdf
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UNDT/2014/040 Page 3 of 14 Thereafter, YAKOVLEV received wire transfers sent to bank accounts in 2 Antigua and Switzerland from foreign companies in exchange for providing information to companies about United Nations contracts that were up for bid and for assisting companies to obtain United Nations contracts. The Information charges that YAKOVLEV received wire transfers from, among others: “foreign company 1”, for providing that company with information from the United Nations regarding a bid for contracts related to the airlifting of United Nations supplies to foreign countries; and “foreign company 2” and “foreign company 3” in return for his assistance in helping those companies obtain contracts with other companies that engaged in business with the United Nations. (...) However, the United Nations is entitled to seek evidence of his impecuniosity before exercising a discretion which, in the circumstances of this case, would be wholly exceptional and arguably lead to public concern. 41. The Tribunal finds that the Applicant has manifestly abused the proceedings before it and an award of costs is appropriate under art. 10.6 of the Statute.
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Score: 769603.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2014-040.pdf
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Finally, although OAIS found that [the Applicant’s] mother held shares in [Company 2], the investigation did not find any evidence that [Company 2] was engaged by UNFPA Mongolia as a supplier. (...) Therefore, the Mongolia CO had to externally archive publications. He explained that the publications were moved to an offsite storage room. 13. (...) But, of course, containers were not suitable to store except things like files and documents and publications, because in Mongolia, the winter is so long and very harsh, reaches minus 40 degrees.
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Score: 751145.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-015.pdf
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