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D.50 Amendment 1 (06/2004) International Internet connection Amendment 1: New Appendix I – General considerations for charging criteria and options for international Internet connectivity ITU-T Recommendation D.50 International Internet connection Amendment 1 New Appendix I – General considerations for charging criteria and options for international Internet connectivity Source Amendment 1 to ITU‑T Recommendation D.50 (2000) was agreed on 4 June 2004 by ITU‑T Study Group 3 (2001‑2004). (...) ITU-T Recommendation D.50 International Internet connection Amendment 1 New Appendix I – General considerations for charging criteria and options for international Internet connectivity I.1 Connection criteria Administrations* may agree to interconnect their networks based on charging criteria including, but not restricted to, the extent of network connectivity and degree of reachability to Internet end users and websites. (...) I.2 Charging options Administrations* may find these charging criteria helpful in establishing the method of charging.
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Score: 961264.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2005...iic/docs/TRECD50-0406Amd1E.doc
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D.50 Amendment 1 (06/2004) International Internet connection Amendment 1: New Appendix I – General considerations for charging criteria and options for international Internet connectivity ITU-T Recommendation D.50 International Internet connection Amendment 1 New Appendix I – General considerations for charging criteria and options for international Internet connectivity Source Amendment 1 to ITU‑T Recommendation D.50 (2000) was agreed on 4 June 2004 by ITU‑T Study Group 3 (2001‑2004). (...) ITU-T Recommendation D.50 International Internet connection Amendment 1 New Appendix I – General considerations for charging criteria and options for international Internet connectivity I.1 Connection criteria Administrations* may agree to interconnect their networks based on charging criteria including, but not restricted to, the extent of network connectivity and degree of reachability to Internet end users and websites. (...) I.2 Charging options Administrations* may find these charging criteria helpful in establishing the method of charging.
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Score: 961264.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/stud...iic/docs/TRECD50-0406Amd1E.doc
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Case study for Road Map on Statistics for SDGs 2.0 Netherlands: Quality criteria for externally sourced data Description For data from sources outside NSOs, Statistics Netherlands (CBS) drafted a quality assessment framework to assess external data in terms of their suitability as input for calculating SDG indicators. In drafting these quality criteria, CBS looked extensively at quality guidelines for statistics as established by CBS, Eurostat/European Statistical System (ESS) and OECD. (...) Eurostat’s Principles, criteria and selection process for developing an EU- SDG indicator framework1).
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Score: 960930.9 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...xternally%20sourced%20data.pdf
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D.50 Amendment€1 (06/2004) International Internet connection Amendment 1: New Appendix I – General considerations for charging criteria and options for international Internet connectivity ITU-T Rec. (...) I.2 Charging options Administrations* may find these charging criteria helpful in establishing the method of charging. (...) China expressed reservation on this appendix. I.1 Connection criteria I.2 Charging options I.3 International link capacity
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Score: 956866.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2005...iic/docs/TRECD50-0406Amd1E.pdf
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D.50 Amendment€1 (06/2004) International Internet connection Amendment 1: New Appendix I – General considerations for charging criteria and options for international Internet connectivity ITU-T Rec. (...) I.2 Charging options Administrations* may find these charging criteria helpful in establishing the method of charging. (...) China expressed reservation on this appendix. I.1 Connection criteria I.2 Charging options I.3 International link capacity
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Score: 956866.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/stud...iic/docs/TRECD50-0406Amd1E.pdf
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Integrity of offsets: -Implications of the Paris agreement on additionality and link to UNFCCC -The practical and political appeal of having a strong link to UNFCCC Para 13 […] b) recommended criteria for emissions units to be purchased by aircraft operators that take into account developments in the UNFCCC process; […] […] b) recommended criteria for emissions units to be purchased by aircraft operators that should be consistent with existing UNFCCC decisions and take into account future developments in the UNFCCC process; […] There are existing decisions that are clearly relevant and that the GMBM needs to be consistent with, and there may be future developments and that should be taken into account when and if they occur. (...) Para17, c, page B-5 the Council to develop, with the technical contribution of CAEP, the SARPs and related guidance material for Emissions Unit Criteria (EUC) to support the purchase of appropriate emissions units by aircraft operators under the scheme, taking into account relevant developments in the UNFCCC and Article 6 of the Paris Agreement, […] the Council to develop, with the technical contribution of CAEP, the SARPs and related guidance material for Emissions Unit Criteria (EUC) to support the purchase of appropriate emissions units by aircraft operators under the scheme in line with existing decisions under UNFCCC and , taking into account relevant developments in the UNFCCC and Article 6 of the Paris Agreement, […] Ref. rationale para 13 Para 17f the Council to develop, with the technical contribution of CAEP, policies and related guidance material to support the establishment of registries under the scheme, for adoption by the Council by 2018 the Council to develop, with the technical contribution of CAEP, policies and related guidance material to support the establishment of registries under the scheme ensuring transparency, accuracy, consistency and compatibility and that no double counting takes place , for adoption by the Council by 2018 These are essential principles of the PA and the UNFCCC, and should be make explicit as they are fundamental to the integrity and credibility of the GMBM. Para 19 Decides that the CORSIA will use emissions units that meet the Emissions Unit Criteria (EUC) in paragraph 17 above, and requests the Council to promote the use of emissions units generated from programmes that benefit developing States, including emissions units generated from the CDM, new market mechanisms or other programmes under the UNFCCC, and encourages States to develop domestic aviation-related projects; Decides that the CORSIA will use emissions units that meet the Emissions Unit Criteria (EUC) in paragraph 17 above, and requests the Council to promote the use of emissions units generated from programmes that benefit developing States, including emissions units generated from the CDM, new market mechanisms or other programmes under the UNFCCC, and encourages States to develop domestic aviation-related projects; Ref. rationale Preambular para 14 Preambular para 14 Whereas the UNFCCC provides for market-based mechanisms and other programmes, such as the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), and a new market mechanism under the Paris Agreement, […] Whereas the UNFCCC provides for market-based mechanisms and other programmes , such as the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), and a including a new market mechanism under the Paris Agreement, […] CDM has no special status, and will at any rate have to be fundamentally altered if it is to continue as a mechanism under the PA.
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Score: 956228.8 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ropsal_from_Norway_to_FoP.docx
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In addition, recognizing that this issue was intrinsically related to the work and life issues outlined in the Administrative Committee on Co-ordination’s policy statement for a Work/Family Agenda, the Committee: – endorsed the principle that organizations should move – to the extent possible, in unison – in the direction of non-discrimination with regard to the recognition of domestic partnerships; – agreed as a first step to initiate consultations within organizations on the basis of the draft criteria provided in annex V to the Note. 2. (...) World Bank policy as concerns same-sex domestic partners requires that an affidavit of domestic partnership be signed under notary by both partners, certifying that criteria which are almost identical to those proposed by the CCAQ are met. (...) The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) recognizes registered domestic partnerships of the same or opposite-sex under specific criteria which mirror those most commonly applied by other organizations which grant GB.282/PFA/12 4 GB282-PFA-12-2001-09-0213-1-EN.Doc/v2 partial recognition.
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Score: 948465.8 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...m/gb/docs/gb282/pdf/pfa-12.pdf
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In addition, recognizing that this issue was intrinsically related to the work and life issues outlined in the Administrative Committee on Co-ordination’s policy statement for a Work/Family Agenda, the Committee: – endorsed the principle that organizations should move – to the extent possible, in unison – in the direction of non-discrimination with regard to the recognition of domestic partnerships; – agreed as a first step to initiate consultations within organizations on the basis of the draft criteria provided in annex V to the Note. 2. (...) World Bank policy as concerns same-sex domestic partners requires that an affidavit of domestic partnership be signed under notary by both partners, certifying that criteria which are almost identical to those proposed by the CCAQ are met. (...) The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) recognizes registered domestic partnerships of the same or opposite-sex under specific criteria which mirror those most commonly applied by other organizations which grant GB.282/PFA/12 4 GB282-PFA-12-2001-09-0213-1-EN.Doc/v2 partial recognition.
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Score: 948465.8 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...m/gb/docs/gb282/pdf/pfa-12.pdf
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Microsoft Word - Appendix 2 - Qualification Requirments_.doc Page 1 of 3 APPENDIX 2 UNIDO – Invitation to Bid – ITB no. 1100174437 APPENDIX 2 - QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS AND EVALUATION CRITERIA For evaluating the bids UNIDO will be based on the following qualification requirements for bidders as the first stage and when qualified, evaluation criteria for the selection of the qualified best bidder as a second stage. (...) Licenses /Authorizations The Bidder must provide a copy of relevant licenses and/or authorizations where applicable enabling the company to perform the required services/work of the category of the services/work required under the ITB. 3. Recognized Quality Standards The Bidder is to indicate if and which, recognized Quality Control System/Standards are applied to their activity/goods (i.e. (...) Eligibility Statement of Confirmation, incl. compliance with UNIDO Policy on Exclusion from Funding The Bidder must comply with the statements listed in the Statement of Confirmation document provided on the last page of the Instructions for the Preparation and Submission of Proposals. B. EVALUATION CRITERIA The bids will be evaluated against the following evaluation criteria: I.
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Score: 947924 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...ualification%20Requirments.pdf
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Ferrajolo Taranto   1892 04/19 Request for further information needed Osservatorio San Marcellino   1872 04/19 Request for further information needed Norway Svalbard AP (Arctic)  0-20000-0-01008 1916  Subject to specific considerations re Polar stations (20 % missing data, 11/20) WMO Recognition mechanism WMO Recognition Mechanism Background In May 2013, the 66th session of the Executive Council requested the Commission for Climatology (CCl) , together with the Global Climate Observing System (GCOS) and the Commission for Instruments and Methods of Observations (CIMO) , to investigate site certification mechanisms, network criteria and monitoring principles in order to set-up an appropriate mechanism for recognizing centennial observing stations based on a minimum set of objective assessment criteria. (...) Self-assessment template for nomination of candidate stations Download the updated (November 2020): WMO centennial observing stations Criteria self-assessment template  (other languages in the invitation letter) WMO letters inviting nominations of candidate stations WMO letters inviting nominations of candidate stations in five languages: 2020 call for nominations Arabic French English Russian Spanish 2019 call for nominations Arabic   ( 32244-2019-CLW-CLPA-DMA-COS_ar.pdf ) French  ( 32244-2019-CLW-CLPA-DMA-COS_fr.pdf ) English  ( 32244-2019-CLW-CLPA-DMA-COS_en.pdf ) Russian ( 32244-2019-CLW-CLPA-DMA-COS_ru.pdf ) Spanish ( 32244-2019-CLW-CLPA-DMA-COS_es.pdf ) 2017 call for nominations Arabic French English Russian Spanish   2015 call for nominations Arabic ( PR-6871-OBS-WIS-DMA-COS_ar.pdf ) French ( PR-6871-OBS-WIS-DMA-COS_fr.pdf ) English ( PR-6871-OBS-WIS-DMA-COS_en.pdf ) Russian ( PR-6871-OBS-WIS-DMA-COS_ru.pdf ) Spanish ( PR-6871-OBS-WIS-DMA-COS_es.pdf ) Reports Final report: Further development of the WMO mechanism for recognizing long-term observing stations, 12-14 November 2019, Hong Kong, China Final report: Scoping meeting on a potential WMO recognition mechanism for centennial observing stations, 11-13 June 2014, Geneva, Switzerland  Draft recognition criteria for hydrological and marine observing sites Draft preliminary recognition criteria for long-term hydrological observing stations Draft preliminary recognition criteria for long-term marine observing stations Contact Peer Hechler Scientific Officer Climate Monitoring and Policy Services Division Services Department wcdmp@wmo.int Other long-term stations Nominated observing stations that do not meet all of the recognition criteria The below listed nominated centennial stations have been assessed by the Advisory Board for the Recognition of Long-term Observing Stations and have not been proposed for recognition as WMO centennial observing station because they do not meet one or more of the current recognition criteria. 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Stations Country/Stations WMO number Start of observation Note Brazil Belo Horizonte  83587 1910  Station does not meet recognition criteria including re periods of inactivity and siting classification  Porto Alegre 83967  1909  Station does not meet recognition criteria including re periods of inactivity and siting classification  Porto Nacional  83064  1915  Station does not meet recognition criteria including re periods of inactivity and siting classification  Egypt Asyut  62393  1900  Station does not meet recognition criteria including re metadata, data rescue and siting classification  Giza   62375 1902  Station does not meet recognition criteria including re data rescue and siting classification Gambia Banjul 61711 1886 Station does not meet recognition criteria including re relocations, siting classification and routine quality control Greece Larisa 16648 1893 Station does not meet recognition criterion re relocations Indonesia Jakarta 96745 tbd  Station does not meet recognition criteria re relocations, siting classification and routine quality control Iran, Islamic Republic of Bushehr  40858  1878  Station does not meet recognition criteria including re metadata  Esfahan  40800  1893  Station does not meet recognition criteria including re metadata   Jask  40893  1892  Station does not meet recognition criteria including re periods of inactivity and metadata  Mashhad  40745  1893  Station does not meet recognition criteria including re metadata   Tehran  40754  1893  Station does not meet recognition criteria including re metadata   Italy Osservatorio Rovereto – San Rocco  --  1882  Station does not meet recognition criteria including re siting classification  Kazakhstan Almaty 36870 1859  Station does not meet recognition criteria -Urbanisation Nur-Sultan 35188 1870 Station does not meet recognition criteria -Urbanisation Lithuania Kaunas 26629 1834 Station does not meet recognition criterion re relocations Klaipeda 26509 1830 Station does not meet recognition criterion re relocations Vilnius 26730 1777 Meteorological Radar located 10 m to the north of the station since 2014 Mali Tombouctou  61223  1897  Station not in operation since 2012   Peru Alexander Von Humboldt 0-604-1-15465005 1930 Less than 100 years Augusto Weberbauer 0-604-1-12565201 1933 Less than 100 years Imata 0-604-1-26391401 1935 Less than 100 years Lambayeque 0-604-1-09574201 1928 Less than 100 years Tingo Maria 0-604-1-16520305 1940 Less than 100 years Sudan Atbara  680  1907  Station does not meet recognition criteria including re data rescue and siting classification  El-Obied  771  1900  Station does not meet recognition criteria including re data rescue and siting classification  Khartoum  721  1900  Station does not meet recognition criteria including re data rescue and siting classification  Thailand Chiang Rai  0-20000-0-48303  1911  Station does not meet recognition criteria including re data rescue and siting classification  Mae Hong Son  0-20000-0-48300  1911  Station does not meet recognition criteria including re data rescue and siting classification  Nakhon Sawan  0-20000-0-48400  1911  Station does not meet recognition criteria including re data rescue and siting classification  Ranong  0-20000-0-48532  1911  Station does not meet recognition criteria including re data rescue and siting classification  Udon Thani  0-200000-0-48354  1911  Station does not meet recognition criteria including re data rescue and siting classification  Turkmenistan Kushka/ Serkhetabat 38987 1896 Station does not meet recognition criteria re periods of inactivity and relocations Sarakhs 38974 1902 Station does not meet recognition criteria re periods of inactivity and relocations Turkmenabat 38687 1894 Station does not meet recognition criteria re periods of inactivity and relocations You may also find this interesting Data rescue and archives Data rescue and archives International Data Rescue I-DARE Portal World Weather & Climate Extremes Archive World Weather & Climate Extremes Archive Follow WMO Discover Events News Bookstore Projects Bulletin MeteoWorld Learn Visit the Library Youth Corner WMO Governance Partnerships Contact us Procurement Privacy policy Report fraud, corruption or abuse About us Disclaimer Copyright Sitemap © 2022 World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
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Score: 939908.1 - https://public.wmo.int/en/our-.../centennial-observing-stations
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