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For the purposes of the fulfilment, in whole or in part, of its standards or criteria for the authorization, licensing or certification of services suppliers, and subject to the requirements of paragraph 3, a Member may recognize the education or experience obtained, requirements met, or licenses or certifications granted in a particular country. (...) Where a Member accords recognition autonomously, it shall afford adequate opportunity for any other Member to demonstrate that education, experience, licenses, or certifications obtained or requirements met in that other Member's territory should be recognized. 3. A Member shall not accord recognition in a manner which would constitute a means of discrimination between countries in the application of its standards or criteria for the authorization, licensing or certification of services suppliers, or a disguised restriction on trade in services. 4. (...) Wherever appropriate, recognition should be based on multilaterally agreed criteria. In appropriate cases, Members shall work in cooperation with relevant intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations towards the establishment and adoption of common WTO ANALYTICAL INDEX GATS – Article VII (Practice) 2 international standards and criteria for recognition and common international standards for the practice of relevant services trades and professions. 1.2 General 1.2.1 Electronic commerce 1.
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Score: 1033285.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...ons_e/ai17_e/gats_art7_oth.pdf
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Microsoft Word - Appendix 2 - Qualification Requirements and Evaluation Criteria_MPD.docx Appendix 2 Page 1 of 3 APPENDIX 2 QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS AND EVALUATION CRITERIA The Proposal must include information in sufficient scope and detail to allow UNIDO to consider whether your company/organization has the necessary capability, experience, knowledge, expertise, financial strength, and the required capacity to supply the goods specified satisfactorily. (...) Turnover The average annual turnover for the past 3 years should be approximately € 4.5 Mio. B. EVALUATION CRITERIA The bids will be evaluated against the following technical and commercial evaluation criteria: 1. (...) The proposal will be evaluated according to the criteria given in the below table. The offers which achieve the minimum technical score of 75 points will be considered as technically acceptable.
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Score: 1031781.6 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...d%20Evaluation%20Criteria_.pdf
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Establishing  clear  effectiveness  criteria  for  human  rights  due  diligence  processes   undertaken  by  companies  as  outlined  in  the  Guiding  Principles.     3. (...) What   is   needed   is   to   draw  the  relevant  concepts  out  into  a  more  clearly  defined  list  of  criteria  and  to  explore   what   further   criteria   are  needed.  Any  process   aimed  at  developing   criteria  of   this   kind   should  be  open  and  consultative.  
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Score: 1030035.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...eForHumanRightsAndBusiness.pdf
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ITU Normal.dot RESOLUTION 703 (Rev.WRC-07) Calculation methods and interference criteria recommended by ITU-R for sharing frequency bands between space radiocommunication and terrestrial radiocommunication services or between space radiocommunication services The World Radiocommunication Conference (Geneva, 2007), considering a) that, in frequency bands shared with equal rights by space radiocommunication and terrestrial radiocommunication services, it is necessary to impose certain technical limitations and coordination procedures on each of the sharing services for the purpose of limiting mutual interference; b) that, in frequency bands shared by space stations located on geostationary satellites, it is necessary to impose coordination procedures for the purpose of limiting mutual interference; c) that the calculation methods and interference criteria relating to coordination procedures referred to in considering   a) and b) are based upon ITU‑R Recommendations; d) that, in recognition of the successful sharing of the frequency bands by space radio​communication and terrestrial radiocommunication services, and the continuing improvements in space technology and that of the Earth segment, each Radiocommunication Assembly has improved upon some of the technical criteria recommended by the preceding Assembly; e) that the ITU Radiocommunication Assembly has approved a procedure for approving Recommendations between Radiocommunication Assemblies; f   ) that the Constitution recognizes the right of Member States to make special arrangements on telecommunication matters; however, such arrangements shall not be in conflict with the terms of the Constitution, Convention or of the Regulations annexed thereto as far as harmful interference to the radio services of other countries is concerned; g) that the use of this Resolution may reduce the need for incorporation by reference of some ITU‑R Recommendations, is of the opinion a) that future decisions of ITU‑R are likely to make further changes in the recommended calculation methods and interference criteria; b) that the administrations should whenever possible apply the current ITU‑R Recom​mendations on sharing criteria when planning systems for use in frequency bands shared with equal rights between space radiocommunication and terrestrial radiocommunication services, or between space radiocommunication services, invites administrations to submit contributions to the Radiocommunication Study Groups, providing information on practical results and experience of sharing between terrestrial and space radiocommunication services or between space services, which help to bring about significant improvements in coordination procedures, calculation methods and harmful interference thresholds, and thereby to optimize the available orbit/spectrum resources, resolves 1 that the Director of the Radiocommunication Bureau, in consultation with Study Group Chairmen, shall annually prepare a list identifying the relevant newly approved ITU‑R Recommen​dations relating to sharing between space radiocommunication and terrestrial radiocommunication services, or between space radiocommunication services; 2 that the Director of the Radiocommunication Bureau shall, once a year, publish this list electronically for the information of all administrations.
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Score: 1027185 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../0A/06/R0A0600001C0001MSWE.doc
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As may be seen, Peru primarily applies the principle of territoriality to attribute jurisdiction, because it is the criterion best suited to the exercise of jurisdiction in criminal law.8 Without prejudice thereto, other (complementary) criteria for the attribution of jurisdiction are also used; as was recognized by the Permanent Court of International Justice when it ruled “Though it is true that in all systems of law the principle of the territorial character of criminal law is fundamental, it is equally true that all or nearly all the systems of law extend their action to offences committed outside the territory of the State which adopts them, and they do so in ways which vary from State to State. (...) In addition, as regards the criteria for interpretation, the Fourth Final Provision provides that “Laws relating to the rights and liberties recognized by the Constitution are interpreted in accordance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and with international treaties and agreements on the subject ratified by Peru”. (...) However, the fact that these various criteria exist side by side can lead to disputes between States wanting to bring an accused before their courts.
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Score: 1025491.6 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...Juri_StatesComments/Peru_E.pdf
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For several years, to assist governments, Major Groups and other stakeholders, the trade union have developed a detailed series of profiles on a comprehensive criteria affecting employment creation, such as ILO conventions, environment, health, gender as well as the themes emerging from the World Summit like water and sanitation. (...) These new profiles allow all of us to both recognize good practices, and to focus new awareness on those MNE’s which fail to comply with the principles they profess. Such criteria are essential to assuring that the investments in enterprise and job creation is producing not just jobs, but good jobs.
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Score: 1022531.2 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...3/statements/1204_trade_hs.pdf
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The United Nations has long recognized this. It is also reflected in the Charter. (...) Mr Chair, Non-State applicants for General Assembly observer status must satisfy two criteria: that they are intergovernmental organisations whose activities cover matters of interest to the General Assembly. (...) In conclusion, Norway is of the clear view the Community of Democracies meets the criteria for observer status set out in General Assembly Decision 49/426 and is in line with previous practice.
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Score: 1022531.2 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...tements/democracies/norway.pdf
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Conflict Zones Risk Information ICAO / Safety / Performance Based Navigation / PBN Recognition of Compliance Overview Documentation PBN Implementation Charting Plans Products and Services Recognitions of Compliance Currently selected External Courses PBN App Contact Us PBN Recognition of Compliance   In order to assist States with expediting implementation of Performance-based Navigation (PBN) procedures, ICAO has recognized instrument procedure design organizations that meet certain conditions and criteria.   (...) These conditions and criteria that the organization must meet include: It is authorized by a State to design instrument flight procedures; It has operational procedures published in the authorizing State’s AIP; It has a designated Chief Instrument Flight Procedure Designer; It has qualified and competent designers who have undergone training that is approved/accepted by the authorizing State; It has an effective Quality Management System (QMS), acceptable to the Authorizing State;   It has an effective Safety Management System (SMS),   acceptable to the Authorizing State; It agrees to ICAO’s Standing Rules for Recognition of Compliance ( click here ); and It agrees to pay an administration fee for the ICAO review and processing of the recognition. (...) List={ListId}&ID={ItemId}') 0x0 0x0 ContentType 0x0120D520 350 ​ Interested instrument flight procedure organizations can apply to ICAO for recognition of compliance by submitting a formal request with written documentation confirming that it meets the conditions and criteria stated above to:   pbn@icao.int    Share this page : Contact ICAO | The United Nations Terms and Conditions | External Resources | Web Support | FAQ © International Civil Aviation Organization
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Score: 1020444.1 - https://www.icao.int/safety/pbn/Pages/PBN-Recognition.aspx
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Application of exclusionary criteria: While there are commonalities in the exclusionary criteria, their use in practice may vary significantly. (...) Furthermore, engagement may be considered if the level of engagement of a company in excluded activities is low (e.g. based on direct or indirect involvement, or on revenues). While it is recognized that different organizations have mandate-specific criteria which may at times lead to different decision-making outcomes, a lack of awareness on these variations is likely to lead to perceived inconsistency within and outside the UN system. 4. (...) It is recognized that individual UN entities may want to apply additional exclusionary criteria, or define supplementary preferred partner attributes, or high-risk identification measures, which can be important for the implementation of their specific mandates and the achievement of their programmatic and advocacy goals.
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Score: 1019266.8 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...enericdocument/wcms_726770.pdf
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Evaluation criteria: who wins and who loses from development interventions? - IOE - ifad.org الملاحة التخطي للمحتوى Evaluation criteria: who wins and who loses from development interventions? (...) The OECD DAC evaluation criteria can (a) be kept as they are; (b) be transformed, including by updating their definitions; or (c) be expanded, by adding new criteria.
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Score: 1019027.4 - https://www.ifad.org/ar/web/io...rom-development-interventions-
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