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On 21 November 2007, he was reassigned from MONUC to the United Nations Mission in the Central African Republic and Chad (“MINURCAT”) as the Chief Supply Officer at the P-4 level. On 31 October 2010, he was provisionally reassigned from MINURCAT to the United Nations Mission in Liberia (“UNMIL”) as a Supply Officer at the P-4 level. 5. (...) The other members, the Chief Supply Officer of UNIFIL and the Chief of Contracts Management of UNAMID are both at the P-5 level. 23. (...) UNDT/2011/071 rostered for GVA 424630 have been selected for the Chief Supply Officer post at UNMIL or any other field mission.
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Score: 521879.74 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-071.pdf
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In October 2010 the Applicant was assigned to the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) as a P-4 Supply Officer. From 7 December 2010, the Applicant was designated “Officer-in- Charge” of the Supply Section in UNMIL. 3. (...) Such matters would include the fact that the Applicant was working against a P-5 Chief Supply Officer post and had been Chief Supply Officer in Chad for three years, thus having substantial experience in the position. (...) He stated that the main difference between a P-4 Chief of Supply and a P-5 Chief of Supply was that the latter was “more sophisticated.”
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Score: 519062.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-108.pdf
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According to the correspondence from the school dated 28 November 2017, the school provided the breakdown of the student supplies fees as follows: agenda/handbook fee, station[e]ry, textbooks and workbooks, sports equipment, reading and language arts supplies, science fee, yearbook, and math department supplies. (...) With the exception of the agenda and yearbook, all supplies remain property of the school. 77. The Tribunal finds that the Administration correctly determined that student supplies fees are inadmissible expenses. (...) The Applicant argues that “reading and language arts supplies” and “math department supplies”, some items listed as part of the student supplies fees, are equivalent to “library fee”, “science fee”, and “laboratory fee” which are considered as admissible expenses or as a capital assessment in the document titled “Administering Education Grants Job Aid” published by OHRM in June 2018 (“Education Grants Job Aid”) and thus school supplies should be treated as such. 79.
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Score: 514091.46 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-215.pdf
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Advertise the P-5 position of Chief, Supply Chain, UNMIK. Facts 2. The Applicant entered the United Nations system on 1 June 2004. (...) The position that she encumbered, i.e., Chief, Supply Chain and Service Delivery, would be reclassified and advertised as Chief, Supply Chain, and that she could applied to it if interested; and b. (...) The position that she encumbered, i.e., Chief, Supply Chain and Service Delivery, should not be reclassified but redeployed.
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Score: 507668.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2019-079.pdf
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The decision to reassign the Applicant to the Supply Section was taken in the best interests of the Organization. (...) The reassignment of the Applicant to the Supply Section also met the operational needs of the Supply Section which required an Administrative/Supply Assistant, fluent in Arabic, to prepare export and cargo movement documents for approval by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Customs authorities of Kuwait. (...) Arumugham’s assertions that “Supply is the future of the UN” at face value. 126.
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Score: 506272.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-058.pdf
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Many other staff members, totaling 17 who belonged to other sections, were moved to the Supply Chain Section while he was not moved together with his post in the Supply Chain Section. (...) The Respondent emphasizes that the Applicant had been performing Vehicle Mechanic functions while he was placed against a supply chain management post. It was lawful and reasonable for UNISFA to redeploy the post to perform the supply chain management functions for which the General Assembly had budgeted it. (...) However, the Applicant contends that the decision was unlawful and discriminatory because other staff members in other sections were moved to the Supply Chain Section while he was not, although the Applicant was informed that the post he encumbered belonged to the Supply Chain Section.
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Score: 505975.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-140.pdf
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DFS instructed larger peacekeeping missions to split the functions performed by Chief of Integrated Support Services, creating two pillars: Service Delivery and Supply Chain Management, with corresponding posts of Chief of Service Delivery and Chief of Supply Chain Management. (...) The Applicant also applied for Chief of Supply Chain Management, GJO 45020 and was called for a written test on 26 January 2016. 6. (...) The USG/DM further explained that such experience is an integral part of the supply chain process and falls under the Supply Chain Management Pillar, and not under the Service Delivery Pillar to which GJO 45021 relates.
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Score: 504976.66 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-042.pdf
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The decision of 26 September 2012 to cancel Vacancy Announcement Number 12-LOG-DFS-23194-R-NEW YORK (R) for the position of Chief Supply Officer (Chief of Supply Section); b. The decision of 26 September 2012 to cancel Vacancy Announcement Number 12-LOG-DFS-22903-R-NEW YORK (R) Chief Contingent-Owned Equipment and Property Management Support Section (“Chief Property Management”) and c. The ongoing selection process for the post of Chief Supply Section, subject of Temporary Vacancy Announcement (“TVA”) TVA-2012-DFS- LSD-23636-CSS-P5 dated 28 September 2012; Background 4. (...) The Applicant raises the issue of the cancellation of vacancy announcements for the posts of Chief Supply Officer (Chief of Supply Section) and Chief Contingent-Owned Equipment and Property Management Support Section on 26 September 2012. 16.
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Score: 502834.33 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-160.pdf
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By application filed on 9 October 2013, the Applicant, a Supply Officer at the P-3 level at the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (“UNHCR”) in Budapest, Hungary, seeks suspension of action of the decisions to select external candidates for the following positions: 1) Senior Supply Officer, Field Procurement Support, P-4, post No. 10019625, Job Opening No. 8139; 2) Senior Supply Officer, P-4, based in Nairobi, post No. 10003078, Job Opening No. 8329; 3) Senior Supply Officer, Global Stock Management, P-4, Job Opening No. 8098. (...) However, in her request for management evaluation of 8 October 2013, the Applicant only referred to the position of Senior Supply Officer No. 10019625, Job Opening No. 8139. (...) As regards to post No. 10019625, Job Opening No. 8139, Senior Supply Officer, the Tribunal notes that the Applicant received a reply to her request for Case No.
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Score: 497839.26 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2013-157.pdf
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The Applicant is seeking to be selected and appointed to the position of supply officer at the P-3 level in UNMISS. Procedural history 3. The Applicant served as Fuel Officer, Supply Section at UNOCI until 27 September 2016, when he was separated from service due to the downsizing of the Mission. 4. The Applicant applied for the position of supply officer at the P-3 level in UNMISS in Juba, South Soudan.
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Score: 493305 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2017-005.pdf
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