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Page 123 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 123 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology P. 123 Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things 3 – Support device diagnosis and automatic reparation. – Support capability of creating, updating, deleting and retrieving device identifiers and managing identifier mapping. – Support device discovery. – Support capability of grouping devices based on device attributes (such as device type, device location, etc.). 9.2.2.3 Data processing The functionalities of data processing are as follows: – Support capability of data format transformation between different data formats as required by devices and applications. – Support capability of aggregating data from devices and applications. 9.2.2.4 Data storage The functionalities of data storage are as follows: – Support access rights (e.g., read, write) to data that are stored in the gateway for security and privacy purposes. – Support capability of data caching for data from devices and applications. – Support data synchronization between the gateway and applications, e.g., upload of collected data from devices to applications, download of configuration management data from applications to the gateway. 9.2.2.5 Communication management The functionalities of communication management are as follows: – Support capability of establishing and managing communications between the gateway and applications. – Support selection of the access network (to connect with the communication networks) according to the communication technologies supported by the gateway (e.g., GPRS, WCDMA, LTE, etc). – Support capability of data transferring from applications and devices based on QoS enabled policies, e.g., priority of data transferring from devices in different network environments. – Support capability of communication based on device grouping. 9.2.3 Adaptation capabilities group 9.2.3.1 Interface abstraction The functionalities of interface abstraction are as follows: – Support interface mapping from abstract interface to specific interfaces supported by devices and applications. This includes interface mapping for new device interfaces when new types of devices connect to the gateway. 9.2.3.2 Device adaptation The functionalities of device adaptation are as follows: – Support capability of connectivity adaptation for the different types of devices or other gateways that connect to the gateway. 9.2.3.3 Network adaptation The functionalities of network adaptation are as follows: Rec.
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Page 879 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 879 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology P. 879 Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things 6 8 The adaptable application support model The adaptable application support model consists of the functional view, implementation view and deployment view and related capabilities. NOTE 1 – The three views of the application support model can be used to derive and validate the capabilities for support of adaptable applications of the IoT. (...) Each functional group contains related capabilities for support of the IoT adaptable applications. Each functional group contains related capabilities for support of the IoT adaptable applications.
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It should also be noted that General Assembly Resolution 71/323 :  “Stresses the importance of the contributions of Member States to the trust fund in support of the Office of the President of the General Assembly, and in this regard notes with appreciation the contributions that have been made to the fund, and encourages Member States to continue to contribute to the fund and to allow for unspent contributions from previous sessions to be made available for succeeding term”     Contributions to the OPGA Trust Fund for the 72nd session   DATE CONTRIBUTOR PROJECT COMMITMENT June 2017 India General administrative, logistical and management support USD 250,000 July 2017 Hungary General administrative, logistical and management support USD 56,970 July 2017 Turkey General administrative, logistical and management support USD 60,000 August 2017 Slovakia General administrative, logistical and management support USD 178,500 September 2017 United Arab Emirates General administrative, logistical and management support USD 300,000 September 2017 State of Qatar General administrative, logistical and management support USD 500,000 September 2017 State of Kuwait General administrative, logistical and management support USD 150,000 October 2017 Georgia To support funding of the position of Consultant for Legal Affairs USD 30,000 October 2017 Luxembourg To support initiatives on prevention and mediation in sustaining peace, including the high-level meeting of the General Assembly on sustaining peace foreseen in April 2018 USD 11,783 October 2017 Ireland General administrative, logistical and management support USD 152,917 October 2017 China General administrative, logistical and management support USD 300,000 December 2017 Cyprus General administrative, logistical and management support USD 8,330 December 2017 Germany To support initiatives on prevention, mediation and sustaining peace, including the high-level meeting of the General Assembly on sustaining peace foreseen in April 2018 USD 300,000 February 2018 Kingdom of Bahrain General administrative, logistical and management support USD 100,000 February 2018 Japan To support initiatives on prevention, mediation, sustaining peace, Sustainable Development Goals, and to provide general administrative, logistical and management support USD 50,454 February 2018 Kingdom of Bahrain General administrative, logistical and management support USD 100,000   Contributions to the Trust Fund are reported after receipt. 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To date, the President has travelled on official visits to:   From 31 May 2017 (election) to 12 September 2017  (assumption of office) Russian Federation, 6 June 2017 (supported by the Government of Slovakia) Japan , 2 – 5 July 2017 (supported by the Governments of Japan and Slovakia) China , 12 – 15 July 2017 (supported by the Governments of China and Slovakia) Switzerland , 25 July 2017 (supported by the Government of Slovakia) India , 26 – 28 August 2017 (supported by the Government of India) Slovenia and Poland , 4 – 5 September 2017 (supported by the Government of Slovakia)   From 12 September 2017 onwards Geneva (Switzerland) , 10 – 12 October 2017 (supported by UN regular budget) France, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, 30 October – 6 November 2017 (supported by the UN regular budget and the Governments of Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates) Germany , 15 November 2017 (supported by the UN regular budget) Austria and Switzerland, 27 – 28 November 2017 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Kenya and Mexico , 1 – 7 December 2017 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) France , 14 December 2017 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) UAE, Kuwait, Qatar, Italy, and Switzerland , 13 – 25 January 2018 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly, the Governments of the UAE, the State of Kuwait and the State of Qatar) Republic of Korea , 7 – 11 February 2018 (supported by the UN regular budget, Government of the Republic of Korea, the International Olympic Committee and the Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizenship) Germany , 16 – 18 February 2018 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Switzerland and Ethiopia , 25 February – 1 March 2018 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Colombia , 15 – 17 March 2018 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly Czech Republic and Belgium , 25 – 27 March 2018 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly, the Government of the Czech Republic) Azerbaijan , 4 – 6 April 2018 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly, the Government of Azerbaijan) Italy , 27 – 30 April 2018 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly) Sweden and Rwanda , 7 – 8 May 2018 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly, the Governments of Sweden and Rwanda) Thailand and Slovakia , 14 – 19 May 2018 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly, the Governments of Thailand and Slovakia) Finland, Romania and Greece , 17 – 22 June 2018 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly, the Governments of Finland, Romania and Greece) People’s Republic of China , 1-3 July 2018 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly and the Governments of China) Liechtenstein and Austria , 24 – 26 August 2018 (supported by the Trust Fund of the Office of the President of the General Assembly and the Governments of Austria and Liechtenstein) Information on the staff of the Office of the President The staff of the Office of the President of the UN General Assembly (OPGA) are identifiable through their  biographies on the website . 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Information on the Trust Fund of previous sessions of the General Assembly GA Session Contributor  Project Commitment 64 th  session (Sep 2009 – Sep 2010) Government of Norway Thematic Debate on Disarmament USD 50,134 Government of Algeria Thematic Debate on Disarmament USD 10,000 Government of Egypt Thematic Debate on Disarmament USD 10,000 65 th  session (Sep 2010 – Sep 2011) Government of the Republic of Korea Staffing USD 126,500 Government of Italy Staffing USD 265,000 Government of Slovenia Thematic Debates during 65 th  session, including on Least Developed Countries USD 7,060 Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation Thematic Debates for the preparation of 4 th  Least Developed Countries Conference (including other thematic debates during the 65 th  session) USD 59,700 MacArthur Foundation Thematic Debate on International Migration and Development USD 37,178 67 th  session (Sep 2012 – Sep 2013)  Government of Qatar General administrative, logistical and management support  USD 100,000 Government of Luxembourg For initiatives in the area of the reform and revitalization of the UN USD 12,872 Government of People’s Republic of China General administrative, logistical and management support USD 300,000 Government of Turkey General administrative, logistical and management support USD 60,000 Government of Japan General administrative, logistical and management support USD 6,471 68 th  session (Sep 2013 – Sep 2014) Government of Italy To support Post-2015 Development Agenda USD 50,000 Government of Antigua and Barbuda Concert USD 47,164 69 th  session (Sep 2014 – Sep 2015)  Government of United Arab Emirates  General administrative, logistical and management support  USD 50,000 Government of South Africa General administrative, logistical and management support USD 50,000 70th session (Sep 2015 – Sep 2016) Government of Turkey High-Level Thematic Debates USD 50,000 Government of People’s Republic of China General administrative, logistical and management support USD 300,000 Government of Ireland Staffing USD 114,038 Government of Denmark High-Level Thematic Debates USD 365,593 Government of Germany General administrative, logistical and management support USD 56,150 Government of Kazakhstan High-Level Thematic Debate on UN, Peace and Security USD 15,207 71st session (Sep 2016 – Sep 2017) Government of the Republic India General administrative, logistical and management support USD 250,000 Government of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan General administrative, logistical and management support USD 25,000 Government of the Democratic Republic of Timor Leste Support for SDGs, Oceans, Climate Change USD 200,000 Government of People’s Republic of China General administrative, logistical and management support USD 300,000 Government of United Arab Emirates General administrative, logistical and management support USD 100,000 Government of State of Qatar General administrative, logistical and management support USD 250,000 Government of the State of Kuwait General administrative, logistical and management support USD 150,000 Government of the Republic of Turkey General administrative, logistical and management support USD 100,000 Government of the Slovak Republic General administrative, logistical and management support USD 10,423 QUICK LINKS UN News UN Journal Webcast KEY DOCUMENTS UN Charter GA Rules of Procedure Resolutions RELATED SITES General Assembly General Assembly Affairs Protocol RESOURCES Documents Search Delegate’s handbook Media Arrangements United Nations CONTACT | COPYRIGHT | FRAUD ALERT | PRIVACY NOTICE | SITE INDEX | TERMS OF USE UNITED NATIONS
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Score: 258140.2 - https://www.un.org/pga/72/ethics-and-transparency/
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The document in support of the appeal shall contain the grounds of appeal. (...) The document in support of the appeal brief shall contain the grounds of appeal. (...) The document in support of the appeal shall set out the grounds of appeal and shall contain the legal and/or factual reasons in support of each ground of appeal.
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Score: 258073.63 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/.../ExplanatoryNoteROC2017ENG.PDF
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Delivering housing and support in one package can only be linked to ‘institutions’ and not to ‘residential support services’, we think. Article 19b talks about a range of “in-home, residential and other community support services”. So is art 19 talking about residential services or residential support services? (...) If not, art 19b would only give examples about support given at home and not in society. Institutions / residential care settings where the person most of the time resides is the opposite of individualized residential support services, providing support in the community.
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Score: 258070.95 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...es/CRPD/DGCArticle19/GRIP.docx
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Promoting/supporting inclusive and meaningful multi-stakeholder engagement 2. (...) Promoting/supporting inclusive and meaningful multi-stakeholder engagement 2. (...) what constituency specific deliverables could this include? 4. What catalytic support from PMNCH is needed at country level to support improved multi-stakeholder engagement and cross – sectoral collaboration?
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Score: 258038.35 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou...ith-our-EWEC-core-partners.pdf
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TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Role of the Committee on Agriculture 1 Review Process 1 Market Access Notifications 2 Table MA:1 3 Table MA:2 4 Table MA:3 5 Table MA:4 6 Table MA:5 7 Domestic Support Notifications 8 Current Total AMS 9 Table DS:1 10 Supporting Table DS:1 10 Supporting Table DS:2 11 Supporting Table DS:3 11 Supporting Table DS:4 12 Supporting Table DS:5 13 Supporting Table DS:6 13 Supporting Table DS:7 14 Supporting Table DS:8 14 Supporting Table DS:9 15 Table DS:2 16 Export Subsidy Notifications 17 Table ES:1 18 Supporting Table ES:1 18 Table ES:2 19 Supporting Table ES:2 20 Table ES:3 21 Export Prohibitions and Restriction Notifications 22 Table ER:1 22 Assistance Measures Notifications 23 Table NF:1 23 Annex A 24-25 WTO CoA: Guide to Reviewing Notifications 1 WTO Committee on Agriculture Guide to Reviewing Notifications This guide has been developed to assist WTO members prepare for WTO Committee on Agriculture (CoA) meetings. (...) A summary table (Table DS:1) and supporting tables (Supporting Tables DS:1 to DS:9) should be submitted. (...) The following amounts are transferred to Supporting Table DS:4: • product-specific AMSs from Supporting Tables DS:5, DS:6, and DS:75, and • product-specific equivalent measurements of support (EMSs) from Supporting Table DS:8 and • non-product specific AMS from Supporting Table DS:9.
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Microsoft Word - July 2018-June 2019 upcoming solicitations plan for UNPD - FINAL Upcoming Solicitations for Field Procurement Service   2018‐2019      Engineering  Commodity  Group  Description  Use (GSC, RSC,  Mission Support)  Multi‐year or  Spot buy          Engineering  Defense barriers    Global contract for  Mission support  Multi‐year  Engineering  Chain link fence    Global contract for  Mission support  Multi‐year  Engineering  Modular observation towers (ballistic resistant)  Global contract for  Mission support  Multi‐year  Engineering  Modular kitchen and dining facilities for 100 persons     Global contract for  Mission support  Multi‐year  Engineering  Soft skin Structures     Global contract for  Mission support  Multi‐year  Engineering  Split type A/C Units    Global contract for  Mission support  Multi‐year  Engineering  Modularization Enabling Capacities     Global contract for  Mission support  Multi‐year  Engineering  Waste water treatment plants  Global contract for  Mission support  Multi‐year  Engineering  Water and waste water pumps  Global contract for  Mission support  Multi‐year  Engineering  Modular laundry facilities    Global contract for  Mission support  Multi‐year  Engineering  PV street lighting systems    Global contract for  Mission support  Multi‐year  Engineering  PV Diesel hybrid power systems    Global contract for  Mission support  Multi‐year  Engineering  100 Person deployable expeditionary Camp     UNGSC  Multi‐year  Engineering  Waste water treatment services in support of  MINUSMA  MINUSMA  Multi‐year  Engineering  Construction of pillars for the demarcation of the  Nigeria‐Cameroon border  UNOWAS  Spot boy 
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Score: 257957.08 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/s...18-Jun2019_FPS_ENGINEERING.pdf
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Rather, it means the vendor may optionally provide the feature and still claim conformance with the specification. 6 Basis of IoT application support models 6.1 Concepts and purpose of IoT application support models The IoT application support models refer to different sets of the IoT capabilities, including their relations, which can support IoT applications with some characteristic requirements, such as application adaptability, reliability and manageability. (...) In this Recommendation, the framework of the IoT application support models and three specific application support models: the adaptable application support model, the reliable application support model and the configurable application support model, are specified. Clause 6.2 provides the rationale for this classification of the IoT application support models. NOTE 3 –This Recommendation specifies only three application support models.
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International support measures for LDCs | LDC Portal - International Support Measures for Least Developed Countries Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español LDC Portal - International Support Measures for Least Developed Countries Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home Trade-related support for LDCs Financial and technical cooperation Support for LDC participation in international forums Support for LDC graduation (Gradjet) Organizations LDC library LDC News and Events Events archive News archive About Home International support measures for LDCs International support measures for LDCs The least developed country (LDC) category was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 1971 as a result of the acknowledgment by the international community that special support measures were needed to assist the least developed among the developing countries. (...) This portal contains information on these international support measures, as well as relevant news and analysis. Trade-related international support for LDCs The international community has committed to supporting the goal of integrating the LDCs into the multilateral trading system and increasing their participation in world markets.
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