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In particular, the Respondent notes that UNAT opined that it was not in a position to rule on the basis of uncertain and disputed facts, namely whether it is actually possible for the Applicant to perform the duties of a translator in a member organization, or at least duties commensurate with her education and professional qualifications and which are reasonably compatible with her impairment, taking into account the duties actually required of a translator and the technology available to compensate for her inability to use a computer keyboard. (...) (iv) UNAT was not in a position to rule on the basis of uncertain and disputed facts, namely whether it is actually possible for the Applicant to perform the duties of a translator in a member organization, or at least duties commensurate with her education and professional qualifications and which are reasonably compatible with her impairment, taking into account the duties actually required of a translator and the technology available to compensate for her inability to use a computer keyboard and that for this reason, the Standing Committee should reconsider the Applicant’s request after carrying out the required checks, for example finding out from the translation services of member organizations what technology is available that might compensate effectively for the appellant’s impairment and to what extent it would compensate for that impairment in the light of the duties actually required of a translator in those organizations.
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Score: 413030.27 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-124.pdf
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By application filed on 8 July 2014, the Applicant, the Coordinator, Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management (“SAICM”), Chemicals Branch, Division of Technology, Industry and Economics, United Nations Environment Programme (“UNEP”) (P-5), requests the suspension of action, pending management evaluation, of the “implied decision” not to extend her fixed-term appointment (“FTA”), expiring on 10 July 2014. (...) Indeed, following discussions, the Applicant had agreed to a lateral move to a new position as Senior Programme Officer within the Chemicals Branch, Division of Technology, Industry and Economics, UNEP, post No. 607063, hence the instant application comes as a surprise; c.
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Score: 412102.54 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2014-104.pdf
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In his application for suspension of action, the Applicant summarizes the facts of the case as follows (emphasis in original): (1): On 23 April, 2015, the proposed programme budget for the Office of Information and Communications Technology [“OICT”], Section 29E of Part VIII Common Support Services, Section 29E was issued. (...) (3): In the report of the 5th Committee A/70/648, V Information and communications technology in the United Nations, the 5th Committee “2. (...) I was advised that the composition of the assessment panel was [the Chief Information Technology Officer (“CITO”), name redacted, Mr. AO] and [name redacted, Mr.
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Score: 410231.15 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2017-162.pdf
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Amineddine (the “Applicant”), a Field Language Assistant with the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (“UNTSO”), contests his non-selection for Job Opening 87864 – Information Technology Assistant (“JO 87864”) with the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (“UNIFIL”). (...) As noted above, the Applicant applied for JO 87684, Information Technology Assistant with the UNIFIL Regional Information and Communications Technology Section (RICTS) at the G-5 level, which UNIFIL advertised on 26 October 2017. (...) The Panel assessed 11 candidates against the competencies of professionalism, client orientation and technological awareness. 10. The Panel rated the Applicant as partially meeting the requirements for the competency of client orientation and gave a “satisfactory” rating for his professionalism and technological awareness. 11.
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Score: 410231.15 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2021-UNAT-1125.pdf
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In addition, the Applicant complains that the Joint Appeals Board (“JAB”) rejected his appeal against the Administration sequestering his computer hard drive contrary to the provisions of ST/SGB/2004/15 (Use of information and communication technology resources and data) of 29 November 2004. (...) Michel Bergeron, CITS (Communications and Information Technology Services) of UNLB, in which under the heading “Seizure of Computer and E-mail back-up tapes” it was stated that: 1. (...) UNDT/2011/018 Page 25 of 29 SUBJECT: Allegations of Pornographic Materials on UN Information and Communication Technology Resources Summary: To provide guidance to Field Missions on procedures for handling violations of the Secretary-General’s Bulletin on the use of information and communication technology resources and data (ST/SGB/2004/15). 1.
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Score: 406562.77 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-018.pdf
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On 29 July 2016, the Applicant filed his application in which he summarised the facts of the case as follows: … On 16 June 2016, the Applicant requested a management evaluation of the decision of the Under-Secretary-General, DM, not to cancel then make a selection pursuant to Job Opening number 15-IST-OICT-41653-R-NEW YORK (R) for the defunct position of Chief of Service (Dl), Strategic Information and Communication Technology Management, in the Office of Information and Communications Technology (OICT) [“the selection decision”]
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Score: 403423.93 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-107.pdf
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The Applicant is the Chief of the Information Technology and Umoja Support Section at the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (“ECA”).
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Score: 402887.33 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2014-267.pdf
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He serves as an Information Technology Assistant at the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUSCO), and is based in Kinshasa. 2.
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Score: 402887.33 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2015-288.pdf
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On 15 September 2016, the Applicant informed the Tribunal that since the filing of the Application, he has been placed on a fixed-term contract in the MONUSCO Communications and Information Technology Section and that “given [his] placement on a fixed-term contract, [he] wishes to withdraw his Application on the merits.”
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Score: 402887.33 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2016-443.pdf
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On 23 September 2007, the Applicant joined UNIFIL as an information technology assistant at the FS-4 level on a fixed-term appointment. (...) The Chief Information Technology reported to UNIFIL Human Resources Management Section (“HRMS/UNIFIL”) that the Applicant had not informed his supervisor of his absence and that his whereabouts could not be established. (...) While the Applicant was on certified sick leave he received an e- mail from the Chief of Regional Information and Communications Technology Services (“C/RICTS”) confirming the notification he was given in June 2016 that he was assigned to UNIFIL Sector East.
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Score: 401488.38 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2017-095.pdf
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