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UNITED NATIONS INTERNET PUBLISHING
Preparation of United Nations materials 3.14 The United Nations Internet site at Headquarters (http://www.un.org) is the central web site of the Organization. It should comprise content and references covering the work of the Organization as a whole, with links to all sites at offices away from Headquarters. (...) The copyright tag should be linked to the Terms and Conditions of Use of United Nations Web Sites, found in section 2 of the annex. (...) This Site may contain links and references to third-party web sites. The linked sites are not under the control of the United Nations, and the United Nations is not responsible for the content of any linked site or any link contained in a linked site.
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Score: 789015.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=ST/AI/2001/5&Lang=E
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WEB-SUPPORTED STATISTICAL DISSEMINATION PROCESS SERVING THE USERS : SUPPORTING PAPER : SUMMARY / SUBMITTED BY STATISTICAL OFFICE OF THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA
The paper will present two aspects of using web technology in statistical information systems: web technology in the statistical process and web technology in dissemination of statistics. (...) Putting all together: linked dissemination services 9. Tightly integrated web sites with smart links to really related topics and contents are state of the art today. Here is the point where different phases from the statistical process find their expression: metadata collected using stand-alone applications and web forms serve as a source for automatically managed links on the interconnected web site.
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Score: 788654.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S/AC.71/2004/9(SUMMARY)&Lang=E
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GUIDELINES FOR STATISTICAL METADATA ON THE INTERNET : PAPER / CONTRIBUTED BY STATISTICS NORWAY
Easy linkage of information (e.g. hypertext) At the same time, the Internet provides new features for searching, linking and selecting information. Appropriate control tools for the organisation of web pages and the management of hyperlinks can thus improve the quality of dissemination. 11. (...) Management: The statistical agency should consider management and cost issues linked to the establishment and updating of a Web site, including the allocation of resources. 32. (...) Update information: Updating is a critical part of a Web service. Automated, dynamic links to general databases are often preferable to ad-hoc manual updating of static pages.
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Score: 788520.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=CES/1998/32&Lang=E
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SOME THOUGHTS ABOUT THE INTERNET AND OFFICIAL STATISTICS : PAPER / PREPARED BY THE OFFICE FOR NATIONAL STATISTICS, UNITED KINGDOM
Where printed, or where delivered in machine readable form, such as excel spreadsheets, that will determine the design of the information. 13. A typical web-site might consist of five quite distinct elements, which will be linked where relevant. (...) The needs of each and every user of this service will be of sufficient value to the statistical office, or of sufficient importance to government, that they might justify their own access path through the web-site services, as well as their own approach to linking to parts of the web-site content either on their own internal network, through the internet or through some private network. (...) The statistical process and data access benefits we will obtain from the fully web integrated architecture will be · Extensive public documentation at low cost · Hugely improved performance monitoring · Lower cost structure for all activities · Reduced cycle times for new activity · Credible capacity for more innovation · More rapid creation of new products · Able to manage more change at any time · Web can provide several channels for supply and delivery of services · Much reduced communication costs · Easy links to any relevant organisation · All statistical office statistical services are able to be digitised · Web compatible services penetrating down into all business processes · Exchangeable business systems and processes 21.
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Score: 787454.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=CES/2001/5&Lang=E
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PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF INFORMATION CONTAINED IN REPORTS FROM AFFECTED AND DEVELOPED COUNTRY PARTIES, UNITED NATIONS AGENCIES AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS AND THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY ON OPERATIONAL OBJECTIVE 3 OF THE STRATEGY : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Central African country Parties reported 4 systems and 1 web link, Eastern African Parties 11 systems and 9 web links, Northern African countries 8 systems and 6 web links, Southern African countries 26 systems and 23 web links, and in the Western African subregion 35 systems and 35 web links were mentioned. (...) Asian country Parties listed 105 systems and 117 web links. Central Asian countries reported 28 systems and 28 web links, East Asian countries 6 systems and 6 web links, Pacific States 10 systems and 2 web links, South Asian countries 19 systems and 37 web links, South East Asian countries 20 systems and 23 web links and West Asian countries 22 systems and 21 web links. (...) Five systems and five links were reported from the Andean subregion, nine systems and seven web links from the Caribbean, nine systems and eight web links from Mesoamerica and five systems and three web links from the South Cone.
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Score: 784328.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=ICCD/CRIC(9)/5&Lang=E
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VIEWS ON A POSSIBLE DATA INTERFACE AND OTHER ISSUES RAISED IN DOCUMENT FCC/SBSTA/2003/INF.9 : SUBMISSIONS FROM PARTIES
The option chosen by Parties, which was to request the secretariat to provide links on the UNFCCC web site to the external data sources listed in document FCCC/SBSTA/2003/INF.9, was consistent with the fourth of these options (outlined in paragraph 38). (...) Option “1” (providing links to external databases on the UNFCCC web site) would be possible, but it would add only a limited value to the information already provided in INF.9. It would also raise the question of which databases should be listed on the UNFCCC web site, and what caveats should be placed on the links to individual databases so their transparency is ensured for the user who accesses them through the UNFCCC web site.
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Score: 779605.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...FCCC/SBSTA/2004/MISC.11&Lang=E
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NETWORKING AND INTERNET APPLICATIONS FOR IMPLEMENTING SUSTAINABLE ENERGY POLICIES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
ICT is being used to inform delegations and others of the programme of work of the Committee, its subsidiary bodies and the provision of technical assistance; to facilitate attendance at meetings and events; to provide access and download facilities for documentation; to foster information exchange and promote communications between officials and institutions, including on- line dialogue facilities (web forum); to provide access and interchange of data and information on projects and initiatives; and to provide links to other useful websites. 2. (...) (b) Website address, structure and contents: www.unece.org / Sustainable Energy; home page and subsidiary pages for each Ad Hoc Group of Experts; links to separate websites of Gas Centre and Energy Efficiency 21 Project; calendar of meetings; agendas; UNECE documents; UNOG security registration forms for meetings; Power-Point presentations delivered during meetings; information for meeting participants on hotels, the City of Geneva including maps, currency exchange rates; and an on- line web Forum. (...) Partner assistance by updating the records. Links URLs directory A link directory for related sites and useful resources.
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Score: 778038.77 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=ENERGY/2002/5&Lang=E
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REPORT ON THE AVAILABILITY, ACCESSIBILITY AND COMPARABILITY OF EXISTING SOURCES OF EMISSION DATA AND RELEVANT SOCIO-ECONOMIC DATA, INCLUDING OPTIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT, HOSTING AND MANAGEMENT OF A DATA INTERFACE : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Four options for improving the access of Parties to greenhouse gas emissions data and socio-economic data relevant to climate change are presented: to improve internet links to external data sources on the UNFCCC web site; to develop software to search external data sources; to improve the data availability on the UNFCCC web site and develop software tools to analyse the data; and to authorize an external organization to provide data and analytical tools on an external web site, with a link from the UNFCCC web site. (...) Option 1: Improve internet links to external data sources 26. The simplest and least-cost option would be for the secretariat to maintain a list of external sources of emissions and socio-economic data and to provide links to these sources on the UNFCCC web site. (...) Option 4: Data and analytical tools on an external web site 38. The fourth option would be for Parties to select and authorize an external organization(s) to make existing data and an analytical tool available through a link with the UNFCCC web site.
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Score: 775333 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=FCCC/SBSTA/2003/INF.9&Lang=E
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United Nations EC
(c) Facilitation of coordination of integrated time schedules and tariffs for the nine rail and road transport links (i) to update information on tariffs and time schedules of maritime and inland transport options and upgrade it to a web based tool where different transportation scenarios could be performed; (ii) to organize meetings and workshops with railway organizations and road transport associations of EATL member States along the nine rail and road transport corridors to: (a) promote cooperation among the railways and facilitate coordination of integrated time schedules and tariffs for block cargo trains; (b) promote implementation of the Annex 9 of the harmonization convention with the main objective the decrease of travelling time along the nine rail corridors; (c) promote implementation of the common CIM/SMGS consignment note and the principles of the unified railway law with the main objective the decrease of travelling times and of the operational costs; (d) promote cooperation among the road transport associations and prepare concrete and reliable time schedules and tariffs for trucks travelling along these nine road transport corridors; (e) promote implementation of the e-CMR protocol with the main objective the decrease of waiting time across the borders and if possible of the operational costs; Secretariat to prepare the questionnaire for collecting data needed to update the information provided by the comparison study; Secretariat to prepare common templates for information collection on integrated time schedules and tariffs; review and discuss data collected by experts, and present preliminary analysis; designate experts from rail organizations and road transport associations to contribute to the development of integrated time schedules and tariffs along the euro- Asian links; Prepare, discuss and organize collection of information on the implementation of Annex 9 of the Harmonization convention, common CIM/SMGS consignment note, and of the e-CMR Protocol; Review and discuss replies to the questionnaire on the implementation of Annex 9 of the Harmonization convention, common CIM/SMGS consignment note, and the e-CMR protocol; Secretariat, based on information provided by the experts, to update the comparison study between maritime transport and inland transport options and prepare draft report; review, discuss and adopt draft report; Secretariat, based on information provided by experts, to prepare draft report on the integrated time schedules and tariffs; review, discuss and adopt draft report; Secretariat to prepare draft report on the implementation of Annex 9 of the Harmonization convention; review, discuss and adopt draft report; Secretariat to prepare draft report on the implementation of the common CIM/SMGS consignment note; review, discuss and adopt draft report; Secretariat to prepare the report on 5 ECE/TRANS/WP.5/GE.2/2013/1 Objectives Goals Activities Timeline implementation of the e-CMR protocol; review, discuss and adopt draft report; (d) Promotion of Euro- Asian inland transport routes and development of an integrated Marketing strategy (i) to facilitate administrative processes for the organization of two demonstration runs of container block trains and of one truck caravan as result of the above mention activities along the nine rail and road transport links; (ii) to organize an international conference launching the “operationalization of Euro-Asian transport linkages”; (iii) to prepare a web site dedicated to the EATL cooperation that will include web applications (GIS application, comparison study application etc), list of companies involved or participated, time schedules and tariffs, contact details etc. (...) The forecasted budget for such a project is USD 15,000; Discuss key updated information provided in the comparison study and how to convert this study into a web application tool; Invite marketing managers of rail organizations and road transport associations to discuss ways to promote rail and road transport services along the Euro-Asian transport links; Secretariat to prepare draft action plan regarding the marketing strategy; discuss the draft action plan and its implementation by the Railway Organizations and the Road Associations; finalize the action plan and agree on activities towards its implementation by the Railway Organizations and the Road Associations; Draft new EATL web site dedicated to the promotion of Euro-Asian transport linkages; present its structure before launching; Discuss organization of an international conference to launch the operationalization of Euro-Asian transport linkages; Discuss draft report prepared by the secretariat, experts, consultant and marketing experts, on the Marketing Strategy action plan and activities towards its implementation; Prepare administrative processes needed to organize two demonstration runs of block container trains and of one truck caravan; (e) Update and upgrade of the Geographical Information Systems (GIS) application (i) Update of information for existing lines when needed; (ii) Update of information by adding logistics centers or freight villages, intermodal services provided, interoperability issues etc; (iii) Upgrade of the GIS software to a more sophisticated web application that provides more possibilities for illustrating and analysing infrastructure Exchange views and discuss how to update application on the Geographical Information Systems (GIS); discuss the questionnaire for collecting of the data and updating the information provided by countries for the GIS application; Review replies to the questionnaire for collecting data and updating the information provided by countries for the GIS application; present 6 ECE/TRANS/WP.5/GE.2/2013/1 Objectives Goals Activities Timeline projects and supports the development of technological add-ons such as the comparison tool between maritime transport and inland transport options etc; (iv) Most of the above mentioned activities such as the update of information and the upgrade of the software to a more sophisticated web application are subject to available funding. (...) preliminary analysis, and updated GIS application; Discuss possible upgrade of the GIS application to a more sophisticated web application; decide on GIS software upgrade; upgrade the GIS application to a more sophisticated web application; present new GIS sophisticated web application; II.
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Score: 775321.97 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../TRANS/WP.5/GE.2/2013/1&Lang=E
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CLEARING HOUSE ON TRANSPORT, ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH (THE PEP CLEARING HOUSE) : IMPLEMENTATION AND PILOT OPERATION PHASES : ADDENDUM 1 : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Documents (materials) for submission can be of three types: (a) Web links; (b) Document files; (c) Document references. (...) This Site may contain links and references to third-party web sites. The linked sites are not under the control of the United Nations, and the United Nations is not responsible for the content of any linked site or any link contained in a linked site. (...) Please note that this Privacy Policy applies only to THE PEP Clearing House web site, and not to the web sites of other companies or organizations to which links are provided or to any software that may be downloaded from this web site.
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Score: 774399.4 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...=ECE/AC.21/2005/3/ADD.1&LANG=E
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