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NATIONAL STATISTICAL SYSTEM AT CROSSROAD AGAIN : MIGRATING TOWARDS INFO-AGE STATISTICAL SYSTEM : KEYNOTE PAPER / RAMASAMY RAMACHANDRAN
For the conduct of the study MIMOS / JARING provided the requisite administrative, logistic and technical support especially for the web-based methodology of data collection. Before resorting to web-based approach, initially the traditional mailing questionnaire approach was adopted but the response netted from the JARING Service Outlet (JSO) nation wide especially from developed states was very poor. (...) Similarly, now in the current information era with the introduction of Internet the statistical community again especially in the developed West are increasingly experimenting the web-based methods of data collection. Malaysia too, gained experience of collecting data using web-based approach when the Internet Subscriber Study 2000: At Jaring Counter switched from traditional mailing questionnaire approach to web based method. (...) While countries experimenting the web-based techniques, Malaysia is planning to pilot test the application of SIMPUTER technology in the survey preparation and data collection activity using research grant.
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Score: 778411.04 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=CES/SEM.52/4&Lang=E
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QUESTIONS RELATING TO INFORMATION : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The availability of audio and video elements on the Web site has also increased considerably, in addition to the continuous introduction of new elements, as warranted by current developments, such as the Web pages on Kosovo and East Timor. (...) New Web pages on the United Nations and civil society and the United Nations and business were launched in January 1999. (...) The principal vehicle for this intensified effort is the Web-based United Nations News Service, which was launched in September 1999.
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Score: 775601.37 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/54/415&Lang=E
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REPORT OF CITY GROUPS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The report is transmitted to the Commission in accordance with a request of the Statistical Commission at its thirtieth session.1 At its thirtieth session (1-5 March 1999), the Statistical Commission welcomed the improved reporting format on the activities of city groups and commended the effort to make information widely available through Internet web sites. The city group web site maintained by the United Nations Statistics Division (http://www.un.org/Depts/unsd/citygrp.html) includes information on the groups in the present report as well as other groups active in the social and environmental areas (see also reports on the London Group on Environmental Accounting (E/CN.3/2000/12), the Siena Group for Social Statistics (E/CN.3/2000/14) and the Rio Group on Poverty Statistics (E/CN.3/2000/16)). (...) Products All papers and reports of Canberra Group meetings can be downloaded from its web site, which is maintained by the Luxembourg Income Study Group at: http://lissy.ceps.lu/canberra.htm Planned activities A fourth meeting will be held in Luxembourg in May 2000, and will be hosted by the Luxembourg Income Study Group. (...) Products Documents and final reports of the 1997, 1998 and 1999 meetings are available on the web site (see address below). The Group is developing a handbook on capital stock and flow measurement that covers both conceptual issues and suggested best practices in compilation.
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Score: 775270.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=E/CN.3/2000/9&Lang=E
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FCCC/2013/I/OD/11
Status report on consideration of agenda items as at 13 June 2013 The status report information is published exclusively on the in-session web pages of the Convention and protocol bodies. Please use the links to the corresponding web pages below. Status report of SBI agenda items as at 13 June 2013 Status report of SBSTA agenda items as at 13 June 2013 Status report of ADP agenda items as at 13 June 2013 Special announcements Vacancies at the UNFCCC secretariat Conference participants are encouraged to bring to the attention of qualified individuals in their countries/organizations the link to the employment page of the secretariat website: http://unfccc.int/secretariat/employment/recruitment A number of professional positions are currently advertised including one managerial post in the Adaptation programme, i.e. (...)  via the Negotiator App Print  by requesting printed copies from Document Services at the Documents Counter Participants are encouraged to carry their laptops or mobile devices so as to make maximum use of electronic versions of documents. Web Coverage and daily reports of the SB 38 meetings The following organizations kindly provide daily web coverage, daily reports and a summary and analysis of the SB 38 meetings on their webpages.
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Score: 775091.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=FCCC/2013/I/OD/11&Lang=E
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PROPOSED PROGRAMME BUDGET FOR THE BIENNIUM 2004-2005. PART 4, INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION FOR DEVELOPMENT, SECTION 13, INTERNATIONAL TRADE CENTRE UNCTAD/WTO (PROGRAMME 9 OF THE MEDIUM-TERM PLAN FOR THE PERIOD 2002-2005) : ADDENDUM
Priority will continue to be placed on providing enterprises and relevant trade support organizations with information and advice that will facilitate decision-making in market selection, product development and market promotion. (...) In the area of strategic market analysis, the focus will be on enhancing the transparency of global trade and market access, benchmarking export competitiveness and offering leads for business development across products and countries. (...) Outputs 13.25 The following outputs are planned for delivery during the biennium 2004-2005: (a) Servicing of intergovernmental and expert bodies (regular budget and extrabudgetary): (i) Substantive servicing: formal and informal annual meetings of the Joint Advisory Group (4); meetings of the Consultative Committee of the Global Trust Fund (6); meetings of the Steering Group of the Common Trust Fund Committee (4); (ii) Parliamentary documentation: annual report on the activities of the International Trade Centre UNCTAD/WTO and annexes (8); reports of the Joint Advisory Group (2); 13 Section 13 International Trade Centre UNCTAD/WTO (b) Other substantive activities (regular budget and extrabudgetary): (i) Recurrent publications: International Trade Forum magazine (8); World Directory of Importers’ Associations (2); World Directory of Trade Promotion Organizations and Other Trade Support Institutions (2); World Directory of Organizations Dealing with Standards, Technical Regulations, Sanitary and Phyto-sanitary Measures and Eco- labelling (2); Selective Bibliography of Published Market Research (2); international trade statistics: PC-TAS (trade analysis system for the personal computer, on DVD) (2); Global Spice Markets (2); trade map (1); country market analysis profile (1); market access map (1); product market analysis portal (1); World Tr@de Net newsletter (24); export quality bulletins (12); export packaging notes (8); Trade Finance Press Abstracts (8); International Purchasing and Supply LINK (4); International Trade Information Awareness Bulletin (8); World Tr@de Net business information materials (1); JURIS International database (1); Trade Support Institution Index (1); “Competitive Edge” benchmarking system (3); Trade Secrets (10); and Trade Finance Pointers (7); (ii) Non-recurrent publications: Guide to Value Chain Analysis for Sectoral Export Strategy Development (1); Guide to Procurement under Public-Private Partnerships (1); Strategies for Tourism Promotion: Steps to Success (1); workbook for service firms in developing countries (1); Business Guide to the General Agreement on Trade in Services (French edition) (1); handbook on innovating for success in the export of services (1); Export Strategies for Women Entrepreneurs in the Service Sector (1); Central Asia at the Crossroads of Foreign Trade (1); The Emerging Garment Markets in Singapore and Malaysia: Market Opportunities for Developing Countries away from the European Union and the United States of America (1); The European Market for Denim Products (1); Offshore Back-Office Operation: Supplying Support Services to Global Markets (1); business-to-business e-marketplaces: current trends, challenges and opportunities for small and medium-sized enterprises in developing countries of Asia and the Pacific (1); e-marketplaces: global industry dynamics (1); Silk Review 2005: A Survey of International Trends in Production and Trade, seventh edition (1); Business Information Review (revised edition) (1); Selling Business Information and Related Services (1); Performance Measurement for Trade Information Services (1); and two publications on Executive Forum themes (2); (iii) Miscellaneous non-recurrent publications: market news services: cut flowers (3), bulk- packed fruit juices (alternatively Europe and United States) (1), European fresh tropical and off-season fruit and vegetables (1), pharmaceutical starting materials and essential drugs (1), world reports on spices (1), and medicinal plants (1); market briefs (12); export packaging database (Packdata and affiliates) (1); e-tools for competitiveness (4); e-competence for strategists (4); management diagnostic tools series (3); best practice e-business cases (3); management development series (8); export diagnostic tools series (1); export development series (12); update of SupportNet, a web-based operational management tool for business support institutions (4); update of RegionNet, a web- based operational management tool for regional projects (4); update of LearningNet, a web- based operational management tool for training programmes (4); training pack for business improvement projects in supply chain management (1); training module on operations management (1); institution manager’s briefcase, CD-ROM and electronic edition (1); international purchasing and supply chain management diagnostic toolkit on CD-ROM (1); training modules for the Export-led Poverty Reduction Programme (5); national capacity-building series (7); fitness checkers (self-diagnostic tools for small and medium- sized enterprises) (1); LegaCarta (1); PACKit (integrated packaging information kit) (3); 14 Part IV International cooperation for development (c) Technical cooperation: (i) Advisory services (regular budget and extrabudgetary): short-term missions will be organized in response to requests from Governments and institutions at the national, subregional and regional levels to assess, design, formulate and implement specific technical cooperation projects or components of programmes.
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THE TECHNOLOGICAL EVOLUTION IN STATISTICS INSTITUTES : RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES BASED ON THE ISTAT EXPERIENCE : CONTRIBUTED PAPER / SUBMITTED BY ISTAT, ITALY
Communications play a fundamental role in this context and this is the reason that ISTAT has focused on opening up to the Internet, offering all personnel the chance to access the worldwide web. While on the one hand this makes it possible to develop individual professional skills, on the other it creates the risk that the different production units will independently develop solutions with the most diverse range of technologies on the market. (...) Another type of data that ISTAT obtains through the web involves the monitoring of questionnaire collection. While the agricultural census for 2001 will collect data exclusively through the printed questionnaire, it nevertheless envisions using the web to monitor the compilation of the forms. The web technology used will be one of the most innovative ones available: Java Servlet on UNIX web server. 40.
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Score: 774842.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=CES/AC.71/2001/18&Lang=E
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WORK PROGRAMME UNDER THE FRAMEWORK FOR NON-MARKET APPROACHES REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 6, PARAGRAPH 8, OF THE PARIS AGREEMENT. PROPOSAL BY THE PRESIDENT
Requests the Glasgow Committee on Non-market Approaches to develop and recommend a schedule for implementing the work programme activities referred to in chapter V of the annex (Work programme activities), which may contain the timeline and expected outcomes for each activity, including specifications for the UNFCCC web-based platform referred to in paragraph 8(b)(i) of the annex, such as its functions, form, target users and information to be contained thereon, with a view to supporting the effective implementation of the work programme, for consideration and adoption by the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement at its fourth session (November 2022); 5. Encourages Parties, public and private sector stakeholders and civil society organizations to actively engage in the research, development and implementation of non- market approaches; 6. Invites Parties and observers to submit via the submission portal1 by 28 February 2022 views and information on: (a) Existing relevant non-market approaches that may be facilitated under the framework in the initial focus areas referred to in paragraph 3 above that are in accordance with the provisions referred to in chapter II of the annex (Non-market approaches under the framework); (b) Examples of potential additional focus areas of non-market approaches that may be facilitated under the framework (e.g. social inclusivity, financial policies and measures, circular economy, blue carbon, just transition of the workforce, adaptation benefit mechanism) and existing relevant non-market approaches that may be facilitated under the framework in the potential additional focus areas that are in accordance with the provisions referred to in chapter II of the annex (Non-market approaches under the framework); (c) The UNFCCC web-based platform referred to in paragraph 8(b)(i) of the annex, including how to operationalize it (e.g. functions, form, target users, information to be contained thereon, timeline for development and implementation, and lessons learned from existing relevant tools, including under the Convention and the Paris Agreement); (d) The schedule for implementing the work programme activities; 7. (...) The Glasgow Committee on Non-market Approaches is hereby established to implement the framework and the work programme by providing Parties with opportunities for non-market-based cooperation to implement mitigation and adaptation actions in their NDCs. 5.
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Score: 774608.94 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...S=FCCC/PA/CMA/2021/L.20&Lang=E
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PROGRAMMES OF INTERNATIONAL STATISTICAL WORK IN THE ECE REGION, 1999/2000 AND 2000/2001 : AN INTEGRATED PRESENTATION
Eurostat’s publications catalogue is available on request. The Eurostat web site is at: http://europa.eu.int/eurostat.html CES/1999/10/Add.6 page 9 Activities of other organizations : UN Statistics Division : (a) Implementation (in 1999) of the new questionnaires based on SNA 93 and ESA 95. (...) A windows browser facility will be added to these CD-ROMs (from May, 1999). b) The IMF plans to put on its Web site the joint BIS, IMF, OECD, World Bank statistics on external debt (from March 1999). (...) Additional information on publications and electronic products may be found on the WTO web site (http://www.wto.org/wto/publicat/publicat.htm), while selected merchandise trade statistics may be accessed through http://www.wto.org/wto/statis/stat.htm.
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Score: 774584.47 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=CES/1999/10/ADD.6&Lang=E
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FINAL REPORT : ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE, COORDINATING UNIT FOR OPERATIONAL ACTIVITIES, ROUND TABLE ON "OVERCOMING OBSTACLES TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN INFORMATION SOCIETY : A BUSINESS SOLUTION", GENEVA, 24-25 FEBRUARY 2003
The list of participants of the meeting as well as other documents prepared for the meeting and conference papers/presentations, can be found on the Web site at the following address: http://www.unece.org/operact/meetings/round/introduction.html 6. (...) Sylvain Moesching, Consultant, NETSME SA, Switzerland, made a presentation of a Web Content Management software. He underlined that the software has provided to the editor an Internet tool to directly and easily manage the content of a Web site from a browser. (...) It shifts responsibility from overworked IT staff to non-technical people, eliminates publishing bottlenecks, secures site consistency (enforces compliance with corporate publishing standards and content is dynamically managed by automated rules), allows update of content using familiar toolbar and standard web browser, increases the web site content security, fully controls its content, reduces stress and risk factors, changes easily the layout of the web site (separates the content from the layout), and increases the content value in the long run. 27.
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Score: 774383.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=ECE/OPA/CONF.1/2003/2&Lang=E
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PROPOSED PROGRAMME BUDGET FOR THE BIENNIUM 2002-2003. PART 13, DEVELOPMENT ACCOUNT, SECTION 33, DEVELOPMENT ACCOUNT
In 1999, ECA, UNCTAD and the African Capital Market Forum started to jointly address issues related to the promotion of capital markets in Africa. (...) (In support of activity (c).) 16 000 Expert services to define the requirements for and the development of the web site on e-business in the Mediterranean (estimated 2 experts for 1 work month at $8,000 per month). (...) (In support of activity (h).) 75 000 Regional fellowships to manage the United Nations interregional web site for the dissemination of information and coordination of the project (estimated 3 fellows for 12 work months, at $1,250 per month).
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Score: 774142.87 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=A/56/6(SECT.33)&Lang=E
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