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QUESTIONS RELATING TO INFORMATION : RESOLUTIONS / ADOPTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Takes note of the efforts by some United Nations information centres to develop their own web pages in local languages, and, in this respect, encourages the Department of Public Information to provide resources and technical facilities, in particular to United Nations information centres whose web pages are not yet operational, to develop web pages in the respective local languages of their host countries, and encourages host Governments to respond to the needs of United Nations information centres; VII Role of the Department of Public Information in United Nations peacekeeping 38. (...) Requests the Secretary-General in the meantime and until a decision has been taken on the proposals to be submitted for the multilingual development, maintenance and enrichment of the United Nations web site, to ensure, to the extent possible, while maintaining an up-to-date and accurate web site, the equitable distribution of financial and human resources within the Department of Public Information allocated to the United Nations web site among all official languages on a continuous basis; 58. (...) Commends the efforts of the Information Technology Services Division of the Office of Central Support Services in ensuring that the required technological infrastructure is in place to accommodate the imminent linkage of the Official Document System to the United Nations web site; 61. Recognizes the far-reaching impact that the linking of the Official Document System with the United Nations web site will have in furthering the goals of the Organization by making all parliamentary documents in the six official languages publicly available, and stresses that the integration of the Official Document System with the United Nations web site will represent one of the steps towards significantly enhancing the multilingual nature of the United Nations web site and will lead to efficiencies in all Secretariat departments; A/RES/56/64 13 62.
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TRANSPORT DATABASE AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT Economic Commission for Europe UNITED NATIONS Informal Ad hoc Expert Group on Conceptual and Technical Aspects of Computerization of the TIR Procedure 22nd session 30-31 May 2013 e Cost Benefit Analysis of the eTIR system Summary, limitations and recommendations Agenda item 5 André Sceia United Nations GE.1 22nd session – Geneva– May 2013 Economic Commission for Europe e 2 Outline Informal document GE.1 No.2 (2013)  Summary of the CBA  Assessment  Recommendations United Nations GE.1 22nd session – Geneva– May 2013 Economic Commission for Europe e 3 Outline  Summary of the CBA – Technical options – Scenarios – Costs – Benefits – Results  Assessment  Recommendations United Nations GE.1 22nd session – Geneva– May 2013 Economic Commission for Europe e 4 Technological options  At premises  UNOG  UNICC  IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service  PaaS (Platform as a Service  SaaS (Software as a Service) United Nations GE.1 22nd session – Geneva– May 2013 Economic Commission for Europe e 5 Scenarios Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 N° of CP 3 3 3 5 10 10 5 5 5 4 4 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Scenario 1 Scenario 2 United Nations GE.1 22nd session – Geneva– May 2013 Economic Commission for Europe e 6 Costs  Development costs  Initial costs  Operational and hosting costs  Helpdesk costs  Costs to adapt national applications United Nations GE.1 22nd session – Geneva– May 2013 Economic Commission for Europe e 7 Development costs kernel (ensuring the electronic exchange of eTIR messages), the web base user interface, which would serve as backup to the kernel, and the administration console. 924 800 – 1 127 000 USD United Nations GE.1 22nd session – Geneva– May 2013 Economic Commission for Europe e 8 Initial Costs Min Max At premises 1,255,000 1,450,000 UNOG 681,500 792,500 UNICC 632,000 743,000 IaaS 632,000 743,000 PaaS 142,000 183,000 SaaS 10,000 15,000 United Nations GE.1 22nd session – Geneva– May 2013 Economic Commission for Europe e 9 Operational and hosting costs Min Max At premises 340,419 526,059 UNOG 194,739 243,259 UNICC 167,719 257,059 IaaS 113,402 153,126 PaaS 159,116 180,816 SaaS 1,500,000 3,000,000 United Nations GE.1 22nd session – Geneva– May 2013 Economic Commission for Europe e 10 Helpdesk costs  Minimal helpdesk: 2 IT specialists working 40 hours a week.  Initial costs: 24 500 – 44 000 USD  Operating and personnel costs : 126 180 - 216 600 USD/year United Nations GE.1 22nd session – Geneva– May 2013 Economic Commission for Europe e 11 Costs to adapt national applications Update national IT system integrating eTIR web services in the national applications developing web services 120 000 – 150 000 USD/Country United Nations GE.1 22nd session – Geneva– May 2013 Economic Commission for Europe e 12 Benefits  For Customs: 1.44 USD / Transport  For the guarantee chain: 2 USD / Transport  For holders: 5.5 USD / Transport United Nations GE.1 22nd session – Geneva– May 2013 Economic Commission for Europe e 13 Results of the CBA 0 10000000 20000000 30000000 40000000 50000000 60000000 70000000 80000000 0% 100% 200% 300% 400% 500% 600% Scenario 1 0 5000000 10000000 15000000 20000000 25000000 30000000 0% 50% 100% 150% 200% 250% 300% Scenario 2 Net present value (right) Overall ROI (left) United Nations GE.1 22nd session – Geneva– May 2013 Economic Commission for Europe e 14 Outline  Summary of the CBA  Assessment – General and scope – Methodological aspects  Recommendations United Nations GE.1 22nd session – Geneva– May 2013 Economic Commission for Europe e 15 General and scope assessment  Good assumptions (eTIR RM), tech. options  Simple scenarios  Missing indirect benefits  Missing costs for holders and guarantee chain  Missing “of the shelf” technological option  Labour costs too low for Geneva United Nations GE.1 22nd session – Geneva– May 2013 Economic Commission for Europe e 16 Methodological aspects  Function point analysis  Detailed cost analysis (incl. risk factors)  ROI and NPV (5% disc. rate)  CBA based on unit costs United Nations GE.1 22nd session – Geneva– May 2013 Economic Commission for Europe e 17 Outline  Summary of the CBA  Assessment  Recommendations United Nations GE.1 22nd session – Geneva– May 2013 Economic Commission for Europe e 18 Recommendations  Considering that the eTIR project seems to be highly profitable for all parties involved in the TIR procedure, in particular TIR Carnet holders, it is recommended that the eTIR international system be implemented as soon as possible and that countries start working on the interoperability between their IT systems and the eTIR international system, as well as on the preparation of the required legal provisions;  Considering the large benefits for TIR Carnet holders, a potential avenue to explore seems to be the financing of the eTIR international system through a contributory system per TIR transport, similar to the one used for TIRExB.  Considering the commercial sensibility of the data that will be handled by the eTIR international system and in view of the relatively small costs differences with the cloud solution recommended in the CBA, it is recommended that the eTIR international system be hosted at UNICC or UNOG data centres;  Considering the availability of orchestration software on the market, it is recommended to consider the use of “off the shelf” solutions to implement the kernel of the eTIR international system. United Nations GE.1 22nd session – Geneva– May 2013 Economic Commission for Europe e 19 Contacts UNECE/TIR SECRETARIAT Transport Division 8-14, Avenue de la Paix CH-1211 Geneva 10 Switzerland Phone: +41 22 917 13 13 Fax: +41 22 917 06 14 Email: etir@unece.org Web: http://etir.unece.org mailto:tirexb@unece.org
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Score: 939441.5 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/bc...ch/documents/Sceia2-310513.pdf
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GE.04-63578 UN
Access to and use of the secretariat web site continued to increase. More than 1 million visitors logged on to the web site between January and June 2004 and viewed 4 million web pages, or downloaded 2.8 million documents representing 321 gigabytes of data. Work on a project to enhance the web site commenced in April 2004 and will be completed in October 2004. (...) The information system on policies and measures and the policies and measures clearing house (web-based tool) were further developed and work is under way and documents are being prepared in response to conclusions at SBSTA 20 on web-based tool on policies and measures.
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GE.04-63676 UN
Efforts to date have focused solely on data sharing, so the secretariat would need to explore options for reproducing data on the UNFCCC web site. 15. To enable Parties to perform analyses on the UNFCCC web site, a web-based software tool would need to be developed to allow users to sort and view the data in different ways. (...) Parties would need to agree upon the general features of the analytical tool to be developed, such as web-based only or web-based and CD-ROM, level of data disaggregation (i.e. country totals or sector- and source-specific information), pre-defined or user-specific queries, search engine, and possibly an on-line training/help manual (d) Policies and measures, impacts and methodologies. (...) During SBSTA 21, a discussion will take place (agenda item 7 of the provisional agenda) on options for approaches to sharing experiences and exchanging information on “good practices” in policies and measures, including the possible development of a web-based tool for policies and measures.7 Parties may wish to consider the issues relating to policies and measures and relevant methodologies under that agenda item.
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REPORT OF THE APRIL 2002 SEMINAR ON INTEGRATED STATISTICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS
There was general agreement that Web-based solutions may provide a unified approach across various statistical programme areas. (...) Participants agreed that the integration of metadata and harmonization and standardization of statistical concepts is a natural part of Web- based statistical activities, and preferably at the international level. (...) As a possible architectural framework for Web-based integration, participants discussed the potential of a “Web portal” controlling all transactions when accessing an existing application, preferably in read-only mode.
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INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF VOLUNTEERS : OUTCOMES AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Members of the Namibian National Committee visited their Swiss counterparts, and the latter hosted the Namibian web page. The only regional secretariat for the Year was in the Caribbean, based in Trinidad and Tobago, covering Barbados, Guyana, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and Suriname. (...) Many have been transformed into permanent national volunteer information and resource portals, as in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Cyprus, Germany, Nepal, South Africa, Thailand and Turkey. 80. Another widespread web-based tool was the electronic newsletter, such as the international Global Update, and national newsletters, such as those in El Salvador, Mongolia, Nepal, Nicaragua and Portugal. (...) In Australia, the Corporate Volunteers 13 A/57/352 Virtual Round Table was a web-based service providing information on corporate volunteer programmes.
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SUBSTANTIVE QUESTIONS : MULTILINGUAL DEVELOPMENT, MAINTENANCE AND ENRICHMENT OF UNITED NATIONS WEB SITES : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The third type are databases, the most A/AC.198/1999/9 4 complex element of the Web site. These consist of records that are continuously updated, and are retrieved and displayed based on user preference inputs. 14. (...) Development of the language Web sites would be on an incremental basis, based on the allocation of resources in the regular budget. (...) Under proposal C-2, only selected basic modules, including the audio-visual module, would be translated and made available on the Web site on an ongoing basis. These modules would be decided upon by the content-providing offices, based on guidance from Member States.
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As a Director in France Telecom, he managed the development of new Value Added Services based on the emerging Internet technologies in the area of Messaging, Dynamic Web Hosting, and Security. Since 2001, he is in charge of Information Security within the Division of France Telecom responsible for the development of Communication Services (VPN, VoIP, Hosting…) to businesses around the world from SMBs to large multinationals.
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Score: 935766.1 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work.../200510/bios/s4-wiatrowski.pdf
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FRAMEWORK AGREEMENTS AND BUSINESS PLANS OF THE BASEL CONVENTION REGIONAL CENTRES
The centre developed a new web site. 17. The business plan is being updated for the period 2005–2006. (...) The publication and wide dissemination of an information bulletin, La Lettre du Centre, and the development and updating of a web site were also achieved. Training on inventories and the use of databases, funded under the Strategic Plan, is also being implemented. (...) Several projects are proposed, including capacity-building for municipal officers in the environmentally sound management of wastes and updating of the centre’s web site. Regional centre for the Caribbean, Trinidad and Tobago Framework agreement 44.
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SIXTH SYNTHESIS REPORT ON ACTIVITIES IMPLEMENTED JOINTLY UNDER THE PILOT PHASE : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Non-Annex I Parties now represent 74 (73) per cent of all host Parties. 1 FCCC/CP/1995/7/Add.1. 2 All activities are reported jointly, as accepted, approved or endorsed, by the relevant designated national authorities, including proof, under official letterhead, of concurrence, approval, acceptance or endorsement of the information by all other Parties involved. 3 It is anticipated that the SBI will be invited by its chair to join the SBSTA in its deliberations on the sixth synthesis report. 4 The decision might be merged with the decision on the revised uniform reporting format recommended by the SBSTA at its sixteenth session (see FCCC/SBSTA/2002/xx(report SBSTA16) and FCCC/SBSTA/2002/L.2/Add.1). 5 The detailed list of projects, with links to the respective reports, is available on the UNFCCC CC: INFO/AIJ web site (http://unfccc.int/program/coop/aij/aijproj.html). 6 Figures in parentheses indicate values contained in the fifth synthesis report. (...) These projects are small in terms of investment and greenhouse gas (GHG) impact; other project hosts and investors have clustered such activities and reported them in an aggregated manner as one project. 8 This and other graphs based on the information contained in the report are made available on the UNFCCC CC: INFO AIJ web site (http://unfccc.int/program/coop/aij) and are updated regularly. Readers having no access to the internet may request printed versions of the graphs. 9 FCCC/SBSTA/1997/4. 10 The reports on national programmes, provided in electronic form, are made available on the UNFCCC CC: INFO AIJ web site (http://unfccc.int/program/coop/aij/aij_np.html).
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