1    PROCEDURAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL MATTERS
    Section     1.10    The constitutional background
        1.20    Statute and rules of procedure
        1.30    Functioning and working methods of the Commission
        1.40    Programme of work
        1.50    Budgetary and administrative arrangements
        1.60    Personnel arrangements
2    SALARIES
    2.1    PROFESSIONAL AND HIGHER CATEGORIES
    Section     2.1.10    The Noblemaire principle
        2.1.20    Highest paid civil service
        2.1.30    Grade equivalencies
        2.1.40    Margin between United States Federal Civil Service and the United Nations
        2.1.50    Total compensation
        2.1.60    Salary scales
        2.1.70    Post adjustment
        2.1.71    Advisory Committee on Post Adjustment Questions (ACPAQ)
        2.1.72    Rental subsidy
        2.1.80    Staff assessment
        2.1.90    Comprehensive review of the conditions of service of the Professional and higher categories
        2.1.100    Supplementary payments and deductions
        2.1.110    National Professional Officers and extended General Service levels
        2.1.120    Conditions of service of Assistant Secretary-General, Under Secretary-General and equivalent levels
        2.1.130    Remuneration structure
        2.1.140    Other salary matters
    2.2    GENERAL SERVICE AND RELATED CATEGORIES
    Section     2.2.10    Methodology for determining best prevailing conditions of service
        2.2.20    Surveys of best prevailing conditions
        2.2.30    Staff assessment
        2.2.40    Overtime and night differential
    2.3    BOTH CATEGORIES
    Section     2.3.10    Structure of categories and grades
        2.3.20    Long service steps
    2.4    FIELD SERVICE CATEGORY
    Section     2.4.10    Field Service category
3    ALLOWANCES
    Section     3.10    General
        3.20    Dependency allowances (Professional and higher categories)
        3.30    Dependency allowances (General Service and related categories)
        3.40    Assignment allowance [discontinued as of July 1990]
        3.50    Non-resident's allowance and rental subsidy (General Service staff)
        3.60    Language incentive (Professional and higher categories)
        3.70    Language allowance (General Service)
        3.80    Mobility and hardship allowance
        3.90    Assignment grant
4    OTHER ENTITLEMENTS AND BENEFITS
    Section     4.10    Education grant
        4.20    Special education grant
        4.30    Travel, removal and shipment entitlements
        4.40    Installation grant [discontinued as of 1 July 1990]
        4.50    Annual leave
        4.60    Home leave
        4.70    Separation payments
        4.71    Repatriation grant
        4.72    Termination indemnity and end-of-service grant
        4.73    Death grant
        4.80    Mission subsistence allowance
        4.90    Paternity leave
5    PENSIONS
    Section     5.10    Pensionable remuneration
        5.20    Special index for pensioners
        5.30    Retirement age (mandatory)
        5.40    Other pension matters
        5.50    Pensionable remuneration (ungraded officials)
6    SOCIAL SECURITY
    Section     6.10    Health and life insurance
7    CONDITIONS OF SERVICE IN THE FIELD
    Section     7.10    General review of conditions of service in the field
        7.20    Classification of duty stations according to conditions of life and work
        7.30    Pre-departure expenses
        7.40    Hazardous duty stations
        7.50    General Service staff at field duty stations
8    JOB CLASSIFICATION
    8.1    GENERAL ISSUES
    Section     8.1.10    Definitions of Professional level and General Service work
        8.1.20    Common Classification of Occupational Groups
        8.1.30    Job classification and career development
        8.1.40    Divergent grading patterns
        8.1.50    Other classification issues
        8.1.60    Linked grades
    8.2    PROFESSIONAL AND HIGHER CATEGORIES
    Section     8.2.10    Master Standard (Tier I)
        8.2.20    Tier II Standards
        8.2.30    Tier III Standards
        8.2.40    Project posts
    8.3    GENERAL SERVICE AND RELATED CATEGORIES
    Section     8.3.10    General principles
        8.3.20    Classification standards for New York
        8.3.30    Classification standards for Vienna
        8.3.40    Classification standards for Geneva
        8.3.50    Classification standards for Addis Ababa
        8.3.60    Global classification standards for non-headquarters duty stations
        8.3.70    Classification standards for Baghdad and Santiago
    8.4    OTHER CATEGORIES
    Section     8.4.10    Field Service category
9    OTHER PERSONNEL POLICIES
    Section     9.10    Standards of recruitment
        9.20    Special measures for the recruitment of women
        9.30    Equitable geographical distribution
        9.40    Competitive examinations and alternative selection procedures
        9.50    Career development and promotion policy
        9.60    Training and development
        9.70    Performance appraisal and recognition of merit
        9.80    Mobility of staff
        9.90    Contractual arrangements (types of appointments)
        9.100    Human resources planning
        9.110    Inter-organization Agreement concerning transfer, secondment or loan of staff among the organizations applying the United Nations common system of salaries and allowances
        9.120    Review of the Pay and Benefits System
10    COMMON STAFF REGULATIONS
    Section     10.10    Harmonization of staff regulations
11    STAFF/MANAGEMENT RELATIONS
    Section     11.10    Administration of justice
12    REPORTING AND MONITORING FUNCTION
    Section     12.10    Implementation of the Commission's recommendations and decisions
13    OTHER ISSUES
    Section     13.10    Standards of conduct of the international civil service
        13.20    Recommendations of the group of high-level inter-governmental experts to review the efficiency of the administrative and financial functioning of the United Nations ("Group of 18")
        13.30    Security and independence of the international civil service
        13.40    Reports of Board of Auditors