The United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB) is the main instrument for supporting and reinforcing the coordinating role of the United Nations intergovernmental bodies on social, economic and related matters. It carries out its role through a reporting structure that supports, in turn, its three high-level mechanisms.

Reports of the High Level Committee on Management

The High-Level Committee on Management convenes biannual sessions that are summarized in meeting reports.  Each report contains the list of participants, statements by observer organizations, updates on the work of the four HLCM networks, developments in security and safety of staff and decisions taken.  Annexes include presentations and draft proposals discussed during the meeting.

Reports of Predecessor Bodies

Until October 2001, when the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB) decided, as part of the reform of its working methods, that coordination should be pursued through more informal and flexible mechanisms rather than formal subsidiary bodies, the mandate of the Organizational Committee (OC) was to ensure the most effective organization of the work of ACC and its subsidiary bodies.