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HLCM: Duty of Care 26.10.2017

At its 27th session, held in Venice in April 2014, the High-Level Committee on Management (HLCM) agreed to establish a working group, to be chaired by the Under-Secretary-General for Safety and Security (USG, UNDSS), with a Co-Chair to be selected among other HLCM members, to undertake a comprehensive review of the issues raised in UNDSS’ paper titled, “Reconciling Duty of Care in the UN’s Operating Environment.”

CEB: Safeguarding staff security and safety 23.02.2017

A main concern of the United Nations system continued to be the strengthening of system-wide security policies and infrastructures. CEB, through its High-Level Committee on Management, endorsed the new unified security management system. It reiterated its view that security, a prerequisite for programme delivery, is a core responsibility of Member States and should be funded centrally under the United Nations regular budget.

CEB: Staff security and safety 23.02.2017

Ensuring the safety and security of the United Nations system staff and reducing the vulnerability of its personnel deployed across the world, particularly those in conflict or highly insecure areas, remain key concerns of CEB.

CEB: Introduction 23.02.2017

The United Nations system is unique in the range and coverage of its structures and mandates and in the diversity of the means of action that are at its disposal. These characteristics can be a unique source of strength in addressing the increasingly complex and interrelated challenges that the international community is facing.

CEB: United Nations security management system 23.02.2017

The Board reviewed the financing of the United Nations security management system and the pending agreement on the cost-sharing formula for the system. The Board noted that the only outstanding matter in that regard was the concurrence of the World Bank on the formula on the basis of further information to be provided by the United Nations. CEB expected a full agreement would be forthcoming on that important issue shortly.

CEB: Security and safety of staff 23.02.2017

CEB reviewed the general security environment in which the staff of the United Nations system were currently operating and the nature and relevance of emerging threats. The Board issued a statement expressing serious concern over the recent number of violent attacks against humanitarian workers and United Nations staff operating in various regions of the world. It called upon all Member States to renew their commitment to the protection of humanitarian workers and to ensure safe and unhindered access to all people in need, in keeping with international law and humanitarian principles.

CEB: Introduction 23.02.2017

The 2007/08 reporting period marked several important events that have contributed to the continuous efforts of the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB) to further coordination and cooperation among United Nations system organizations on a wide range of programme, management and operational issues. The increasingly vocal calls from the international community for a more effective, coherent and better performing United Nations elevated the Chief Executives Board to new prominence in intergovernmental debates.

CEB: Security and safety of staff 23.02.2017

The Board expressed serious concern over the increasing safety and security risks faced by United Nations personnel in many parts of the world. Following the release of the report of the Independent Panel on Safety and Security of United Nations Personnel and Premises Worldwide in June 2008, the Secretary-General requested the High-level Committee on Management to undertake a detailed review of the recommendations contained in the Panel’s report and to prepare actionable recommendations and options for a more effective United Nations system-wide security management system.

CEB: Challenges facing the United Nations system in 2008/09 23.02.2017

Global financial and economic crisis; Second United Nations Decade for the Eradication of Poverty (2008-2017); Climate change; United Nations development system working together; Working together in crisis and post-crisis countries; Security and safety of staff; Business practices

CEB: Support to staff in emergency situations 23.02.2017

CEB has emphasized the need to concretize the discussions and deliberations on the United Nations system’s ability to protect its staff — national, international and non-staff personnel — with the lessons learned from the earthquake in Haiti. Furthermore, it has stressed the need to adequately compensate staff and/or their families in the event of service-incurred injuries, illness or death, resulting from both malicious acts and natural events.

CEB: Security and safety of staff 23.02.2017

In the face of a rapidly changing world and rising global vulnerability, the United Nations system needs to have in place the most flexible and efficient management systems possible to continue to deliver on its mandates. CEB, through its High-level Committee on Management, has therefore, during the reporting period, continued its work to develop a more effective United Nations security management system in the context of serious emerging challenges to security and safety.

CEB: Other significant issues on the agenda of the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination in 2009/10 23.02.2017

System-wide coherence; Enhancing the contribution of the United Nations system to the Economic and Social Council; Second United Nations Decade for the Eradication of Poverty (2008-2017); Science and technology; Support to staff in emergency situations; Human resources; International Public Sector Accounting Standards; Financial management; Procurement; Information and communications technology; Collaboration with the Joint Inspection Unit.

CEB: Major challenges addressed by the United Nations system in 2009/10 23.02.2017

United Nations system response to the global financial and economic crisis; Supporting progress towards the Millennium Development Goals; Climate change; Security and safety of staff; Harmonization of business practices; United Nations development system working together; Working together in crisis, post-crisis and transition countries;

CEB: Security and safety of staff 23.02.2017

During the reporting period, there was a major achievement with regard to the security and safety of staff. As of 1 January 2011 the Security Phase System was replaced by an improved Security Level System. The launch of the Security Level System resulted from the effort led by the High-level Committee on Management, in close coordination with the United Nations Department of Safety and Security, to redesign the United Nations Security Management System.

CEB: Management issues 23.02.2017

Harmonization of business practices; Security and safety of staff; International Public Sector Accounting Standards.

CEB: Introduction 23.02.2017

During 2010/11, the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB) intensified its efforts to align the strengths and expertise of its member organizations to respond to the mandates of Member States in a coordinated and effective manner. The adoption by the General Assembly of its resolution 64/289 has been an important directive for the United Nations system in further strengthening the coherence of its system-wide efforts, as detailed in the present report.

CEB: Safety and security of staff 23.02.2017

CEB attaches highest importance to the issue of staff safety and security. Through the High-level Committee on Management and under the leadership of the Department of Safety and Security of the United Nations Secretariat, CEB has continued to make consistent progress on issues relating to staff safety and security with the active engagement by all members of the Inter-Agency Security Management Network. As of 1 January 2011, the new security level system has been operational.

CEB: Management issues 23.02.2017

Harmonization and simplification of business practices; International Public Sector Accounting Standards; Safety and security of staff.

CEB: Human resources and safety and security of staff 23.02.2017

Responding to the call for improved harmonization in human resources (resolution 62/208, para. 121; and resolution 64/289, para. 45), the High-level Committee on Management launched a pilot project on harmonization of the recruitment process in the field. This project is expected to streamline processes and improve mobility for national and general service staff, and also responds to calls for action in the area of human resources from the lessons learned from the “Delivering as one” pilots.

CEB: Improving United Nations business models 23.02.2017

The High-level Committee on Management strategic plan for 2013-2016 identifies harmonization and simplification of business practices as a core activity of the Committee. In this context, the plan focuses on common and shared services, improved common procurement practices, and other initiatives to improve efficiency and effectiveness of the United Nations system.

CEB: Improving United Nations business models 23.02.2017

The High-level Committee on Management strategic plan for 2013-2016 identifies harmonization and simplification of business practices as a core activity of the Committee. In this context, the plan focuses on common and shared services, improved common procurement practices, and other initiatives to improve efficiency and effectiveness of the United Nations system.

HLCM: Executive Group on Security 15.06.2016

The Executive Group on Security was established by the Chief Executives Board to facilitate the rapid decision making capacity of the Under-Secretary General for Safety and Security when an impasse, exigencies or life and limb are at stake preventing the ability of the Designated Official or the Security Management Team to address developing or critical events that require a timely security decision.

HLCM: Programme Criticality Framework 10.10.2016

The Programme Criticality Framework is a mandatory component of the UN Security Management System (UNSMS) which is used to determine the criticality of all activities carried out by UN personnel in environments of heightened security risk.

HLCM: Inter-Agency Security Management Network 15.06.2016

The Inter-Agency Security Management Network (IASMN) meets twice a year to review existing and proposed policies and resources related to the UN security management system and makes recommendations on these to the High Level Committee on Management.

HLCM: Security Management System 15.06.2016

A new Security Level System was developed to assess risk through a structured process based on threats (deliberate human causes) and hazards(harmful natural or man-made accidental events) which are examined and weighted to arrive at an appropriate security level.

HLCM: Staff Safety and Security 15.06.2016

In 2008 the Independent Panel on Safety and Security of UN Personnel and Premises Worldwide, led by Mr. Lakhdar Brahimi, reviewed the safety conditions of UN system staff operating in challenging security environments.

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HLCM: Report of 34th Session (September 2017, Geneva) 22.11.2017

Conclusions of the Thirty-Fourth Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Geneva, 28-29 September 2017). Issues discussed included: Supporting the Secretary-General in his vision for Management Reform; Duty of Care for UN System Personnel and Human Resources matters; and Innovation.

Document reference: CEB/2017/5
HLCM: Programme Criticality Framework (French) 25.08.2017

Le Cadre de la criticité des programmes est une politique commune du système des Nations Unies, qui donne des principes directeurs et une méthode systématique d’évaluation permettant d’appliquer la criticité des programmes au processus de la Gestion des risques de sécurité (SRM) des Nations Unies, en vue de mesurer l’utilité des activités impliquant le personnel des Nations Unies1 à l’aune des risques qu’elles représentent.

Document reference: CEB/2016/HLCM/23
HLCM: Report of 33rd Session (March 2017, Budapest) 07.07.2017

Conclusions of the Thirty-Third Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Budapest, 30-31 March 2017). Issues discussed included: HLCM Strategic Plan 2017-2020; Thematic Discussion on Global Service Centres; Project Proposal for the joint provision of HR Services; Duty of Care in High-Risk Environments; Briefing on the Current Security Environment for UN personnel; UN System Leadership Model; Outcome of the ICSC 84th Session and HR Network Strategic Work Plan; Adoption of a UN Common Documentation Standard; and Common Definitions of Fraud and Presumptive Fraud.

Document reference: CEB/2017/3
HLCM: Report of 32nd Session (October 2016, Paris) 01.06.2017

Conclusions of the Thirty-Second Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Paris, 3-4 October 2016). Issues discussed included: HLCM Strategic Plan 2017-2020; UN system model for transformative “leaders of the future”, HR Management in support of the 2030 Agenda; Sexual Exploitation and Abuse; Costs of oversight and accountability mechanisms in the UN system; Common Definitions Related to Fraud and Implementing Partners; Programme Criticality Framework; Health Support plans for duty stations world-wide; Data Innovation Lab & UN System Common Documentation Standard; Report of the Inter-Agency Security Management Network (IASMN); UN International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development; Payment of Pensions.

Document reference: CEB/2016/5
HLCM: Programme Criticality Framework (revised) 25.08.2017

The Programme Criticality Framework is a common United Nations system policy for decision-making that puts in place guiding principles and a systematic structured approach in using Programme Criticality in the United Nations Security Risk Management (SRM) process to ensure that activities involving United Nations personnel can be balanced against security risks.

Document reference: CEB/2016/HLCM/23
HLCM: MSCIS – Management of Stress and Critical Incidents Stress Policy 10.08.2016

The primary goal of the United Nations Security Management System (UNSMS) is to enable the conduct of United Nations (UN) activities while ensuring the safety, security and well-being of personnel. The conditions under which UNSMS personnel operate in the field have changed drastically over the years, particularly in light of the UN’s shift to a “stay and deliver” approach to operating in high-risk environments. This has substantially increased the number of individuals exposed to stress and critical incident stress. While many individuals who experience stress or critical incident stress are able to resume their daily activities with minimal or no disruption, some may encounter difficulty resuming such activities due to psychological, somatic or social reactions linked to such exposure.

HLCM: Report of the 23rd Session of the Inter-agency Security Management Network Meeting 10.08.2016

The 23rd Session of the Inter-Agency Security Management Network (IASMN) was held at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, from 2 to 4 February 2016. 54 United Nations Security Management System (UNSMS) members participated in the session. Representatives from the Office of the Legal Adviser (OLA), the UN Medical Directors Working Group, and the Secretariat of the Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB) and the three staff associations were also present at this meeting, as observers.

HLCM: Report of the 22nd Session of the Inter-agency Security Management Network Meeting 10.08.2016

The 22nd Session of the Inter-Agency Security Management Network (IASMN) was held at the Eurotel in Montreux, Switzerland from 23 to 25 June 2015. Thirty-seven (37) United Nations Security Management System (UNSMS) members participated in the session, with eight (8) other entities participating as observers. Mr. Peter Drennan, Under-Secretary-General for Safety and Security (USG, UNDSS), chaired the session while Mr. Drew Donovan, Head of the International Telecommunication Union’s (ITU) Safety and Security Division, served as Co-Chair. Ms.

HLCM: Report of the 21st Session of the Inter-agency Security Management Network Meeting 10.08.2016

The Inter-Agency Security Management Network (IASMN) held its 21st session at the Asian Development Bank Headquarters in Manila, Philippines from 3 to 5 February 2015. Twenty-eight United Nations Security Management System (UNSMS) members participated in the session, along with two observers. Mr. Peter Drennan, Under Secretary-General for Safety and Security (USG, UNDSS), chaired the session, with Mr. Drew Donovan, Head of the International Telecommunication Union’s (ITU) Protocol and Security Division, serving as Co-Chair. Ms.

HLCM: Report of 31st Session (March 2016, Vienna) 30.11.2016

Conclusions of the Thirty-First Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Vienna, 22-23 March 2016). Issues discussed included: Support to the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda; New UN System Compensation Package and MAS65: conclusions of the intergovernmental discussion, implementation plans, and launch of the new phase of the review - for National Professional Officer and the General Service and related categories; Duty of Care and Safety and Security of Staff; ASHI - Outcome of the General Assembly's discussions on the SG's report; Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse; FICSA proposal regarding the cost-sharing of elected officials; IPSAS System-wide Progress Report for July-December 2015.

Document reference: CEB/2016/3
HLCM: Report of 29th Session (March 2015, Paris) 23.02.2017

Conclusions of the Twenty-ninth Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Paris, 19-20 March 2015). Issues discussed included: Review of the implementation of the HLCM Strategic Plan 2013-2016 and Follow-up to the CEB post 2015 Fit for Purpose; Review of the Draft UN System programme of work for a Data Revolution; ICSC review of the UN system compensation package: assessment of the proposals on the table and strategic guidance for their finalization – Path towards implementation of MAS 65 for current staff; Review and adoption of a System-wide road map for UN climate neutrality by 2020 and of the related goals towards enhancing environmental sustainability of UN operations; ERP Interoperability Study; Review of progress by the HLCM Strategic Group on reconciling the “duty of care” for UN system personnel with the need to “stay and deliver” in high risk environments; UN system Occupational Health and Safety Framework.

Document reference: CEB/2015/3
CEB: Annual Overview Report (July 2006, Geneva) 23.02.2017

The present report provides an overview of major developments in inter-agency cooperation within the framework of the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB), during the period covering its fall 2005 and spring 2006 sessions.

Document reference: E/2006/66
CEB: Annual Overview Report (July 2013, New York) 23.02.2017

The present report provides an overview of major developments in inter-agency cooperation within the framework of the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB) in 2012.

Document reference: E/2014/69
HLCM: Report of 27th Session (April 2014, Venice) 15.06.2016

Conclusions of the Twenty-Seventh Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Venice, 3-4 April 2014). Issues discussed included: Safety and Security on reconciling duty of care for United Nations personnel while operating in high-risk environments; Outcome of the operational activities segment of the Economic and Social Council; Contribution of the High-level Committee on Management to the post-2015 fitness-for-purpose strategy of the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination; Outcome of the seventy-eighth session of the International Civil Service Commission - progress on the review of the United Nations compensation package; Information-sharing session on global service centres; Innovative financial instruments and mechanisms for international organizations; Organizational resilience management system for the United Nations.

Document reference: CEB/2014/3
HLCM: Report of 25th Session (March 2013, Rome) 23.02.2017

Conclusions of the Twenty-Fifth Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Rome, 7-8 March 2013). Issues discussed included: HLCM Strategic Plan and Working Modalities; Review of the Common System Compensation Package, Improved Efficiency and Cost Control Measures; Big Data; Environmental Sustainability Management in the UN System; Auditing as One; Programme Criticality Framework.

Document reference: CEB/2013/3
CEB: Second Regular Session Report (November 2012, New York) Videoconference 23.02.2017

The present report covers: the reports of the Board's committees (HLCP, HLCM, UNDG); a discussion on The Rule of Law at the National and International Levels; Briefing by Mr. Michel Jarraud on UN-Water.

Document reference: CEB/2012/2
HLCM: Report of 24th Session (September 2012, Washington) 23.02.2017

Conclusions of the Twenty-Fourth Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Washington, D.C., 24-25 September 2012). Issues discussed included: Security and Safety of Staff;upport to Survivors of Malicious Acts & Natural Disasters and Affected Families; HLCM’s role in the next phase of Delivering as One – QCPR negotiations - Coordination with UNDG;Internal controls, Accountability and Risk Management Frameworks;Strategic Plan for Sustainability Management in the UN System.

Document reference: EB/2012/5
CEB: ACC statement on staff security (6 October 1997) 23.02.2017

The organizations of the United Nations system are now working closer to the front lines of conflict or even inside conflict zones, as well as in volatile and politically complex situations. This is reflected in the casualties that the United Nations system has suffered in the last year.

Document reference: ACC/1997/2/Add.1 Annex III
HLCM: Report of the 16th Session of the Inter-Agency Security Management Network 15.06.2016

The Inter-Agency Security Management Network (IASMN) met at the Headquarters of UNESCAP in Bangkok from 6 to 9 February 2012. A list of participants is attached at Annex A. The agenda and list of documents considered by IASMN members is attached at Annex B. This was the 16th session of the IASMN since its first meeting in Vienna in 2000.

HLCM: Report of the 15th Session of the Inter-Agency Security Management Network 15.06.2016

The Inter-Agency Security Management Network (IASMN) met at the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) Headquarters in Rome from 26 to 30 June 2011. A list of participants is attached at Annex A. The agenda and list of documents considered by IASMN members is attached at Annex B. This was the 15th session of the IASMN since its first meeting in Vienna in 2000.

HLCM: Report of the 14th Session of the Inter-Agency Security Management Network Meeting 15.06.2016

The Inter-Agency Security Management Network (IASMN) met at UNICEF Headquarters in New York from 24 to 27 January 2011. A list of participants is attached at Annex A. The agenda and list of documents considered by IASMN members is attached at Annex B. This was the 14th session of the IASMN since its first meeting in Vienna in 2000.

HLCM: Final report of the Inter-Agency Security Management Network Meeting in Nairobi 2010 15.06.2016
HLCM: Report of the 13th Session of the Inter-agency Security Management Network Meeting 15.06.2016

The Inter-Agency Security Management Network (IASMN) met at the United Nations Office in Vienna from 22 to 25 June 2010. A list of participants is attached at Annex A. The agenda and list of documents considered by IASMN members is attached at Annex B. This was the 13th session of the IASMN since its first meeting in Vienna in 2000.

Document reference: CEB/2010/HLCM/20
CEB: Annual Overview Report (July 2012, New York) 15.06.2016

This report provides an overview of major developments in inter-agency cooperation within the framework of the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB) covering the period 2011/12.

Document reference: E/2012/67
HLCM: Report of 23rd Session (March 2012, Madrid) 15.06.2016

Conclusions of the Twenty-Third Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Madrid, 15-16 March 2012). Issues discussed included: Dialogue with Staff Federations; Security and Safety of Staff; Improving Efficiency and Effectiveness of the UN System; HLCM Networks; CEB Secretariat’s dual location; UNESCO’s Financial Situation; Gender Mainstreaming and Gender Equality; UNSSC: Training and Learning Programmes for the UN system; EMG Sustainability Report and Conclusions from the Executive Session.

Document reference: CEB/2012/3
CEB: ACC statement on its decision on United Nations Staff Security and Safety (ACC/1999/20) 15.06.2016

We, the Executive Heads members of ACC, decide: that a comprehensive approach needs to be fully and urgently implemented and concerted action taken to ensure the security and safety of staff, including local staff, in all duty stations;

Document reference: ACC/1999/20 (Annex I)
CEB: CEB statement on Safety and Security of the United Nations System Staff (4 April 2009) 15.06.2016

During the CEB First Session held in April 2009, the board adopted the CEB statement to Member States on the system’s commitment to a strengthened and enhanced system-wide security management system.

Document reference: CEB/2009/1 Annex
HLCM: Report of 22nd Session (September 2011, Washington) 15.06.2016

Conclusions of the Twenty-Second Session of the High Level Committee on Management (Washington, D.C., 26-27 September 2011). Issues discussed included: Security and Safety of Staff; Programme Criticality Framework; Improving Efficiency and Cost Controls; Common Principles on Results Reporting; UNDG-HLCM Mission to identify country-level bottlenecks in business practices; HLCM Networks; Mandatory of Separation, ERM.

Document reference: CEB/2100/5
CEB: Annual Overview Report (July 2011, Geneva) 15.06.2016

This report provides an overview of major developments in inter-agency cooperation within the framework of the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB) during the period leading to and covering its fall 2010 session and its spring 2011 session.

Document reference: E/2011/104
FBN: Report of 2nd Session Videoconference (September 2004) 23.02.2017
Document reference: CEB/2004/HLCM/28
FBN: Report of 3rd Session Videoconference (March 2005) 23.02.2017
Document reference: CEB/2005/HLCM/7
FBN: Report of 4th Session (July 2005, New York) 23.02.2017
Document reference: CEB/2005/HLCM/26
FBN: Report of 11th Session (May 2009 Rome) 23.02.2017

Follow-up to IPSAS Task Force; Recommendations of the HLCM Steering Committee on Staff Safety and Security; Cost Sharing Arrangements for Jointly Financed Activities 2010-2011; UNDG-HLCM Working Group on Cost Recovery Policies; UN System Financial Statistics – 2008 Edition; Common Treasury Services; and FB-related Projects included in the HLCM Plan of Action for Harmonization of Business Practices.

Document reference: CEB/2009/HLCM/FB/11
FBN: Report of 13th Session (September 2010, PAHO, Washington, D.C) 23.02.2017

Follow-up to IPSAS Task Force; Personal Financial Disclosure Programmes; Update from the joint FBHR network Working Group on Compensation for Service Incurred death, injuries and illnesses (Appendix D); UN operational rates of exchange (UNROE); Interim results from the Working Group on Safety and Security Costs; Common Services Centres; Progress report from the Working Group on Common Treasury Services; Progress report from the WG on Financial Reporting; Presentation of the UN System Financial Statistics 2010; Progress report from the WG on Harmonized Financial Rules and Regulations; and Up

Document reference: CEB/2010/HLCM/FB/30
FBN: Report of 15th Session Videoconference (February 2011) 23.02.2017

Update on the HLCM Plan of Action for the Harmonization of Business Practices including WG on Common Treasury Services; and the UN System-wide Financial Statistics Database and Reporting System project; JIU, ICSC and CEB Secretariat 2012-2013 budget proposals; DSS JFA Programme Budget proposal for 2012 - 2013; and Action points from the Task Force on Accounting Standards; WG on Safety and Security Costs.

Document reference: CEB/2011/HLCM/FB/8r
FBN: Report of 17th Session (September 2011, ITC-ILO, Turin) 23.02.2017

Follow-up to the Task Force on Accounting Standards meeting; Progress update from the Working Group on Common Treasury Services; Cost sharing arrangements for Jointly Funded Activities; Update from the Working Group on Safety and Security Costs; UN System-wide Financial Statistics Database and Reporting System; and Impact of IPSAS on budgeting.

Document reference: CEB/2011/HLCM/FB/21
CEB: CEB/ACC: Annual Overview Report, (June 1996, New York) 23.02.2017

During the year, ACC devoted special attention to issues relating to African economic recovery and development and agreed to launch a System-wide Special Initiative on Africa.

ACC also agreed on ways and means of promoting a coherent and coordinated system-wide follow-up to recent international conferences, in particular at the country level. In the same context, ACC reviewed the arrangements being put in place to ensure effective inter-agency coordination in the implementation of the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development.

Document reference: E/1996/18
CEB: CEB/ACC: Annual Overview Report, (July 1998, New York) 23.02.2017

Part one of the report highlights the issue of reform, which was a major feature of the experience of many organizations of the United Nations system during the year and which has had significant implications for the work of ACC.

Document reference: E/1998/21
CEB: Annual Overview Report (July 1999, Geneva) 23.02.2017

This report provides an overview of the work undertaken by the Administrative Committee on Coordination (ACC) and its subsidiary bodies in 1998.

Document reference: E/1999/48
CEB: Annual Overview Report (July 2000, New York) 23.02.2017

This report provides an overview of the work of the Administrative Committee on Coordination (ACC) and its subsidiary bodies in 1999.

Document reference: E/2000/53
CEB: Annual Overview Report (July 2001, Geneva) 23.02.2017

This report provides an overview of developments at the inter-agency level during 2000 coming within the purview of the Administrative Committee on Coordination (ACC).

Document reference: E/2001/55
CEB: Annual Overview Report (July 2002, New York) 23.02.2017

This report provides an overview of major developments in inter-agency cooperation during the year 2001 within the purview of the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB).

Document reference: E/2002/55
CEB: Annual Overview Report (June 2003, Geneva) 23.02.2017

This report provides an overview of major developments in inter-agency cooperation during the year 2002 within the purview of the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB).

Document reference: E/2003/55
CEB: Annual Overview Report (June 2005, New York) 23.02.2017

This report provides an overview of major developments in inter-agency cooperation during 2004/05 within the framework of the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB).

Document reference: E/2005/63
CEB: Second Report (October 1997, New York) 23.02.2017

This report covers: Discussions on the relationships between the United Nations system and civil society, including the private sector: handling the global agenda with ; non-State actors; Integrated and coordinated follow-up to recent global conferences (Review of ad hoc inter-agency task forces; Preparations for the observance of the fiftieth anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the five-year review of the Vienna Declaration and Plan of Action; Universal access to basic communication and information services; Administrative questions: staff security.

Document reference: ACC/1997/20
CEB: First Session Report (March 1998, Geneva) 23.02.2017

This report covers: Discussions on Review of developments affecting international cooperation and development, and their implications for the United Nations system: poverty eradication; Strengthening and reform of the United Nations system, including the conclusion of the ACC review of the functioning of the inter-agency machinery; Administrative questions: staff security; Peace-building: draft strategic framework on/for Afghanistan; Follow-up to recent ACC conclusions (International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction) .

Document reference: ACC/1998/4
CEB: Second Report (October 1998, New York) 23.02.2017

This report covers: Discussion on Reform processes under way in the United Nations system; Causes of conflict and promotion of peace and sustainable development in Africa; Culture of peace; Staff security and safety; Meeting with the Chairman of the International Civil Service Commission and staff representatives.

Document reference: ACC/1998/20
CEB: Second Report (October 1999, New York) 23.02.2017

This report covers: Discussions on the demands placed on national and international systems by the new global environment; Follow-up to the Beijing Platform for Action and gender mainstreaming; Follow-up to recent ACC decisions (Coordination of United Nations system activities in Africa, HIV/AIDS, Follow-up to global conferences and the Economic and Social Council,  Declaration and Programme of Action on a Culture of Peace) ; Administrative Questions (Introduction of a second-tier appellate mechanism to enhance the administration of justice in the United Nations system, United Nations staff

Document reference: ACC/1999/20
CEB: First Session Report (April 2000, Rome) 23.02.2017

This report covers: Discussions on Globalization and the United Nations system: interrelationships between trade and economic, social and environmental dimensions; Information technology; Review of the Administrative Committee on Coordination; Human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome; Staff security and safety; Follow-up to ACC decisions (International Strategy for Disaster Reduction, Issues arising from the subsidiary machinery); Other matters (Media guidelines; Recruitment practices; Staff College; Staffing of the Office for Inter-Agency Affairs).

Document reference: ACC/2000/4
CEB: Second Report (October 2000, New York) 23.02.2017

This report covers: Discussions on the Demands placed on national and international systems by the new global environment; Health and other social implications of globalization; Financing for development; Least developed countries; Review of the Administrative Committee on Coordination; Briefings by members of the Administrative Committee on Coordination; Staff security and safety; Meeting with the Chairman of the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) and staff representatives; Follow-up to ACC decisions (International Strategy for Disaster Reduction; HIV/AIDS).

Document reference: ACC/2000/20
CEB: Second Report (October 2001, New York) 23.02.2017

This report covers: Discussions on System-wide support for Africa and the New African Initiative; Staff security and safety; Dialogue with the Chairman of the International Civil Service Commission and staff representatives; Review of the Administrative Committee on Coordination; Briefing on the World Summit on the Information Society.

Document reference: ACC/2001/5
CEB: Second Report (November 2002, New York) 23.02.2017

This report covers: the reports of the Board's committees (HLCM and HLCP). Discussions on Programme issues (Follow-up to the Millennium Summit: “Preventing armed conflict”; Future role of the High-level Committee on Programmes (HLCP) in follow-up to the United Nations Millennium Declaration; Preparations for future discussions on financing for development and strategies for sustainable development) and Management issues (Staff security and safety; Reform of the pay and benefits system; Information and communication technologies; Dialogue with the Chairman of the International Civil Service Commission and staff representatives; Secretary-General’s reform initiative).

Document reference: CEB/2002/2
CEB: First Session Report (April 2003, Paris) 23.02.2017

This report covers: the reports of the Board's committees (HLCM and HLCP). Discussions on Programme issues (Follow-up to the Millennium Summit: “Strategies for sustainable development”; Africa’s development and the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) and Management issues (Education for All; World Summit on the Information Society; Launch of new security training programme).

Document reference: CEB/2003/1
CEB: Second Report (October 2003, New York) 23.02.2017

This report covers: the reports of the Board's committees (HLCM and HLCP). Discussions on Programme issues (Follow-up to Monterrey: financing for development; HIV/AIDS and its linkages with food security and governance; Follow-up to the World Summit on Sustainable Development) and Management issues (Staff security and safety;  Dialogue with staff representatives and the Chairman of the International Civil Service Commission).

Document reference: CEB/2003/2
CEB: Second Regular Session Report (October 2004, New York) 23.02.2017

This report covers: the reports of the Board's committees (HLCM and HLCP). Discussions on Programme issues (2005 review of the United Nations Millennium Declaration: the response of the United Nations system; Information technology: coordinating the policy advice provided to countries and strengthening knowledge management within the system) and Management issues (Staff security and safety; Follow-up to the report of the High-level Panel on the Strengthening of the International Civil Service; Dialogue with staff representatives and the Chairman of the International Civil Service Commission).

Document reference: CEB/2004/2
CEB: First Regular Session Report (April 2006, Madrid) 23.02.2017

This report covers: Discussions on Programme issues (Follow-up to 2005 World Summit; World Summit on the Information Society; Gender mainstreaming and women, peace and security) and Management issues (Management reform: inter-agency collaboration on accountability and transparency; Accounting standards;  Security and safety of staff; Dialogue with staff representatives).

Document reference: CEB/2006/1
CEB: Second Regular Session Report (October 2008, New York) 23.02.2017

This report covers: the reports of the Board's committees (HLCM, HLCP, UNDG); Discussion on Climate Change and on Staff Security and Safety; Chairmanship of the High-level Committee on Programmes and the High-level Committee on Management.

Document reference: CEB/2008/2
CEB: Second Regular Session Report (October 2009, New York) 23.02.2017

This report covers: the reports of the Board's committees (HLCM,HLCP,UNDG); Discussion on Staff Security and Safety; and, under Other Matters, Briefing on the CEB Trade and Productive Capacity Cluster and on UPU initiative “Addressing the world – An address for everyone”.

Document reference: CEB/2009/2
CEB: Annual Overview Report (June 2008, New York) 23.02.2017

This report provides an overview of major developments in inter-agency cooperation within the framework of the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB), during the period covering its fall session 2007 and its spring session 2008.

Document reference: E/2008/58
CEB: Annual Overview Report (July 2009, Geneva) 23.02.2017

This report provides an overview of major developments in inter-agency cooperation within the framework of the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB), during the period covering its session in October 2008 and its session in April 2009.

Document reference: E/2009/67
CEB: Annual Overview Report (June 2010, New York) 23.02.2017

This report provides an overview of major developments in inter-agency cooperation within the framework of the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB) during the period leading to and covering its fall session 2009 and its spring session 2010.

Document reference: E/2010/69
HRN: Report of 3rd Session (July 2002, New York) 23.02.2017

Framework for Human Resources Management: (a) Review of the pay and benefits system; (b) Contractual arrangements; (c) Mobility; Evolution of the UN/US net remuneration margin; Base/floor salary scale; Review of the level of the education grant ;Hazard pay; Mission subsistence allowance; Paternity leave; Survey of best prevailing conditions of employment for the General Service and related categories in Geneva and Vienna; Exchange of views on issues to be considered by HLCM; Matters arising from the meeting of the Inter-agency Security Management Network; Information and communications tech

Document reference: CEB/2002/HLCM/14
HRN: Report of 10th Session (July 2005, New York) 23.02.2017

Review of the pay and benefits system: (a) Monitoring of the pilot study on broadbanding/reward for contribution; (b) Assessing the implementation of the new Job Evaluation Master Standard for the Professional and higher categories; (c) Mobility and hardship allowance, hazard pay and strategic bonuses; (d) Education grant: Review of the methodology for determining the level of the grant; Evolution of the United Nations/United States remuneration margin; Survey of best prevailing conditions of employment in Montreal; Considerations related to reviewing the Job Evaluation Standards for Genera

Document reference: CEB/2005/HLCM/27
HRN: Report of 11th Session (March 2006, Vienna) 23.02.2017

Accountability and transparency; Safety and security of staff; United Nations System Staff College; Gender mainstreaming ; Joint session of HLCP and HLCM; Review of the pay and benefits system: Standing of field missions: review of conversion of contractual instruments; Conditions of service of the Professional and higher categories: Children’s and secondary dependant’s allowances: review of the levels; Survey of best prevailing conditions of employment in Rome and New York; Job Evaluation Standards for General Service and related categories; Common scale of staff assessment for locally rec

Document reference: CEB/2006/HLCM/12
HRN: Report of 14th Session (July 2007, Geneva) 23.02.2017

Oral updates from Working Groups: Education grant; Long-term care; Appendix D; Salary Surveys; Briefing and update: Safety and Security update by the Department of Safety and Security of Staff; Update from the Medical Doctors Network on its meeting in April 2007; Update from the IT Network on their last meeting; Briefing from the FB Network; Issues for discussion: The system-wide implications for HR management of the recommendations included in the report of the High Level Panel contained in A/61/583) (discussion on business process exercise and action plans); UN Contracts – issues of conce

Document reference: CEB/2007/HR/14
HRN: HR Questions: 83rd Session, (July 1995, New York. September 1995, Geneva) 23.02.2017
Document reference: ACC/1995/19
HRN: HR Questions: 87th Session, (July 1997, New York) 23.02.2017
Document reference: ACC/1997/13
HRN: Report of 16th Session (July 2008, New York) 23.02.2017

Base/floor salary scale; Evolution of the United Nations/United States net remuneration margin; Mobility/hardship scheme: review of the operation of the revised scheme, review of the levels; children’s and secondary dependant’s allowances: review of the levels; Assessing the implementation of the Job Evaluation Master Standard for the Professional and higher categories; Progress report on the Senior Management Network; Education grant: (a) Review of the methodology for determining the grant; (b) Review of the level of the grant; Review of the gender balance in the United Nations common syst

Document reference: CEB/2008/HLCM/HR/35
HRN: Report of 17th Session (March 2009, Madrid) 23.02.2017

Performance management – updated framework and use of steps; Work/Life Balance; Review of separation payments; Update on the UN/US grade equivalency studies; Gender balance; Development of the exit interview questionnaire; Feasibility of inter-agency roster of qualified women; Review of the General Service survey methodologies; 2008/2009 Work plan; Mobility Accord; Guidelines on “disabilities” in the workplace; Review of the mandatory age of retirement; Salary Survey cost-sharing for 2010-2011; Staff and Stress Counsellors’ Group; Management Leadership Programme (UNSSC); Junior Professional

Document reference: CEB/2009/HLCM/HR/27
HRN: Report of 22nd Meeting (July 2011, WMO Geneva) 23.02.2017

Information on upcoming retreat of HR Directors and ICSC; Updates of initiatives undertaken by organizations, HLCM Dialogue with Staff Federations, Cost-sharing for salary surveys, Relocation and Security Evacuation under the Security Level System (SLS).

Document reference: CEB/2011/HLCM/HR/19
HLCM: Report of 2nd Session (September 2001, Geneva) 23.02.2017

The agenda of the session included: the security and safety of staff; capitalizing on technology; the simplification in procedures, processes and entitlements; sustainable employability. Consultations were held with staff representatives.

Document reference: ACC/2001/12
HLCM: Report of 3rd Session (March 2002, New York) 23.02.2017

The agenda of the session focused on: a vision for information and communication technologies (ICT); the security and safety of staff; the reform of the pay and benefits system, geographical balance; consultations with the staff representatives.

Document reference: CEB/2002/3
HLCM: Report of 4th Session (October 2002, Geneva) 23.02.2017

Items discussed included: Information and communication technologies; Security and safety of staff; Impact on management and programme of the changing relationship between regular and voluntary funding; Emergency preparedness and the development of business contingency plans; Reform of the pay and benefits system; Greater commonality of health insurance arrangements. Other items discussed included: Auditing requirements for European Union contributions; Relationship between the HLCM, HLCP and the UNDG.

Document reference: CEB/2002/5
HLCM: Report of 5th Session (June 2003, New York) 23.02.2017

Issues discussed included: Dialogue with Representatives of FICSA and CCISUA; Security and Safety of Staff; Measures to improve system-wide mobility; Emergency preparedness and business continuity planning; Procurement; The impact on management and programme of the changing relationship between regular and voluntary funding; Issues brought forward from the networks.

Document reference: CEB/2003/3
HLCM: Report of 6th Session (October 2003, New York) 23.02.2017

Issues discussed included: Dialogue with Representatives of FICSA and CCISUA; Security and Safety of Staff; Measures to improve system-wide mobility; Information and communication technology issues; Financial and budgetary issues;, Procurement issues; Chief Executives Board secretariat issues.

Document reference: CEB/2003/5
HLCM: Report of 7th Session (March 2004, London) 23.02.2017

Issues discussed included: Security and safety of staff; Update on the work of the HLCP; The impact on management and programme of the changing relationship between regular and voluntary funding; Measures to improve system-wide mobility, Human resources issues; Information and communication technologies issues.

Document reference: CEB/2004/3
HLCM: Report of 8th Session (October 2004, Rome) 23.02.2017

Issues discussed included: Dialogue with Representatives of FICSA and CCISUA; Security and Safety of Staff; Update on the work of the HLCP; The impact on management and programmes of the changing relationship between regular and voluntary funding; Report of the third annual meeting of the United Nations system ombudsmen; Measures to improve system-wide mobility; United Nations common system issues; Human resources issues; Information and communication technology issues; Financial and budgetary issues; Review of governance structures, principles, accountability and future format and consider

Document reference: CEB/2004/6
HLCM: Report of 9th Session (April 2005 , Geneva) 23.02.2017

Issues discussed included: Dialogue with Representatives of FICSA and CCISUA; Security and Safety of Staff; United Nations system collaboration in regard to accountability and transparency; Update on the work of the HLCP, Report of the ICT Network on the elaboration of the United Nations system ICT strategy, Financial and budgetary issues; Human resources issues; United Nations common system issues; Secretariat of CEB. Other matters included: United Nations system medical directors’ group, Rules governing compensation.

Document reference: CEB/2005/3
HLCM: Report of 10th Session (October 2005 , New York) 23.02.2017

Issues Discussed included: Dialogue with representatives of FICSA and CCISUUnited Nations system collaboration in regard to accountability and transparency, Security and safety of staff, Guidelines for a United Nations system contingency plan for an influenza pandemic, Information and communication technology, Financial and budgetary and Human resources management issues.

Document reference: CEB/2005/5
HLCM: Report of 11th Session (February 2006, Villiers-le-Mahieu) 23.02.2017

Issues Discussed included: Dialogue with representatives of FICSA and CCISU,, Preparations for joint session of HLCM and HLCP; Management reform, Information and communication technology issues; Security and safety of staff; Finance and budget issues; Human resources issues. Other matters covered: United Nations System Staff College; Gender mainstreaming, and women, peace and security; Working methods of HLCM.

Document reference: CEB/2006/3
HLCM: Report of 12th Session (30 September 2006, Rome) 23.02.2017

Issues discussed included: Dialogue with Representatives of FICSA and CCISUA; Security and Safety of Staff; Management Reform; Collaboration between HLCM and UNDG Management Group; Establishment of a Supply Network under HLCM; Information and Communication Technology Issues; Finance and Budget Issues, Human Resources Issues; Joint session with HLCP.

Document reference: CEB/2006/5
HLCM: Report of Intersessional Video-conference (November 2006) 23.02.2017

The agendas included: Report of the HLCM Technical Working Group on Safety and Security; ICT Network proposal to study the value of two common services initiatives: Communications and Data Centers; Update and discussion on the World Bank's participation in the UN security Network management system; Feedback from the HLCM Chair on the CEB session of 27-28 October.

Document reference: CEB/2006/HLCM/R.19/Rev.1
HLCM: Report of 13th Session (March 2007, Frascati) 23.02.2017

Issues discussed included: Dialogue with Representatives of FICSA and CCISUA; HLCM proposal on Business Practices; Collaboration between HLCM and UNDG Management Group; Relationship between IAPWG and HLCM; Security and Safety of Staff; Information and Communication Technology; Finance and Budget; Human Resources; Confidentiality of Internal Audit Reports; Senior Management Network; Observations of the Panel of External Auditors on Tsunami; World Bank Financial Management Framework Agreement; Malicious Acts Insurance Policy (MAIP); After Service Health Insurance (ASHI); System-wide Coherence

Document reference: CEB/2007/3
HLCM: Report of 14th Session (September 2007, New York) 23.02.2017

Issues discussed included: Dialogue with Representatives of FICSA and CCISUA; Cooperation with ICSC; Business Practices; Security and Safety of Staff; Institutional links between HLCM and UN/RIAS – Disclosure of Internal Audit Reports; HLCM Networks; UN Cares; UN Dual Career and Staff Mobility; Staff Management Leadership Development Programme; Jointly-financed Activities; Procedures and criteria for the preparation of agendas and submission of documents for consideration and discussion by the HLCM at its session.

Document reference: CEB/2007/6
HLCM: Report of 15th Session (March 2008, Rome) 23.02.2017

Issues discussed included: Dialogue with FICSA, CCISUA and the United Nations International Civil Servants Federation; Security and safety of staff; Triennial comprehensive policy review of operational activities for development of the United Nations system: management implications; Plan of Action for the Harmonization of Business Practices; UNDG on management issues; HLCM networks; Status of implementation of enterprise resource planning across the system; Institutional links between the High-level Committee and the representatives of the Internal Audit Services of the United Nations syste

Document reference: CEB/2008/3
HLCM: Report of 16th Session (September 2008, New York) 23.02.2017

Issues discussed included: Dialogue with FICSA, CCISUA and the United Nations International Civil Servants Federation; Security and safety of staff; Plan of Action for the Harmonization of Business Practices in the United Nations System; Programme of work of the UNDG on management issues; Enhancing collaboration between the HLCM and the JIU; Review of the senior management leadership programme; HLCM networks; Collaboration between the HLCM and the Representatives of Internal Audit Services of the UN-RIAS; Establishing a United Nations system-wide evaluation mechanism; Implementing enterpris

Document reference: CEB/2008/5
HLCM: Report of 17th Session (February 2009, Rome) 23.02.2017

Issues discussed included: Dialogue with FICSA, CCISUA and the United Nations International Civil Servants Federation; Security and safety of staff; HLCM Plan of Action for the Harmonization of Business Practices; Senior Management Leadership Programme; HLCM Networks; Outcome of the CEB review and strengthening of the CEB secretariat.

Document reference: CEB/2009/3
HLCM: Report of 18th Session (September 2009, New York) 23.02.2017

Issues discussed included: Dialogue with FICSA, CCISUA and UNISERV; Security and Safety of Staff; UN Reform on Contractual Arrangements; HLCM Plan of Action for the Harmonization of Business Practices; Mandatory Age of Separation; UN Leaders Programme; HLCM Networks; ICSC Surveys on Performance Management and Inter-Agency Mobility; Healthcare and its Management in the UN System.

Document reference: CEB/2009/6
HLCM: Report of 19th Session (February 2010, Turin) 23.02.2017

Issues discussed included: Security and Safety of Staff; Support to staff and their families in emergency situations; Administration of Justice; HLCM Plan of Action for the Harmonization of Business Practices; Coordination with UNDG; HLCM Networks;Occupational Health and Safety Policy in the UN system.

Document reference: CEB/2010/3
HLCM: Report of 20th Session (September 2010, Washington) 23.02.2017

Issues discussed included: Overview & prioritization of HLCM activities, and coordination with UNDG; Security and Safety of Staff ;Benefits, entitlements and insurance related to service-incurred injury, illness, death and disability; Administration of Justice; Decisions/recommendations and issues under review by the ICSC; HLCM Networks; Lessons learned in Haiti.

Document reference: CEB/2010/5

Actions tagged with Security and safety of staff

Date published

HLCM: Action on Reconciling the duty of care for UN personnel while operating in high risk environments 10.08.2016
HLCM: Action on Briefing by the USG/DSS on current safety and security issues 10.08.2016
HLCM: Action on the UN System Occupational Health and Safety Framework 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on the HLCM Strategic Group on reconciling the "duty of care" for UN System personnel 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on the Organizational Resilience Management System 23.02.2017
CEB: Action on Management Issues 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on the ECOSOC Operational Activities Segment 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Reconciling duty of care for UN personnel while operating in high risk environments 15.06.2016
HLCM: Action on the Programme Criticality Framework 23.02.2017
CEB: Action on Management Issues 23.02.2017
CEB: Action on Management Issues 23.02.2017
CEB: Action on Launch of new Security Training Programme 23.02.2017
CEB: Action on Staff security and safety 23.02.2017
CEB: Action on Advanced security in the field 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Support to Survivors of Malicious Acts & Natural Disasters & Affected Families 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Safety and Security 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Issues from the Inter Agency Security Management Network (IASMN) 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Programme Criticality 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security Level System 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and Safety of Staff 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on HR Network proposals on Safety and Security Matters 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on UN Estate Safety and Security Policy 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Guidelines for Acceptable Risk 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on The new Security Level System (SLS) 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and Safety of Staff 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Safety and Security,Inter-Agency Security Management Network (IASMN) 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and Safety of Staff, Inter-agency Security Management Network 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff, Inter-agency Security Management Network (IASMN) 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Management reform 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff, Inter-agency Security Management Network (IASMN) 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff, Process for the Development of Field-Related Security Budget Proposals 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff, Cost Sharing Formula for Field-related Security Costs 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff, Inter-agency Security Management Network (IASMN) 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff, Unified Security Management System for the United Nations 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff,UN Humanitarian Air Service Liability Issues 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff,Survey on Total Expenditures on Security 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff, Headquarters Security and Safety 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff, (iii) Contingency Planning and Emergency Preparations 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff, 2003 Census and Cost Sharing Formula 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff, Recommendations from IASMN 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff, New security arrangements 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff, Aviation Safety and Security Standards 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff,Minimum Operating Security Standards (MOSS) 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security Matters 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Simplification of Procedures, Processes and Entitlements 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff, Simplification of Evacuation Allowances 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff, Arrangements for the Management of the Security System 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Security and safety of staff, Cost-sharing formula 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on Programme Criticality Framework 15.06.2016
CEB: Action on United Nations system staff security and safety 23.02.2017
HLCM: Action on UNSMS Security Policy Manual 15.06.2016
HLCM: Action on Private Security Companies 15.06.2016
HLCM: Action on the Security Level System (SLS) 15.06.2016

CEB Mechanisms tagged with Security and safety of staff

Date published

HLCM: Inter-Agency Security Management Network (IASMN) 15.06.2016

The Inter-Agency Security Management Network supports the High-Level Committee on Management in its comprehensive review of policies and resource-related issues pertaining to the entire United Nations security management system.

HLCM: High-Level Committee on Management (HLCM) 02.08.2017

The High-Level Committee on Management identifies and analyzes administrative management reforms with the aim of improving efficiency and simplifying business practices.