13. Oktober 2021

Un To Un Agency Agreement

Filed under: Allgemein — @ 01:03

Corrigendum to the draft agreement (new Article XI) in accordance with the decision of the General Assembly Working Agreement on long-term cooperation in the field of hydrology and freshwater resources between UNESCO and WMO Where a United Nations agency carries out project activities either as an implementing partner (IP) or as a responsible party (FP), the Office of Financial Resources Management (OFRM) / Treasury finances these activities directly to the Agency, in accordance with the progress schedule of the letter of agreement with the UNITED Nations Agency. These funds are recorded in advance in the UNDP accounts (account 16015). UN agencies report their project costs in quarterly project delivery reports (RDPs). Advances to UN agencies and expenditure reported through the RDP are accounted for in a project compensation account (BCP). This is the basis for the inter-agency balance that the UN Agency has with regard to UNDP projects. The framework of the harmonised hacT (Harmonisation of Cash Transfers) approach does not apply to cash transfers as part of the Agency`s implementation. it is not permitted to transmit supporting documents to UNDP or other UN financial information, including invoices paid by UNDP or any other UN agency; quote; citations; employment contracts and CVs; contracts for goods and services; delivery notes signed with a UNITED Nations agency, countervailing documents and bills of lading; An attendance list in which participants in the workshop or training have signed an attendance allowance or per diem (paid by the United Nations); or supporting documents or vendor invoices for the United Nations. Where UNDP has assumed responsibility for the procurement of health commodities, no final invoice or delivery document can be provided as supporting documentation. In order to strengthen synergies and minimise duplication in programme implementation, UNESCO attaches importance to enhanced coordination and cooperation with other UN organisations. This improved dialogue at all stages of programme development and implementation is one of the aspects addressed in the Partnership Agreements with UN partners.

In 1946, the Economic and Social Council adopted, emphasizing its commitment to „effectively discharge its responsibility for the coordination of the activities of the specialized agencies“, which requested the Secretary-General to „establish a standing committee of administrative officers of the specialized agencies related to the United Nations to take all necessary measures; Led by the Secretary-General, in order to ensure the fullest and most effective implementation of the agreements concluded between the United Nations and the specialized agencies. The Secretary-General of the United Nations created the Administrative Committee on Coordination (ACC), then known as the Coordination Committee. The ACC title was awarded in 1948 to distinguish him from the ECOSOC Coordinating Committee. When a UN agency serves as an SR and does not use the RDP:. Additional Agreement of the Agreement between UNESCO and the World Tourism Organization ECOSOC Resolution, draft agreement between the United Nations and WMO Memorandum of Understanding between the DG of UNESCO and the United Nations Disaster Relief Coordinator Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation between UNESCO and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) of the DG in June 2014 Memorandum of Understanding between UNESCO and UNWTO Draft Agreement between the Nations United Nations and ITU – Note by the Secretary-General Additional Agreement with the Specialized Agencies on the Use of the United Nations Laissez-Passer Letter from the Secretary-General to the President of the Economic and Social Council For more information on RDP reporting, see the implementation of popp. . . .

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