UN REFORM PAKISTAN - SYNOPSIS OF MARCH - JUNE 2007 Planning Process that culminated in June Workshops improved understanding of what actions would reflect UN Reform in OMT respective working groups and how to get there. Through brainstorming process conceived for rolling out UN Reform in Pakistan. The process itself is a pilot activity. We were provided with activity planning tools that helped us focus on how to get where we want to. We were able to define common gains and common constraints. UNCT was able to select the activities that would represent real UN reform in Pakistan.
UN REFORM RESULTS ORIENTED INVESTING INCLUSIVE - PEER REVIEW OMT – UN REFORM PAKISTAN – METHODOLOGY: PROCESS APPROACH PILOTING BUSINESS CASE FUNCTIONAL WORKING GROUPS GOVERNANCE FRAMEWORK
EFFICIENCY STAFF PRODUCTIVITY INNOVATION OMT UN REFORMS PAKISTAN – A DRIVE FOR EXCELLENCE: UN (ITED) IMAGE ENHANCED COMMUNICATION ECONOMIES OF SCALE ADVISORY SERVICES OPTIMIZING RESOURCES PROGRAMME
UN REFORM PAKISTAN – KEY PRIORITIES IN JUNE 2007 Common Premises June 2007: –One Office by 2010 Human Resources June 2007: –Harmonized Approach to Recruitment ICT June 2007: –Unified Radio Communication System –Common Approach to ICT: (1 email address list, 1 intranet portal, 1 set of standards, 1 helpdesk, 1 virtual network, 1 VSat) Procurement June 2007: –Harmonized Approach to Procurement Budget & Finance June 2007: –1 Finance Hub –1 Admin Support Budget –Cluster staff General Administration June 2007: –Host Country Relations Unit –1 Motor Pool *Common Services group had not yet been constituted in June 2007
UN REFORM PAKISTAN - JUNE 2007 COMMON DRIVES FOR EXCELLENCE LINKAGES TO PROGRAMME COMMON PREMISES HUMAN RESOURCES ICTPROCUREMENTBUDGET & FINANCE GENERAL ADMIN EFFICIENCY ECONOMIES OF SCALE INNOVATION ENHANCED COMMUNICATION OPTIMIZING RESOURCES UN(INTED) IMAGE STAFF PRODUCTIVITY ADVISORY SERVICES
UN REFORM RULES & PROCEDURES STAFF TIME GLOBAL COORDINATION OMT - UN REFORMS PAKISTAN – CONSTRAINTS & CHALLENGES: AGENCY COMMITMENT
UN REFORM PAKISTAN - JUNE 2007 COMMON CONSTRAINTS CONSTRAINTSCOMMON PREMISES HUMAN RESOURCES ICTPROCUREMENTBUDGET & FINANCE GENERAL ADMIN RULES & PROCEDURES GLOBAL COORDINATION AGENCY COMMITMENT STAFF TIME
UN REFORM PAKISTAN - SYNOPSIS AS OF OCTOBER 2007 Progress continued in July, August and September at differing rates in the 7 Working Groups of OMT. A decision was taken for Working Groups to formally all meet once a month for half a day to share information, progress and elicit assistance and/or clarification where needed. OMT decided to meet twice a month – with one OMT meeting per month dedicated to UN Reform matters and decisions. OMT information overload overcome through use of Common Services Website, i.e. documents for review, information requests, reference documents are now loaded up weekly with an e-bulletin issued to all Working Group members. Information flow now progressing smoothly albeit backlog to overcome.
Common Services Website Access Common Services Management Website to review and update: –Activity Planning Tool –Work plan and Gantt chart –Transformation fund Costed work plan draft –Working Group presentations Access Common Services Management Website to review and update: http://www.csmanagementsystem.undg.org/Index.cfm?fuseaction=h ome.login User name:pakistan Password:view
WAY FORWARD To access resources as needed in order to operationalize plans that have been reviewed, revamped and are inclusive Staff time taken for these activities is still number one constraint UNCT currently deliberating on: UN Village LoI, MoU and project proposal; MoU on internal staff; OMT Costed Workplan from Transformation Fund. DOCUMENTS AVAILABLE: On the Common Services Management website
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