3Brahimi Report“There is currently no integrated planning or support cell in the Secretariat that brings together those responsible for political analysis, military operations, civilian police, electoral assistance, human rights, development, humanitarian assistance, refugees and displaced persons, public information, logistics, finance and recruitment.”
4Background – Policy Framework SG’s Note of Guidance (2000): RC/HCs ‘brought into the mission’ as DSRSGs to link between Mission and the UNCT (structural integration)2006 IMPP Guidelines endorsed by the Secretary-General: ‘the authoritative basis for the planning of all new integrated missions, as well as the revision of existing integration mission plans for all UN departments, offices, agencies, funds, and programmes’Key Elements IMPP as per 2006 Guidelines:Standing Fora:Integrated Mission Task Force (HQ)Integrated Mission Planning Team (Field)Planning Tools:TAMMission PlanRBB
5Policy Committee Decision ‘08 Key elements:Joint analytical capacity (DOCO and DPKO Planners)Integrated Strategic FrameworkIntegration Steering Group
6DPKO Planning Tools Current: Security Council Resolutions/Mandates Reports of the Secretary-General – QuarterlyConOps – Military, Police, Support - Mission start-up and as requiredMandate Implementation Plan - various implementation periods, uneven approachResults-Based Budget – annual, July-JuneFuture:Integrated Strategic Framework (ISF), under development
9Results-Based Budgeting (RBB) ObjectiveComponentExpected AccomplishmentsIndicators of achievementOutputs:External FactorsObjective: an overall desired achievement involving a process of change and aimed at meeting certain needs of identified end-users, within a given period of time.Expected Accomplishment: a desired outcome involving benefits to end-users, expressed as a quantitative or qualitative standard, value or rate.Indicators of Achievement: used to measure to what extent the objectives and/or expected accomplishments have been achieved. Indicators correspond either directly or indirectly to the objective or the expected accomplishments and are used to measure performance.Outputs: final products or services delivered by a programme or subprogram to end-users, such as reports, publications, training, servicing of meetings, or advisory, editorial, translation of security services, which an activity is expected to produce in order to achieve its objectives.External factors: events and/or conditions that are beyond the control of those responsible for an activity but that have an influence on the success or failure of the activity. They may be anticipated in the form of assumptions or they may be unanticipated.Component Approach:Provide focus on how mission contributes to the objective by grouping expected accomplishments and related outputsNot necessarily components in terms of organisational chart e.g. civil affairsOutputs are reflected under those components that contain the accomplishments to which they contributeE.g. Civilian Police output for elections “Ballot boxes security”could be reflected under Substantive Civilian component accomplishment “Achievement of free and fair elections”Support component of particular interest to ACABQ
10RBB Mission Components RBB framework components are aligned to Security Council Resolution / SG ReportExamples - Budget 2005/06Component SourceSG ReportSC ResolutionMissionMONUCUNMILUNOCIComponents1.Peace & Security2. Transitional Process3. Humanitarian Assistance & Human RightsCeasefirePeace ProcessHumanitarian & Human RightsSecurity ReformDDRRRHumanitarian & Human rightsLaw & OrderAll missions have a:support component (standardised RBB framework used)executive direction and management (no RBB framework is required)RBB framework components are aligned to Security Council Resolution / SG Report
11RBB - Scale RBB 2006/07 # 12 46 87 273 1121 86 Missions Objectives Components46Expected Accomplishments87Indicators of Achievement273Outputs1121External Factors86For 2006/2007 peacekeeping mission budgets of approx. $5b, we presented to member states the following RBB elements:Note: * 2006/2007 includes UNDOF, UNIFIL, MINURSO, UNOMIG, UNMEE, UNFICYP, UNMIL, UNMIK, ONUCI, MINUSTAH, MONUC, UNMIS. Excludes revised budgets: UNMEE, UNOCI & budget not yet published: ONUB.
12Controllers Budget Instructions 2009/10 Example UN CT Annex to RBBControllers Budget Instructions 2009/10 ExampleNo standardised format submitted yet!
13Guidance ~ PlansCreate an IMPP implementation toolkit based on the 2006 IMPP Guidelines and inclusive of requirements from 2008 Policy Committee decisionStrategic Assessment – December ’08Role of the Headquarters – Jan ’09Role of the Field – Feb/March ‘09
16Training ~ Plans Principle: Joint training for UNCT and DPKO planners DPKO sponsored events in ’09Annual IMPP Workshop for Mission PlannersIMPP Training of Trainers (HQ-based)Field-Level Implementation of the IMPP (funds requested)
17Knowledge SharingStrategic Planning Community of Practice to be re-launched in January ’09 with a new “Share Point” platformExternal access for non-DPKO staff will be possibleDedicated facilitator hired
18Discussion Points DPKO Planners Roles and Responsibilities Working Together: DPKO and UNCT PlannersSupport NeedsCommunity of Practice