Thèmes - Fragmentation
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|A/60/428||21.The Advisory Committee is of the opinion that the structure of the Mission, the allocation of posts and their grade levels (especially at the D-1 and D-2 levels) should remain under review in the light of the full deployment of the Mission and experience gained, including actual workload. This is especially important for UNMIS in view of the special structure of the Mission. Offices or units should be consolidated wherever possible and it should be determined which functions could be more efficiently or cost effectively provided centrally. While recognizing the need for a number of distinct functions, the Advisory Committee is of the opinion that some of these could be combined, pooling resources together where possible or by consolidating multiple entities, instead of creating a plethora of distinct units that may only complicate the lines of reporting, monitoring and accountability in a mission of such size. Examples of fragmented units, which create requirements for additional posts, include the General Services Section (see A/60/190, para. 210), the Health Services Section (para. 211), the Transport Section (paras. 235-240), the Aviation Section (paras. 241-244), the Office of the Spokesperson and the Communications and Public Information Office (paras. 36 and 106-118). The Advisory Committee also trusts that the continued need for a separate UNMIS "assistance cell" (A/60/190, para. 176) in Addis Ababa will be kept under review, bearing in mind the capacity that already exists for liaison between the United Nations and AU. The Advisory Committee expects the next budget for UNMIS to reflect the refinements made on the basis of experience and further review.||2005|