Thèmes - Technological Innovations
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|A/54/841||35. With respect to the use of new technology in peacekeeping missions, the Advisory Committee acknowledges the need to provide missions with additional capacity, such as in data processing and communications. However, the Committee cautions against the tendency to automatically requisition state-of-the-art equipment in all cases.||2000|
|A/60/597||28.The Advisory Committee has consistently supported technological innovations at the United Nations and stressed the importance of proper channelling of and accounting for the benefits that arise from investments in technology. In this connection, the Committee notes with concern the reference to shortcomings in the application of modern process management practices referred to in paragraphs 46 and 47 of the Secretary-Generalâ€™s report and recalls its views expressed in paragraph 7 of A/60/7/Add.2. The Committee trusts that efforts will continue to improve administrative processes through, inter alia, maximum use of technological innovations and to link such improvement to the functional assignment of staff.||2005|
|A/60/597||29.While the Advisory Committee shares the view of the Secretary-General that it would not be advisable to set rigid organizational standards or benchmarks for staffing ratios (see A/60/572/Add.4, para. 66), the Committee trusts that information on staffing ratios will be maintained, refined and used as a tool in management analysis and reporting. The Committee reiterates its view that appropriate mechanisms should be developed that could better and more precisely measure the impact of technological innovations on workload of staff and on work processes; this should allow the Organization to increasingly meet new challenges through effective use of redeployment of human and financial resources.||2005|