Thèmes - After-service health insurance
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|A/60/7/Add.11||10.The Advisory Committee was informed, upon enquiry, that the amount of $250 million proposed for the transfer from accounts of peacekeeping operations represents approximately half of the total amount of unencumbered balances and savings for all active peacekeeping missions as at the close of the peacekeeping fiscal year on 30 June 2005. Although it is acknowledged that peacekeeping budgets should fund their share of the costs of after-service health insurance, it is not clear to the Committee why active peacekeeping missions should fund an accrued liability attributable at least partially to peacekeeping operations that have closed (see also para. 15 below). Moreover, the Secretariat was unable to explain how the proposed amount was arrived at.||2005|
|A/60/7/Add.11||15.With regard to the proposal to continue biennial appropriations to cover after-service health insurance subsidy payments in respect of current participants, the Advisory Committee was informed that a practical mechanism has not been available to determine the funding sources to which costs for current retirees were charged over their active careers with the Organization. The Secretariat estimates that 10 to 15 per cent of after-service health insurance costs relate to retirees whose salary costs were charged to extrabudgetary (including peacekeeping) accounts immediately prior to retirement, although the fund to which a staff memberâ€™s final years of service is charged is not necessarily indicative of the fund or fund type to which the staff memberâ€™s costs were charged over his or her overall period of United Nations service. This, in the view of the Secretariat, does not make the allocation of after-service health insurance costs for current retirees across differing funding sources practical. Therefore, the Secretary-General proposes to continue biennial appropriations to cover after-service health insurance subsidy payments in respect of current participants. The Committee has no objection to the Secretary-Generalâ€™s proposal.||2005|
|A/60/7/Add.11||16.In connection with the proposal to establish a charge equivalent to 4 per cent of salary costs on all budgets to be applied against the cost of salaries paid to staff, the Advisory Committee was informed that the application of a uniform percentage on salary costs across all budgets would result in the regular budget and extrabudgetary and peacekeeping funds beginning to fund future after-service health insurance costs in direct proportion to their active salary costs. As a result, the after-service health insurance reserve would receive funding from all funding sources to which costs for staff who will ultimately receive benefits have been charged. While the Committee agrees in principle with the proposal to charge a certain percentage of salary costs as a means of building a fund for after-service health insurance payments, it is of the view that further and more detailed analysis should be undertaken before it can recommend a specific percentage. The Committee is also of the view that special attention should be paid to such issues as the relationship between an additional charge on salary costs and programme support costs applied to extrabudgetary activities.||2005|