Thèmes - Conference services
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|A/56/7/Add.11||10. The Advisory Committee recommends that the General Assembly invite the Security Council to ensure that the proceedings of the Counter-Terrorism Committee and other subsidiary bodies of the Council that require conference servicing are conducted with due regard to the most efficient use of conference-servicing resources. To this end, the Security Council may wish to consider the merits of establishing appropriate guidelines for, inter alia, the format and, to the extent feasible and acceptable, the volume of communications that all States are requested to submit in their reports for consideration by the Counter-Terrorism Committee.||2002|
|A/60/433||2.The Advisory Committee welcomes the steady improvement in the utilization of conference servicing resources and facilities over the past few years. As noted in paragraph 8 of the report of the Secretary-General on the pattern of conferences (A/60/93), the overall utilization factor for 2004 was 83 per cent, exceeding the established benchmark of 80 per cent for the first time since 2000. The Committee continues to be concerned, however, that the methodology used for calculating the utilization factor has not changed significantly since 1993 and that, as the Committee has pointed out in the past, it does not take into account the specific nature of the various bodies subjected to study. The Committee reiterates that raw statistics on the utilization of conference resources are potentially misleading and may obscure the understanding of actual efficiency gains in the utilization of allocated conference resources. It is the Committeeâ€™s continued belief, therefore, that a more qualitative analysis is required and that the methodology should be revisited, with a view to developing a more results-based approach which would involve the measurement of results achieved with the use of available resources (see A/59/418, para. 5).||2005|