Thèmes - Fraud
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|A/60/387||26. The Boardâ€™s findings indicate that a number of entities do not have adequate fraud detection and prevention measures in place, e.g. UNITAR, UNPFA, UNOPS. The Committee agrees with the Board on the importance of this matter and anticipates an update on the progress made regarding fraud-related matters in the Boardâ€™s follow-up report.||2005|
|A/60/7/Add.13||54.The Advisory Committee recognizes the importance of effective measures to deal with fraud and corruption; however, the Committee points out that the establishment of the office is not directly called for in the Summit Outcome. Furthermore, the Committee is concerned that some of the functions of the Office may overlap with activities of the Office of Internal Oversight Services, the Office of Human Resources Management, the Secretary-Generalâ€™s (internal) Oversight Committee, the Department of Peacekeeping Operations and the proposed ethics office. Therefore, the Committee considers it prudent to await the results of the comprehensive review of governance arrangements before establishing yet another unit to deal with such matters. Accordingly, pending the outcome of the review, the Committee recommends against approval of the seven additional staff proposed for the office, with a consequential proportionate reduction in operational requirements.||2005|
|A/60/7/Add.4||13.With regard to measures relating to actual and potential instances of fraud, the Board of Auditors referred in paragraphs 481 to 483 of its report (A/60/113) to its recommendation that UNITAR develop, document and implement a plan against the risk of internal corruption and fraud, including fraud-awareness initiatives, in coordination with the Administration of the United Nations and of the funds and programmes to obtain the benefit of best practices, where available. The Institute responded that it was investigating the matter. The Board of Auditors noted that no action had been taken so far to implement its recommendation. The Advisory Committee trusts that the Administration of UNITAR will initiate measures to ensure compliance with United Nations system-wide efforts in this respect. The Committee expects that the Institute will undertake concrete steps to develop, document and implement a plan against the risk of internal corruption and fraud, including fraud-awareness initiatives, as specifically recommended by the Board of Auditors.||2005|