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# Symbolsort descending ACABQ report title Related Reports

The reports considered by the Advisory Commitee are shown in bold. 

Related Resolutions

In bold: the resolution(s) adopted by the General Assembly on the subject under consideration. In italics: the resolutions in which the General Assemby requested the Secretary-General to submit the considered report(s). The other resolutions listed include previous General Assembly resolutions and for peacekeeping missions, the latest Security Council resolution. 

Session
1. A/48/7/Add.11 Programme budget for the biennium 1994-1994 : proposed reclassifications of posts : 12th report of the Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions. 48
2. A/50/7/Add.10 Revised estimates under section 1, Overall policy-making, direction and coordination, section 32, Staff assessment, and income section 1, Income from staff assessment 50
3. A/50/7/Add.2 Special representatives, envoys and related positions 50
4. A/51/475 Employment of retirees 51
5. A/51/813 Gratis personnel provided by Governments and other entities 51
6. A/52/890 Gratis personnel provided by Governments and other entities 52
7. A/53/417/Add.1 Gratis personnel provided by Governments and other entities 53
8. A/53/691 Internal vacancies in the Secretariat; employment of retirees; consultants and individual contractors; human resources management reform 53
9. A/54/450 Human resources management 54
10. A/54/470 Review of the efficiency of the administrative and financial functioning of the United Nations 54
11. A/54/657 Analysis of the organizational structure and the personnel and technical resources of the Non-Governmental Organizations Section of the United Nations Secretariat 54
12. A/54/7/Add.5 Programme budget for the biennium 1998-1999; Proposed programme budget for the biennium 2000-2001 (Construction of additional conference facilities at Addis Ababa; Unforeseen and extraordinary expenses; and various notes submitted by the Secretary-General in response to issues raised in the first report of the Advisory Committee on the proposed programme budget for the biennium 2000-2001 (A/54/7)) 54
13. A/55/499 Human resources management reform, accountability and responsibility, personnel practices and policies and management irregularities 55
14. A/55/7/Add.2 Revised estimates under section 7, International Court of Justice, section 32, Staff assessment, and income section 1, Income from staff assessment 55
15. A/56/846 Mandatory age of separation 56
16. A/57/469 Human resources management reform, monitoring capacity in the Office of Human Resources Management, consultants and individual contractors, and employment of retired former staff 57
17. A/57/7/Add.14 Conversion into established posts of some temporary assistance posts financed under section 2 of the programme budget : cases in which incumbents of posts are being paid at a level other than the one provided for the post ; presentation of estimates of staff assessment ; additional expenditures deriving from inflation and currency fluctuations ; comprehensive review of the post structure of the United Nations Secretariat ; interim report on results-based budgeting for the biennium 2002-2003 57
18. A/57/735 Gratis personnel provided by Governments and other entities 57
19. A/58/7/Add.5 Improvements to the current process of planning and budgeting ; cost implications of providing more predictable and adequate conference services to the meetings of regional and other major groupings of Member States ; comprehensive review of the post structure of the United Nations Secretariat ; additional expenditures deriving from inflation and currency fluctuations ; proportion of general service staff to professional staff in the regional commissions ; implementation of projects financed from the Development Account : 3rd progress report 58
20. A/59/446 Human resources management 59
21. A/59/786 Gratis personnel provided by Governments and other entities 59
22. A/60/597 Second performance report on the programme budget for the biennium 2004-2005 60
23. A/60/7/Add.2 Suspension of recruitment for posts in the General Service and related categories 60
24. A/60/735 Investing in the United Nations: for a stronger Organization worldwide 60
25. A/60/851 Staffing of field missions, including the use of 300- and 100-series appointments 60
26. A/60/870 Investing in the United Nations for a stronger Organization worldwide : detailed report 60
27. A/60/903 Investing in the United Nations for a stronger organization worldwide : updated terms of reference for the Independent Audit Advisory Committee (IAAC) 60
28. A/60/904 Investing in the United Nations: for a stronger Organizationworldwide: detailed report. Procurement reform 60
29. A/60/909 Investing in the United Nations for a stronger organization worldwide: detailed report. Accountability 60
30. A/60/929 Disarmament, demobilization and reintegration (DDR) 60
31. A/61/537 Human resources management 61
32. A/61/591 Financial and any other implications resulting from the introduction of a staff retention bonus at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) and the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ITY) 61
33. A/61/804 Investing in the United Nations : for a stronger Organization worldwide: interim report : Investing in information and communications technology 61
34. A/61/825 Investing in the United Nations for a stronger Organization worldwide : detailed report : updated terms of reference for the Independent Audit Advisory Committee 61
35. A/61/886 Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse (SEA) and comprehensive report prepared pursuant to General Assembly resolution 59/296 on sexual exploitation and sexual abuse, including policy development, implementation and full justification of proposed capacity on personnel conduct issues 61
36. A/62/7/Add.14 Human resources management 62
37. A/62/7/Add.2A/62/7/Add.2/Corr.1 Revised estimates relating to the proposed programme budget for the biennium 2008-2009 under sections 17, 20, 21, 27, 28C, 28D, 28E, 28F and 28G to ensure operational preparedness and business continuity in a protracted human influenza pandemic crisis 62
38. A/63/526 Human resources management 63
39. A/63/754 Amendments to the Staff Regulations 63
40. A/64/518 Human resources management 64
41. A/64/7/Add.22 Revised estimates relating to the programme budget for the biennium 2010-2011 under sections 28C, Office of Human Resources Management, 28D, Office of Central Support Services, and 36, Staff assessment : Emergency Preparedness and Support Unit 64
42. A/65/532 Administrative and financial implications of the decisions and recommendations contained in the report of the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) for 2010 65
43. A/65/537 Human resources management 65
44. A/65/767 Conditions of service and compensation for officials, other than Secretariat officials, serving the General Assembly : full-time members of the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) and the Chair of the Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions 65
45. A/66/511A/66/511/Corr.1 Human resources management 66
46. A/66/7/Add.26 Administrative and financial implications of the decisions and recommendations contained in the report of the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) for the year 2011 66
47. A/66/7/Add.4 Administrative and financial implications of the decisions and recommendations contained in the report of the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) for the year 2011 66
48. A/67/545 Human resources management 67
49. A/67/573 Administrative and financial implications of the decisions and recommendations contained in the report of the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) for the year 2012 67
50. A/68/523 Human resources management 68
51. A/68/580 Placement of United Nations staff members who have been adversely affected by natural disasters, malicious acts and other critical incidents 68
52. A/68/601 Towards a global, dynamic and adaptable workforce : mobility 68
53. A/68/615 Seconded active-duty military and police personnel 68
54. A/68/7/Add.4 Administrative and financial implications of the decisions and recommendations contained in the report of the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) for the year 2013 68