International Civil Service Commission (ICSC)
Commission de la fonction publique internationale (CFPI)
Comisión de Administración Pública Internacional (CAPI)
1974-12-18 New York NY USA
Established by UN General Assembly resolution 3357 (XXIX), as a commission of A-XA3375 - United Nations (UN). Rules of procedure adopted at 1st Session, May 1975.
Regulate and coordinate the conditions of service of the United Nations common system of organizations.
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Commission meets twice a year and comprises 15 members appointed by UN General Assembly for 4-year terms in their personal capacity, 2 of whom are designated Chairman and Vice-Chairman. Divisions (3): Cost-of-Living; Salaries and Allowances; Human Resources Policies. Secretariat, headed by Executive Secretary.
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