Advisory Committee for the Coordination of Information Systems (ACCIS)
Comité consultatif pour la coordination des systèmes d'information
Comité Consultivo para la Coordinación de Sistemas de Información
31 Mar 1983, as an inter-agency body of A-XA3375 - United Nations (UN), comprising organizations of United Nations system. Replaced functions of U-XU5558 - Inter-Organization Board for Information Systems (IOB). Discontinued in the fall of 1993.
Facilitate access by Member States to the United Nations information and promote the improvement of the information infrastructure within the UN system; help to ensure the more efficient operation of planned or existing UN information systems and services by enhancing the capacity of the UN system to collect, store, retrieve and disseminate information.
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