Consultative Committee on Administrative Questions (CCAQ)

Comité consultatif pour les questions administratives (CCQA)

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History

as a subsidiary organ of E-XE4062 - United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB) within the system of A-XA3375 - United Nations (UN). Activities taken over by High Level Committee on Management (HLCM).

Aims

Advise ACC on policy issues relating to management and administration of the organizations of the United Nations System, with a view to achieving the widest possible measure of harmonization. In particular: ensures an ongoing dialogue related to these issues so as to increase productivity and reduce costs in financial and administrative operations; formulates common positions on questions in respect of personnel, budgetary, financial and other administrative matters; examine decisions relating to system-wide coordination of administrative questions taken by the intergovernmental bodies concerned, and take and/or recommend the action necessary for their implementation; consider matters raised by advisory or expert bodies such as the International Civil Service Commission; examine matters of system-wide concern brought to its attention by individual participating organizations; establish appropriate subcommittees on specialized subjects related to personnel questions such as job classification and staff training and to financial issues such as programme budget practice, accounting and financial reporting arrangements, cash management and the improvement of general financial systems.

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Structure

Following 1993 review of ACCs subsidiary machinery, CCAQ has senior-level representation (whose meetings are for a maximum of 2 days duration) assisted by 2 components (each meeting twice a year): Personnel and Administrative Questions (PER); Financial and Budgetary Questions (FB). Specialized subjects are handled through subsidiary committees and working groups. Secretariat at E-XE3343 - United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG).

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UIA Org ID

XE5559

Last News

1999

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