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Para.13 'Business Units' is deleted, as access to Atlas of UNDP staff and designated SC holders is subject to the scope of their job duties as referenced in para.2 of the policy. All paragraphs following para.13 have been renumbered accordingly.
The Atlas User Access Standards policy is available in French. To access the content, click the French tab.
The Information Security Policy is now available in French. To access the document, click the French tab.
The ICT Disaster Recovery Standards for UNDP Offices policy is now available in French. To access the document, click on the French language tab.
The Innovation Challenge Agreement Template (Individual) is now available in Spanish in the POPP library.
The Rank-in-Post policy will be reviewed when the new Mobility Policy currently under discussion, is published. Until such time the POPP requires a clarification that the RR/DRR post selections are filled through the POOLs which straddle multiple grades, hence the Rank-in-Post does not apply to the POOL selections. The Administrator will continue to exercise his prerogative through the Executive Group to determine the grade that the incumbent will serve at.
The Security policy is now available in French. To access the document, click on the French language tab.
The Security policy is now available in Spanish. To access the document, click on the Spanish language tab.
Para. 62 in the Home Leave policy and Section 8 in the procedures have been updated to align the requirements for post-travel Home Leave certification and documentation by staff members.
Effective 1 January 2020, UNDP's revised Internship policy will come into effect. Until then, colleagues can refer to the linked OHR resource SharePoint page to consult the revised policy, procedures and FAQs.
The Crisis Assessment and Coordination Resources policy is now available in Spanish. To access the content, click the Spanish language tab.
The PPM chapter is now available in French.
The Electronic Funds Transfer Standards policy is available in French. To access the document, click the French language tab.
UNDP updated the Information Disclosure Policy (IDP) in July 2019. Key proposed changes include the following; Amendment to the number of the Information Disclosure Oversight Panel from five to three, as well as its composition to ensure that a majority of the members are external to UN. The new composition would be two representatives from non-governmental organizations and/or foundations and one from the UN or UN agency. A competitive selection process to appoint panel members.
The deleted Paragraph 6 allows for all premises cases to be presented to General Operations for review and approval, so that UNDP can partner with UN agencies to determine areas of common interest including shared services/offices.
The UNDP Legal Framework for Addressing Non-compliance with UN Standards of Conduct is available in French. To access the document, click on the French language tab.
The French Standard Grant Agreement (Micro-Capital Grant) for Non-Credit Related Activities template is now available. To access the document, click on the French language tab (Procedure table two, step four).
The ICF has been revised to reflect the division of roles and responsibilities between country offices and GSSU with detailed guidance provided for the following 14 business processes services:
The MPS template is now available in French and Spanish. The two language versions are linked in step 1 of the procedure table (section 3.0).
The Request For Information template is available in French in the template library (POPP-11-3092).
The Protection Against Retaliation policy is now available in Portuguese and Arabic.
The policy on eligibility for international benefits and entitlements and determination of official UN nationality guides staff members on UNDP's practice and procedures on how it determines the nationality of a new staff member on appointment or when a new nationality is acquired during service. The policy also guides on the eligibility of staff members for international benefits and entitlements in posts subject to international recruitment. The policy also reminds staff of their obligation to inform UNDP if they intend to acquire permanent residence status in any other country other than that of their own nationality of intend to change or obtain a new nationality.