ACABQ

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ACABQAdvisory Committee On Administrative and Budgetary Questions
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(42.) ACABQ, "Review of Arrangements for Funding and Backstopping Special Political Missions," UN Doc.
This was increased slightly, so that the ICTY's expenditures for 1994-95 were approximately $35.8 million (net).(30) The ACABQ approved a one-year budget for the ICTY for 1996 that was approximately $40.8 million (gross),(31) and for the ICTR, $38.8 million (gross).(32) There are indications in the budget made public by the Secretary-General that both Tribunals are expected to seek substantial increases for 1997.(33) In the meantime, the Secretary-General has sought what amounts to a zero-growth budget, in terms of staff, in the provisional dollar amounts for 1997 of $53.5 million (gross) for the ICTY and $46.7 million (gross) for the ICTR.
In response to the General Assembly and the Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions (ACABQ), the Secretary-General submitted revised terms of reference in June 2006 (A/60/846/Add.7) and again in March 2007 (A/61/812).
Babou Sene, Vice?Chair of the Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions (ACABQ), introduced the Advisory Committees eponymous report (document A/73/616), which backed the actions proposed by the Secretary?General, including the net amount appropriation of $8.9 million for project activities in 2019.
The Fifth Committee also reviewed the reports of the Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions (ACABQ) on the Board's audits (A/62/355 and A/61/350/Add.l) and the Secretary-General's report on the implementation of the Board's recommendations for UNOPS (A/61/214/Add.2).
Earlier in the day, the Committee filled 17 vacancies in three subsidiary bodies the ACABQ, Committee on Contributions and the Investments Committee as well as the Commission.
Babou Sene, Vice-Chair of the Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions (ACABQ), who introduced its related report on the pattern of conferences, recommended that the General Assembly ask the Secretary?General to propose an immediate solution to address the poor conditions at the Nairobi conference facility.
Carlos Ruiz Massieu, Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions (ACABQ), introducing its related report, said information in the Secretary?Generals report remains general in nature and that hopefully full details will be forthcoming.
The Group was seriously concerned about the Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions (ACABQ) unjustified recommendations for resource reductions on elements essential for mandate delivery related to training for staff, consultancies, air travel and maintenance of facilities and infrastructure, which followed an already deep resource adjustment by the Mechanism, he said.
The 2018/19 proposed budget also included a revised concept of operations for strategic deployment stocks pursuant to the recommendations of the Office of Internal Oversight Services (OIOS) as well as the Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions (ACABQ).
Babou Sene, Vice-Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions (ACABQ), presented its related report, noting that based on certain criteria and assumptions, the potential financial implications of a $1 increase to the current reimbursement rate would amount to about $1 million annually.