The functional description of records in AG-069 is based on the retention schedule of the Executive Office of the Secretary-General (EOSG), dated 2011. AG-069 consists of: AG-069-001 - Office of the Deputy Secretary-General S-1893 - Deputy Secretary-General Asha-Rose Migiro's Activities S-1894 - Deputy Secretary-General Asha-Rose Migiro's Trips S-1944 - Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson's Trips S-1945 - Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson's Activities AG-069-002 Office of the Chef de Cabinet S-1941 - Chef de Cabinet Vijay Nambiar's Activities (2007-2012) S-1954 - Chef de Cabinet Susana Malcorra's Activities (2012-2015) AG-069-003 - Executive Office of the Secretary-General (EOSG) S-1942 - Secretary-General's Trips S-1943 - Secretary-General's Activities S-1948 - Personnel (2007-2015) S-1951 - Secretary General Personal S-1953 - Secretariat Departments (2007-2010) S-1955 - Issues (2007-2010) S-1956 - External Relations (2007-2010) S-1957 - Inter-Agency Relations (2007-2010) S-1959 - Executive Office of the Secretary-General (ESOG) - Central Files (2011-2016)Secretary-General - Ban Ki-moon
The function description of records in AG-069-001 is derived from EOSG002 of the retention schedule of the Executive Office of the Secretary-General (EOSG), dated 2011. The sub-fond contains records such as correspondence; reports; statements; speeches; agendas; minutes and notes of meetings; invitations to events, conferences, and meetings; talking points; and trip books and itineraries. AG-069-001 contains the following series: S-1893 - Deputy Secretary-General Asha-Rose Migiro's Activities S-1894 - Deputy Secretary-General Asha-Rose Migiro's Trips S-1944 - Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson's Trips S-1945 - Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson's ActivitiesOffice of the Deputy Secretary-General
"Series 1893 contains records detailing the daily activities of the Deputy Secretary-General and primarily consists of correspondence, invitations, congratulatory letters and chronological files. Asha-Rose Migiro assumed the Office of the Deputy Secretary-General (ODSG) on 5 February 2007 and concluded her tenure on 1 July 2012. Her chronological files consist of 49 boxes. These records provide a detailed record of Ms. Migiro's work and activities, spanning 2007-2012. The files contain information about the crisis in Syria (2011); the conflict in Sudan; the Egyptian Revolution (2011); the earthquakes in Chile and Haiti (2011); women's rights, particularly violence against women; the HIV/AIDS crisis; Iran's nuclear programme; the Israeli-Palestinian peace process; education initiatives; and climate change. There are also records pertaining to meetings of the Policy Committee, Management Committee, Security Council and the Steering Committee. In addition, there are background notes on topics of importance; programme materials for summits and conferences; briefing notes for meetings with commissioners, ministers and government officials; personnel records; planning and strategy documents for current and future UN initiatives, including the Secretary-General's Global Initiative on Education and Umoja ; and copies of notes to the Secretary-General about Ms. Migiro's meetings and travels. The chronological files also contain travel itineraries; copies of Ms. Migiro's speeches; talking points on various topics; and Q & A reference documents. There are occasional reference copies of correspondence between Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and various government officials, as well as drafts of letters for the Secretary-General's approval and signature. S-1893 also contains three boxes of congratulatory letters sent to Dr. Asha-Rose Migiro following her appointment as Deputy Secretary-General in February 2007 from world leaders, diplomats and ministers. Ms. Migiro's corresponding thank-you letters are included. In addition, there are six boxes of invitations, dating from 2007-2008, to attend conferences, summits and events, some focused on women's rights, Africa, poverty, climate change and education initiatives. Other invitations are contained in the chronological files. Additional information about the various conferences may be found in Series 1894 (Trips). S-1893 also contains three boxes of records pertaining to the High-Level Event (HLE) on Millennium Development Goals (MDG) held at United Nations Headquarters in New York on 25 September 2008. These records include invitations to Member States, non-governmental Organizations (NGOs), and individuals in the private sector. Other records include programmes for the event and partnership events; briefings of planning meetings; and invitations for the related High-Level Meeting on Africa's Development Needs, held on 22 September 2008. Volume: 60 boxes"