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Administration and Finance

Series consists of records pertaining to administration and finance of the United Nations. Contained in the series are records related to the recruitment of personnel, job applications and records associated with the employment application process. Personnel files also contain records pertaining to current staff of the Executive Office of the Secretary-General (EOSG) and current personnel in United Nations offices and departments; reappointment, promotion, status and retirement of personnel; assignment of personnel to missions and United Nations organs; evaluations of employee performance; termination and extension of personnel contracts; and complaints of employees. Personnel files also include letters to of appreciation of service from the Secretary-General. Also contained in the series are files pertaining to the safety and security of international civil servants, which contain records pertaining to security standards practiced by United Nations missions and field operations; legal protection of United Nations and associated personnel; and incidents of hostility and violence enacted against United Nations and associated personnel, such as death threats, kidnappings, physical assault and theft. Files in the series pertaining to the Office of the United Nations Security Coordinator (UNSECOORD) concern the implementation of the United Nations Security Management System and the planning, clearance and assessment of security for United Nations and associated personnel. Files in the series which concern security contain records pertaining to the bombing of the United Nations Office in Baghdad on 19 August 2003 and which document the response of the United Nations to the attack; concern victims of the attack, such as Sergio Vieira de Mello and Nadia Younes; and pertain to United Nations commemorative events held in remembrance of the tragedy. Series also contains records pertaining to the financial crisis of the United Nations, including daily reports of the financial situation of the organization; records concerning the debt of member states and overdue payments received from member states; and documents proposing measures to improve the financial condition of the organization. Records consist of correspondence, resumes, employment application forms, reports, notes, code cables and faxes.

Administration issues - Personnel - subject files

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, reports and United Nations documents relating to personnel and staff matters at headquarters and overseas. Subject categories relate to employment applications and appointments, employee terminations with special circumstances leading to departmental investigations, staff housing, intern programs, staff missing in action, pension plan, Personnel Selection Committee reports, and salaries and contracts. Correspondents include Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold; Leo Malania, Executive Assistant to the Executive Assistant to the Secretary-General; D.B. Vaughan, Under-Secretary and Director of General Services; and W. Stoneman, Special Advisor to the Secretary-Genera.

Accession numbers: A/384, 62/1104, A/399, 63/431, A/212, 62/1106, A/211, 62/1107, A/85, A/498, 74/19.

Administrative

Administrative history: The Registry Section was established ca. 1954; the system was discontinued in 1979, after the decision to move to a decentralized records management system. Function was the centralization of Secretariat recordkeeping in one large classification system. Predecessor was Central Registry Section. Succeeded by decentralized recordkeeping by departments in consultation with the Archives Section's records management programme.

Series consists of the Registry Section's files relating to administrative matters. Arranged numerically according to filing plan, and therein chronologically.

Administrative

Series consists of meeting minutes and verbatim reports of the General Assembly, correspondence, cables, memoranda, reports and itineraries related to subcommittee hearings, draft of mandate report, interviews, surveys, petitions, maps, and charts.

Subjects include but are not limited to the following: meetings of General Assembly (Jerusalem, Lebanon, Geneva, and Lake Success, NY); recommendations for Jerusalem; legal aspects of partition; Jewish and Arab organizations and individuals; demographics of Palestine; displaced persons; and Jewish immigration.

Correspondents include Dr. Chaim Weizmann; Max Seligman; Judge Emil Sondstroem; Aubrey S. Eban and Victor Chi-Tsai Hoo.

Administrative Files

United Nations Commission for Eritrea

Series consists of correspondence, memoranda, cables, telegrams, handwritten documents, notes, agreements, reports, tables, personnel action forms, letters of appointment, itineraries, and shipping authorizations. Subjects include but are not limited to the following: administration; personnel; travel arrangements; visits; rights negotiations for photographs; work programmes; hearings; and demographics. Correspondents include Petrus J. Schmidt, Principal Secretary, UN Commission for Eritrea; Graham Lucas, Secretary, UN Commission for Eritrea; P.E.A. Poullain, Assitant Secretary, UN Commission for Eritrea; and Kamil Tooni, Administrative Officer, UN Commission for Eritea.

Administrative Files

Series documents the administrative aspects of the Secretary-General's responsibilities. The administrative filing system was arranged into the following broad functional areas: organization, general administration (SG's annual reports, departments, UNOG, meetings, public relations, etc.), buildings, finance and budget, and personnel (staff associations, Soviet and Chinese staff case files, top echelon posts, etc.). Correspondents are primarily senior staff and some member state representatives. Arranged in functional categories; please note that the last boxes of the series had been separated from the filing system so appear out of sequence.
Variations in title: Previously called "Administrative matters"
Source of title: Title based on function (and taken from previous finding aid).

Administrative Files

Series included the following sub-series - (0) Field Service; (1) Field Operations Service; (2) Field Operations Division; (3) Office for field Operational Extenal Support Activities

Due to the EAD Project, the series has been split into different series (S-1673 to S-1684) (RD 18/08/09).

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