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United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) (1943-1946) Series
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Executive Office - Office of Far Eastern Affairs - Executive Office - Report

In accordance with a resolution adopted by the Central Committee on 8 April 1948, the office of Director-General of UNRRA was abolished effective 30 September 1948 and was replaced by the new office of the Administrator for Liquidation. The Controller of UNRRA was appointed to the post and assumed responsibility for administering the remaining organization and for closing its accounts and liquidating its affairs. He served until 31 March 1949, at which time all remaining functions were turned over to the United Nations as provided in an agreement between the two organizations approved by the General Assembly in October 1948 (Doc. A/665, 6 October 1948).

Executive Office - Office of Administrator for Liquidation - Financial Ledgers

In accordance with a resolution adopted by the Central Committee on 8 April 1948, the office of Director-General of UNRRA was abolished effective 30 September 1948 and was replaced by the new office of the Administrator for Liquidation. The Controller of UNRRA was appointed to the post and assumed responsibility for administering the remaining organization and for closing its accounts and liquidating its affairs. He served until 31 March 1949, at which time all remaining functions were turned over to the United Nations as provided in an agreement between the two organizations approved by the General Assembly in October 1948 (Doc. A/665, 6 October 1948).

Executive Offices - Office of the Economic Adviser - Subject Files

Attached to the Office of the Director-General was a small staff of advisers in special fields, among them the "Financial Adviser". In the summer of 1946 the title of Financial Adviser was changed to "Economic Adviser".
Responsibilities of this Office included the following:
Analyzing and advising on the ability to pay of relief recipient countries.
Keeping informed on the economic and financial developments in recipient countries.
Advising the Administration with respect to the broad policies or the conditions of use of the Administration's financial resources.
Outlining the Administration's policy with respect to the economic and financial aspects of the distribution of supplies in recipient countries.
Advising the Administration concerning the economic sections of other international organizations and performing liaison with such agencies where appropriate.

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