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Planning, programming, budgeting, and evaluation in the United Nations

Maurice Bertrand

Planning, programming, budgeting, and evaluation in the United Nations

by Maurice Bertrand

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Published by United Nations Association of the United States of America in New York, N.Y. (485 5th Ave., New York 10017) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United Nations -- Administration.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Maurice Bertrand.
    ContributionsUnited Nations Association of the United States of America. United Nations Management and Decision-Making Project.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination58 p. ;
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22169717M

    Output budgeting is a wide-ranging management technique introduced into the United States in the mids by Robert S. McNamara's collaborator Charles J. Hitch, not always with ready cooperation with the administrators and based on the industrial management techniques of program uently, the technique has been introduced into other countries including Canada and the UK. Description of the proposed results-based budgeting approach for the United Nations Children’s Fund, United Nation’s Development Programme and The agencies are planning to prepare and present their BSBs for the whose primary function is the development, formulation, delivery and evaluation of an organization’s programmes.

    and planning matrices. programming, systems analysis, and budgeting. information support, evaluation, and program revision. According to Hartley, the key to resolv-ing recent educational disputes has been. largely financial. Focus on programs would allow teachers, boards of education, admin-istrators, and the general public to seek. This training manual was produced under a UNFPA/UNIFEM strategic partnership aimed at developing a coordinated approach for effective technical assistance to gender-responsive budgeting (GRB). It is intended to build capacity in the application of gender budget analysis.

    Program-Planning-Budgeting System (PPBS) planningoriented approach to developing a program budget. A program budget is a budget in which expenditures are based primarily on programs of work and secondarily on character and object. It is a transitional type of budget between the traditional character and object budget, on the one hand, and the. Dear Senator Jackson: The Secretary and I appreciate this opportunity to provide you and your Subcommittee with an evaluation of the relationship between planning-programming-budgeting (PPB) and the foreign affairs decision-making process. 2 This is a subject in which I have been deeply involved since I came to the State Department almost two years ago, and many of the comments which follow.


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Planning, programming, budgeting, and evaluation in the United Nations by Maurice Bertrand Download PDF EPUB FB2

It seeks to address new directions in planning, monitoring and evaluation in the context of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) corporate strategic plan, the requirements of the UNDP evaluation policy approved by the Executive Board in and the United Nations Evaluation Group (UNEG) ‘Standards for Evaluation in the UN System.

The planning, programming, budgeting, monitoring and evaluation cycle of the United Nations has evolved over time; major resolutions on the process include General Assembly resolutions: 41/ of 19 December ; 42/ of 21 December ; 45/ of 21 December ; 58/ of 23 December ; 62/ of 22 December Author: Susan Kurtas.

Other articles where Planning, Programming, and Budgeting System is discussed: public administration: Responses to incrementalism: less successful, technique was the Planning, Programming, and Budgeting System (PPBS), introduced into the U.S.

Department of Defense in and extended to the federal budget in According to PPBS, the objectives of government. Planning, programming and budgeting process Regulation Planning, programming and budgeting process 1. The planning, programming and budgeting process shall be governed, inter alia, by the following principles: (a) Strict adherence to the principles and provisions of the Charter of the United Nations, in particular Articles 17 and 18 thereof.

Cost Recovery Policy - September This policy establishes the principles of cost recovery to ensure that regular resources do not subsidize the implementation of other resources. The policy explains the difference between direct and indirect costs, lists the indirect cost recovery rates that are applicable for different types of contributions, and discusses the types of direct costs that.

Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution This major revision, dated 23 May o Changes the title of the regulation from Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution System to Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (cover).

o Designates the Chief Information Officer, G-6; the Deputy Chief of Staff, G. Planning programming budgeting system (PPBS) definition This approach, elaborated by the RAND Corporation, USA in the middle of 60s attempted to integrate in one system the elements of planning, programming and budgeting all together and was called “planning‐programming‐budgeting.

Planning Programming Budgeting System (PPBS) An organization can be viewed in a simplified way as carrying out its functions through five basic and sequential phases: (1) planning, (2) programming, (3) budgeting, (4) operations, and (5) evaluation.

development conditions and ultimately in peoples’ lives. The United Nations Development Programme is therefore increasing its focus on results and how it can better contribute to them. To support this strategic shift toward results, UNDP needs a strong and coherent monitoring and evaluation framework that promotes learning and performance.

Group A: Planning, Programming, Budgeting System (PPBS)/Multi-year Programming Overall with Special Focus on Programming. The publications in this group provide readers with an overview and introduction (for novices) to or refresher (for experts) on -year the topic of PPBS/multi programming.

Strategic Planning Basics for Managers In all UN offices, drive and connect to the UN budgeting process, providing the inputs to the ‘regular budget’ (or ‘programme budget’) via the Strategic Framework model.

Some departments have dedicated evaluation units, which may be good resources for assistance with survey development. A central feature of the UN reform, as defined in by the UN Secretary General in his Programme for Reform, has been to “[ ] place greater emphasis on results in planning, budgeting and reporting and shifting the focus of planning, budgeting, reporting and oversight from how things are done to what is accomplished”.

The United Nations. A program budget is a framework by which the business allocates its resources to different departments and activities and manages the cash flows of the.

This paper contains extracts of a longer paper on “Planning, programming, budgeting and evaluation in the UN” written in the framework of the “United Nations management and decision making project of UNA-USA; available at UNAUSA Fifth Avenue New York NY. The planning, programming, budgeting, monitoring and evaluation cycle of the United Nations has evolved over the years; major resolutions on the process include General Assembly resolutions: 41/ of 19 December42/ of 21 Decemberand 45/ of 21 December A description of the Planning-Programming-Budgeting System (PPBS), a management tool to provide a better analytical basis for decisionmaking and for putting such decisions into operation.

A PPBS is constituted, basically, of five elements: (1) a program structure — a classification of the courses of action open to an organization for.

United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK)United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL)United Nations Mission in the Sudan (UNMIS)for planning, programming and budgeting. However it is not regarded as a managerial “A Comperative Evaluation of United Nations Peacekeeping,” articles and one book chapter, which are.

(42) At the ninth session of the FB Network (CEB//HLCM/FB/18, paras. ), A working group would be established within the FB Network with the objective of developing Terms of Reference for the analysis and proposal of options for capital budgeting solutions for UN system organizations, as a specific priority undertaking during a preparatory phase of the “budgeting practices” project.

(1) planning, (2) programming, (3) budgeting, (4) operations, and (5) evaluation. As its name indicates, PPBS is concerned with the first three of these phases.

Each of these phases consists a distinct but function in the overall conduct of the organization's affairs. Planning is an analytical activity carried out to aid in the.

Planning —Programming—Budgeting or PPB, though popular at various levels, faced several problems. A large number of local and state governments observed that the PPB could not be applied everywhere because it required trained personnel, and large number of specialists. There was dearth of these experts in many states, and local governments.Develop technical briefs and knowledge products on gender, gender-responsive urban planning and procurement, gender-responsive budgeting, monitoring and evaluation, and women’s economic empowerment related to key development issues, in consultation with UN Women, women’s machinery/SEII, and relevant ministries, UNTL, municipal authorities.Outcome-Focused Budgeting.

Consistent with the evaluation objective, government budgeting is becoming increasingly outcome focused. Fiscal austerity, coupled with intense competition for resources, has precipitated an effort to ensure a more effective use of resources at all levels of government.