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(26) At their 66th session (March and March-April 1987), the CCAQ (PER) and the CCAQ (FB) considered an ITU request to continue the cost-sharing agreement agreed upon for the Secretary General of FICSA (see supra, item 26) for an additional year, the same agent who had been elected President of the Federation. Within the CcAQ (PER), which concluded that the agreement was continued, differing policy positions were expressed, but, given the financial difficulties faced by the organizations, they should be limited to the cost of replacing laid-off staff (ACC/1987-4, at para. 4 and 5). Reservations were also expressed in the ccAQ (FB) which approved the agreement, as its agreement does not imply commitment to similar proposals in the future (ACC/1987/6, point 47). (100) At its twenty-second session (CEB/2011/HLCM/HR/19, para. 18 to 22), the HR network concluded that it supported the document containing its concerns and that all organizations would pay their taxes. However, the cost-sharing formula for the next Biennale is to be discussed in September, in time for the new budget cycles. The network agreed to discuss not only the cost-sharing mechanism for wage investigations, but also all cost-sharing activities and what to do with organizations that cannot pay their share. A Cost Contribution Agreement (CCA) is a framework agreed upon by companies to share the costs and risks associated with the development, manufacture or acquisition of assets, services or rights and to determine the nature and extent of each participant`s interest in those assets, services or rights. (18) At the 56th session (March 1982), the CCAQ (FB) was informed that, in the circumstances of the release agency, the CCAQ (PER) had accepted the idea of allocating the replacement costs of the FICSA Secretary General among the organizations.

it had also been considered that this scheme could be extended to the president`s replacement fee. The CCAQ (FB) was asked to develop an appropriate cost-sharing formula and to review practical procedures. CcAQ (FB) considered that in future such proposals should be submitted in advance in the form of budget advances. The emphasis on the exceptional nature of the measure it has proposed to limit to the case of the Secretary-General, while the organization of the President`s release is excluded from participation in the distribution of costs. He asked the CCAQ SECRETARIAT to determine the percentage of other organizations based on CCAQ staff statistics; On this basis, the Secretary-General`s release agency is expected to move to a single settlement of accounts during the year (ACC/1982/6, para. 7 to 10). (In the event that the resignation of the Secretary-General does not necessity the implementation of these measures.) (87) At its July 2005 meeting (CEB/2005/HLCM/26, para. 48 to 57), the FB network reviewed the results and analyses of a survey of United Nations security expenditures launched in March 2005 in response to Resolution A/RES/59/276.

The objective of the survey was to collect comprehensive data on security-related expenditures and to highlight all methodological issues related to the identification and presentation of this data.

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