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Annual update of OIG’s 2016-2017 biennial workplan - April 2017








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    Director-general's bulletin: Margarita Lizárraga Medal Award 2016-2017
    No. 2015/46
    2015
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    At its Twenty-ninth session in November 1997, the FAO Conference decided, by Resolution 18/97, that a “Margarita Lizárraga Medal” be awarded biennially by the Director-General, upon the proposal of the Council, to a person or organization that has served with distinction in the application of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries of FAO. The Award pays tribute to Ms Margarita Lizárraga, a Mexican national and an officer in the Fisheries Department at the time of her passing away in 1997, for her productive work in the field of fisheries for almost forty years, for her great dedication to FAO and for her strong commitment towards fostering the promotion of the fisheries sector, especially in developing countries, as well as for her decisive role in promoting the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries. Nominations are therefore now invited for the Margarita Lizárraga Medal Award for the biennium 2016-2017.
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    2013 Annual Report of the Inspector General to the Hundred and Fifty-fourth Session of the Finance Committee
    Rome, 26-30 May 2014
    2013
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    The report contains information on the audit, investigative and inspection work of the Office in 2013 as well as its internal management. Key areas for formal audit reviews completed in 2013 included cyclical assessments of the Organization’s decentralized field network; the decentralization and integration of emergency operations to the field offices; programme closure and immediate post-implementation phase of the Global Resource Management System IPSAS preparedness; the South-South Cooperati on programme; Headquarters infrastructures management; security over FAO's offices, personnel and property; the management of administrative services subject to internal chargeback such as temporary assistance, interpretation, translation, courier and pouch services; and internal mechanisms for audit recommendation follow-up. As in previous years, a significant portion of OIG’s activity focuses on field and emergency operations due to the significant risk exposure to the Organization.
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    2014 Annual Report of the Inspector General to the Hundred-Fifty-seventh Session of the Finance Committee
    Rome, Italy 9-13 March 2015
    2015
    The annual report provides detailed information on the results of OIG’s audits and investigation work during 2014. OIG recognizes positive measures undertaken in 2014 as part of FAO’s transformation supporting a significantly stronger results-oriented, risk conscious and accountable Organization. Further improvements to FAO’s integrity framework were made and management has been responsive to the results of investigations carried out in relation to staff and third party misconduct. Management ha ve supported a transparent approach with donors on investigations into losses on projects they have financed. At the same time OIG’s audit coverage in 2014 indicates that there remain important challenges in a number of areas that are essential for the Organization’s transformation to be sustained and greater efficiencies achieved.

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