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Project ID:00073294Description:PNG W2: 5 Change Management
PNG UN Country Fund
Start Date *: 14 Dec 2009
Change Management
End Date*: 31 Dec 2012
Country: Papua New Guinea Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   UNDP - UNDP(MDTF/PUNO only).

Window 2: Strategic Support

Strategic support functions are defined as all non-programmatic interventions aimed at delivering UN Programmes efficiently and effectively. This window reflects resources in support of the strategic support functions and includes change management activities associated with the transition from the agency based model to the UN System based model.

Results funded through this second window include:

   I. UN Budgetary Framework

In accordance with UNDG guidelines, a UN budgetary framework includes the following elements:

  1. UN Country Fund, including fund management mechanisms
  2. UN Resource analysis, clearly outlining core UN core contributions, UN non core contributions and remaining resource gap
  3. Joint resource mobilization strategy , focused on mobilizing resources to close the resource gap

The results included under this section focus on the management and analysis of UN resource utilization aimed to further enhance UN spending and targeting. Other results focus on the joint mobilization of the resources required to cover the resource gap.

  VI. Change management

UN Reform is about transforming the way the UN does business on a day to day basis. It includes changing the way the UN System plans, delivers, communicates and coordinates its activities. Change management focuses specifically on three key elements of change:

  • Organizational change: This focuses on the redesigning of UN roles, functions, rules and regulations (where needed) for the purpose of enhancing and maintaining effective delivery by the UN Organization. The design of integrated Task Teams and the GoPNG/UN Programme Steering Committee are examples of organizational change.
  • Process change: Process change focuses on process analysis and process re-engineering that is required to make the enhanced organizational structure work effectively. An example of process change is the Harmonized Approach to Cash Transfers (HACT) and the integrated programme development process, supporting the UN Country Programme.
  • Capacity/skill change: This focuses on how the UN System can engage in capacity development to build and maintain the internal skills and capacity required to respond to national development priorities and changed skills and capacity needs following organizational and process changes within the UN System. It uses the Joint UN Country Strategy results framework as a basis and is based on UN comparative advantage. An example of capacity skills change includes the UN capacity assessment, which would assess the type of capacity the UN system needs in the changing aid environment and how the UN can develop the requisite capacity to meet this demand.


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If you have questions about this programme you may wish to contact the RC office in Papua New Guinea or the lead agency for the programme.

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