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Project ID:00073885Description:MOZ114 Change Management Proje
Mozambique One UN Fund
Start Date *: 31 Dec 2009
Change Management Project
End Date*: 31 Dec 2011
Country: Mozambique Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   UNDP - UNDP(MDTF/PUNO only).

Change Management


In December 2008 the UN Country Team (UNCT) in Mozambique approved the Change Management Plan as one key component of the “Delivering as One” strategy (DaO). The Change Management Plan introduced a two?year strategy to achieve controlled and sustainable organizational change for the execution of the Delivering as One agenda, and increased capacity to deliver in the selected areas of comparative advantage. The Plan included a set of activities organized into the following five areas: Building Common ICT Infrastructure and Services, Establishing Common Premises, Harmonizing Business Practices, Increasing Capacity, and Ensuring Staff Inclusion, Training and Welfare.


In 2010, the Country Team launched officially the ICT Common Data Network and Services System, in support of the Delivering as One initiative, with 13 agencies using the service.


With regards to the common premises, of the initial nine options identified in 2007, three were recommended by the UN Common Premises Task – a site belonging to the Telecomunicacoes de Mozambique, the WFP residential compound and a site next to the Maxaquene Football Ground. The Maxaquene plot was provided to the United Nations by the Municipality on a lease basis in 2009. A feasibility study conducted thereafter revealed that the plot would require some engineering solutions to improve the soil and geotechnical conditions. The site raised as well security concerns due to the high density of surrounding buildings and its location at the bottom of a hill. The site also did not match the space requirements to allow for the necessary parking for staff. The search for a space for the common premises then continues.


With a view to more effective information management and coordination of HACT activities, a new HACT database was developed in 2010. The objectives of the database have been to provide a list of all IPs that are using HACT; monitor risk ratings of IPs to determine the scope of assurance activities; Guide the need for micro assessments; guide the need for annual audits; monitor onsite reviews; and Monitor HACT trainings of IPs. A total of 13 IPs were micro?assessed in 2010. This brought the total number of micro?assessments to 156 since 2007. A HACT Macro Assessment with the revised ToR for general capacity assessment was also conducted in the year. Due to competing priorities joint on?site reviews were not carried out in the year as planned.



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