The Seventh Partnership for Technology in Peacekeeping International Symposium was held last week in Kathmandu, Nepal, by the Department of Operational Support (DOS) and the Office of Information and Communications Technology (OICT). It was hosted in cooperation with the Government of Nepal and the Department of Peace Operations (DPO).
CITO's Year-end Message
The United Nations Geospatial Team is creating maps on each of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. The above map on SDG 13 demonstrates the global increase of land temperature in 2022 compared to earlier period. As an example of changing climate patterns, the map shows data on the increase of intensity of hurricanes over North America, disaggregated by geographic location and in time.
OICT recently redesigned the UN Careers Portal website to attract and showcase a diverse and inclusive workforce. Learn more about the new features in this #DigitalUnite video, featuring Suzanne Shanahan, Chief, Enterprise Application Centre – Americas, OICT.
The Department of Operational Support (DOS) and the Office of Information and Communications Technology (OICT), in cooperation with the Government of Nepal, will host the 7th Partnership for Technology in Peacekeeping International Symposium in Kathmandu, Nepal (13-16 June).
The United Nations Digital and Technology Network met in May in Washington, D.C. to discuss hot technology topics among UN System Chief Information Officers.
The Office of Information and Communications Technology (OICT) is leading the digital transformation of the Organization to enable a better, safer, more sustainable future through secure, reliable, and innovative technology solutions. OICT is committed to achieving 50/50 gender balance and geographical diversity in its staff, and female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply for OICT positions. OICT supports the principles of work-life balance and flexible work arrangements.