What is goPortfolio?
goPortfolio is a set of innovative evidence-based models and software products developed by the UNODC Software Products for Member States section to help Member States strengthen their capacity to fight organized crime.
The Software Products for Member States (SPMS) section is part of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime's Information Technology Service. SPMS develops innovative software products for Member States within the thematic areas of UNODC substantive mandates: countering corruption, terrorism financing, illicit drugs control and transnational organized crime.
Upon request of Member States and in collaboration with United Nations Secretariat substantive units and user communities, UNODC SPMS develops sustainable and affordable IT solutions, and makes these solutions available to key government institutions of Member States for use in their jurisdictions under the umbrella of the digital transformation agenda of the Secretary-General. Institutions include:
- legal affairs,
- trade and development,
- human settlements,
- human rights,
- protection and assistance of refugees, and
- humanitarian assistance
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goPortfolio Products & Models
goBlockchain: helps mitigate the risks of virtual currency (VC) or crypto currency (CC) transactions; identifies concepts and mechanisms to understand VC/CC transactional activity, including (illicit) transactions in the Dark/Deep Web.
goCASE: case management system used by law enforcement and regulatory agencies to capture, store, and retrieve information.
PEN Online: pre-export notification system between Member States on shipments of chemicals used to manufacture illegal substances.
goAML: system using analytics to help Financial Intelligence Units combat crime, money laundering and terrorist financing.
NDS: national drug system that prevents controlled drugs from being illegally distributed, ensuring compliance with UN drug control standards.
ICE SECDOC: online proficiency testing in security document examination, including digital images, direct result submission, and confidential feedback.
goINTEL: strategic intelligence system for the identification, prevention, and investigation of criminal and terrorist activities.
I2ES: international import and export authorization system that improves compliance with international drug control treaties.
goPRS: public procurement review software that improves the monitoring and review of procurement, regulatory, and oversight authorities.
goATR: asset recovery system that makes asset forfeiting and recovery investigations simpler by organizing information and streamlining cases.
ICE Drugs: international collaborative exercise to help drug testing labs evaluate the efficiency of their labs and test procedures.
goIDM: an infrastructure and data centre that assists Member States to make informed decisions regarding IT infrastructure requirements.