United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) is a global leader in the fight against illicit drugs and international crime. Established in 1997 through a merger between the United Nations Drug Control Programme and the Centre for International Crime Prevention, UNODC operates in all regions of the world through an extensive network of field offices. UNODC relies on voluntary contributions, mainly from Governments, for 90 per cent of its budget.
UNODC is mandated to assist Member States in their struggle against illicit drugs, crime and terrorism. In the Millennium Declaration, Member States also resolved to intensify efforts to fight transnational crime in all its dimensions, to redouble the efforts to implement the commitment to counter the world drug problem and to take concerted action against international terrorism.
Enterprise Applications Centre Vienna
The United Nations Enterprise Applications Centre Vienna (EAC-VN) has developed a suite of innovative, comprehensive and cost effective solutions for Member States, significantly strengthening and expanding Member State capacity to deliver on their respective mandates, such as drug control, statistical reporting and monitoring, criminal justice reform, countering money laundering, and prevention of terrorism.
Software Products for Member States
The Software Products for Member States (SPMS) team is responsible for the development of sustainable and affordable IT solutions and making these solutions available to key government institutions of Member States including legal affairs, trade, and development, human settlements, human rights, protection control, and crime and terrorism prevention including countering money-laundry and corruption, for use in their local jurisdictions.
SPMS will continue to provide software products to Member States within the thematic areas of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) substantive mandates of countering corruption, illicit drugs control and transnational organized crime, as well as, support any other entities in the ICT operationalization of their mandates.