TitleThe need to harmonize and improve United Nations informatics systems for optimal utilization and accessibility by all States
The need to harmonize and improve UN informatics systems for optimal utilization and accessibility by all States
Reiterates once again the high priority that it attaches to easy, economical, uncomplicated and unhindered access for States Members of the UN and for observers, through, inter alia, their permanent missions, to the growing number of computerized databases and information systems and services of the UN; decides that the action programme to harmonize and improve UN informatics systems for optimal utilization and accessibility by all States should continue to be implemented from within existing resources and in full consultation with the representatives of States; requests the President of the Economic and Social Council to convene the Working Group for 1 more year, from within existing resources, for the due fulfilment of the provisions of the Council resolutions on this item and for facilitating the successful implementation of the initiatives being taken by the Secretary-General with regard to use of information technology; requests the Working Group to continue its work on an information management strategy.
In: Resolutions and decisions of the Economic and Social Council, organizational session for 1998, New York, 22 Jan. and 3 and 6 Feb. 1998; resumed organizational session for 1998, New York, 7 May 1998; substantive session of 1998, New York, 6-31 July and 5 Aug. 1998; resumed substantive session of 1998, New York, 16 Dec. 1998 - E/1998/98 - p. 60-61 - (ESCOR, 1998, Suppl. no. 1).