S.1383 - United Nations Management, Personnel, and Policy Reform Act of 2005

A bill to seek urgent and essential institutional reform at the United Nations. view all titles (2)

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  • Short: United Nations Management, Personnel, and Policy Reform Act of 2005 as introduced.
  • Official: A bill to seek urgent and essential institutional reform at the United Nations. as introduced.

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Official Summary

United Nations Management, Personnel, and Policy Reform Act of 2005 - Expresses the sense of Congress and sets forth congressional findings concerning the United Nations' need to: (1) institute effective management techniques and procurement procedures; (2) develop a uniformly professi

Official Summary

United Nations Management, Personnel, and Policy Reform Act of 2005 - Expresses the sense of Congress and sets forth congressional findings concerning the United Nations' need to:
(1) institute effective management techniques and procurement procedures;
(2) develop a uniformly professional international civil service;
(3) improve budgeting procedures;
(4) improve peacekeeping forces;
(5) reorient and streamline human rights mechanisms; and
(6) strengthen the independence of the Office of Internal Oversight Services, protect whistleblowers, and create a mechanism to oversee auditing and to track management and personnel reforms. Requires the President to report annually to the appropriate congressional committees on U.N. reforms. Authorizes the President to withhold 50% of U.S. annual contributions if the United Nations is not making sufficient progress in implementing such reforms.

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