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GFSS by Mind Map: GFSS

1. Core Objectives

1.1. Expedite and improve service delivery to the field;

1.2. Improve support to peacekeeping and peacemaking mandate delivery;

1.3. Strengthen resource stewardship, efficiencies and economies of scale;

1.4. Improve staff safety, security and quality of life

1.5. Strengthen accountability.

2. Global service-delivery model

2.1. HQ

2.2. GSC & RSCE

2.3. Field Mission

3. Components / Pillars

3.1. Human Resources

3.2. Finance

3.3. Modularization /Supply Chain Management

3.4. Service Centres

4. Support

4.1. Component

4.1.1. HR Integrated Human Resources Framework Workforce planning Recruitment and placement Succession management Conditions of service Business intellegence Customer service integration and modular service delivery

4.1.2. Procurement

4.1.3. Administrative/general management

4.1.4. IT

4.1.5. Communication

4.1.6. Logistics

4.1.7. Finance

4.2. Challenge

4.2.1. Mission mandates must be informed by support needs and capabilities

4.2.2. Availability of sufficient financial resources for initial mission deployment

4.2.3. Capacity of the UN to deploy civilian/military/police personnel rapidly and effectively Delivery of material resources Personnel Support for military and police deployments Safety and security of staff Improved support for peacekeeping transition and exit strategies Optimizing the use of global resources Partnerships with regional organizations

4.3. Benefit

4.3.1. Quality of support services for field missions

4.3.2. Rapid deployment

4.3.3. Efficient use of global resources for field missions

4.3.4. Staff involved in support activities

5. History

6. Implementation and Coordination Team

6.1. Responsibilities

7. Linked closely to other reform efforts

7.1. "New Horizon" peacekeeping reform initiative

7.2. Umoja, the enterprise resource planning project

7.3. IPSAS, International public sector accounting standards

7.4. Inspira, human resource reform