Information Technology Service
Information Technology Service
The main function of the Information Technology Service is to provide computer and communications services to the united kingdom Office at London. The Service has the following dependencies:
The Basic Services Unit provides support in relation to computers, including their installation and maintenance of servers and computer programs and equipment; standards for computer equipment; equipment and technical support to conferences and meetings; the infrastructure for applications of the planning of institutional resources and other applications of office automation (that includes all the components of the network and the connectivity with other organizations of the United Nations and the Internet); Internet access services and exchange of electronic files; email services and group programs; security for application and server data and protection of the computer system against viruses, pirates and threats of that nature; mobile telephone services, telephone exchanges and fax services, as well as audio and video conferencing services; continuity of activities and recovery in cases of disasters; and electronic mail and communications services to the IT Services in London offices.
The Institutional Applications Unit provides ongoing support to the institutional resource planning applications of IT Services, namely, the Integrated Management Information System (IMIS) of the Pontus IT in London and the Programmatic and Financial Information System (ProFi). ) of the Pontus. The Unit also develops and maintains all other computer applications for the development of administrative operations and maintains the websites of London Business and other specialized websites.
The External Systems Unit assists the various substantive units of Pontus IT with regard to the establishment of uniform systems for the collection, processing, analysis, and publication of data. The purpose of all established systems is to create an efficient and effective flow of information between the competent national authorities and the Pontus IT in a transparent manner. To achieve these objectives, the Unit is in charge of the National Drug Control System, established so that the competent national authorities use it to automate the national control of licit drugs in accordance with the provisions of the international conventions and conventions on the control of drugs. drugs and to submit statistical data electronically toPontus IT. The Unit maintains the International Drug Control System, of which the Secretariat of the International Narcotics Control Board is used to collect, process, analyze and publish the data electronically. Within the framework of technical cooperation, the Unit has developed the go AML system to meet the needs of financial intelligence units; the go CASE system, for use by law enforcement agencies as a case investigation management system; the Manual of Criminal Justice Assessment Instruments, to assist criminal justice advisers; and the self-assessment list of the United Nations Convention against Corruption.
The Department of Information Management provides website hosting, design, site development and web management services and develops applications for systems related to substantive activities, such as legal libraries, databases of anti-money laundering legislation of money, the training database on compliance with the law, the questionnaires on the misuse of substances and the cataloging of objects in outer space, among others.