Organizational performance monitoring is now available in Umoja for Regular Budget operations.
module went live on 31 January 2020, allowing UN entities to record and monitor
progress towards achieving results and completing deliverables defined in their
programme plan, or the Annual Results Framework, as it is called in Umoja.
new module is part of the Strategic Management Application (SMA), a key
component of the Umoja Extension 2 “Strategic Planning, Budgeting and
Performance Management solution”.
solution is an important enabler of the management reform, to support the
Secretary-General’s vision of empowering managers and staff while increasing
transparency, and providing greater effectiveness and strengthened
accountability, thereby improving on the delivery of our mandates.
Strategic Management Application provides real-time insight into results-based
management through its ability to facilitate all Secretariat offices and
entities in planning, implementing, monitoring and reporting on programmatic
goals and deliverables.
the first time, a single, integrated solution now comprises strategy
definition, performance monitoring, and performance dashboards as an end-to-end
mechanism for the UN’s strategic planning and management.
module supports programme planning, monitoring and performance management requirements
for both peacekeeping budget (Results-Based Budgeting Framework) and for the
regular budget (Annual Results Frameworks).
support budgetary and programme reporting requirements, the SMA Performance
Monitoring module serves as a continuous assessment tool, providing programme
managers the ability to proactively track and record up-to-date progress toward
achieving results and completing deliverables.
should now leverage this tool to monitor programme delivery and resource
consumption, relative to their plans and budgets as both programmatic and
financial data are now captured in one solution, in real time.
now facilitates visibility and analysis of the alignment of financial and
physical progress, and visualizing the links between an entity’s work and the
larger mandates of the Organization. This acquires greater significance in the
current context of recurring liquidity crises, where programme delivery is
increasingly constrained by liquidity.
on all UE2 solutions, including the Performance Monitoring Application for
regular budget, is available on the iLearn
Umoja e-learning platform. Please login using Unite Identity username and
learn more about Umoja, visit https://umoja.un.org.