In 2005, GAO raised long-standing concerns that the ability of the UN's Office of Internal Oversight Services (OIOS) to carry out its mandate was constrained in scope and authority, and in 2006, GAO found that funding arrangements impeded OIOS's ability to operate independently.
What does OIOS stand for?
OIOS stands for Office of Internal Oversight Services (United Nations)
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- Occupational and Industrial Orthopaedic Center (New York University; New York, NY)
- Office of Intelligence and Operations Coordination (CBP/DHS US Border Patrol)
- Oriental and India Office Collections (British Libraries)
- Oriental and India Office Collections (British Library)
- Oddzial Intensywnej Opieki Medycznej (Polish hospitals casualty and emergency department)
- Oxfordshire Investment Opportunity Network Ltd. (UK)
- One India One People Foundation (Mumbai, India)
- Observatoire International des Prisons (France)
- Odyssey Investment Partners (Delaware)
- Office and Industrial Park
- Office of Information and Privacy (US DOJ)
- Office of Infrastructure Protection (US DHS)
- Office of Institutional Planning (various locations)
- Office of International Partnerships
- Office of International Programs
- Office of the Iraq Programme
- Ohio Innocence Project (criminal justice)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The UN Office of Internal Oversight Services (OIOS) yesterday brought together representatives from various organizations around the world for a two-day conference aimed at strengthening the role of internal investigations in combating corruption.
Office of Internal Oversight Services General Assembly Resolution 48/218B stated that the purpose of the Office of Internal Oversight Services (OIOS) was to "assist the SecretaryGeneral in fulfilling his internal oversight responsibilities in respect of the resources and staff of the Organization" through monitoring, internal audit, inspection, evaluation, and investigation.
And, fortunately, there is an in-house wing of the United Nations tasked with rooting out inefficiency and corruption in its many departments, and that is the Office of Internal Oversight Services (OIOS).
Annan has instructed the Office of Internal Oversight Services, the UN watchdog, 'to look into exactly what happened ten years ago', Eckhard said.