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Mr. Warren Sach

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Assistant Secretary-General for S...

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  • first economics and development economics
    Magdalene College
  • first economics and development economics
    University College , London
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United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today announced the appointment of Warren Sach of the United Kingdom as Assistant Secretary-General for Central Support Services.
The Secretary-General recognizes Mr. Sach's dedicated service as Assistant Secretary-General and Controller.He appreciates the strong sense of commitment and professionalism shown consistently by Mr. Sach in the fulfilment of his responsibilities.
As the new Assistant Secretary-General for Central Support Services, Mr. Sach will be responsible, inter alia, for procurement, which has expanded greatly in view of the increased number of United Nations operations in many parts of the world.Mr. Sach will also continue in his role as Representative of the Secretary-General for Pension Fund investments.
Prior to his appointment as Controller in 2005, Mr. Sach served as Director and Deputy Director of the Programme Planning and Budget Division.Prior to that, he was the Chief of the Salaries and Allowance Division of the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) for seven years.From May 1979 to October 1988, he served in the Budget Division, first as a Budget Officer and later as Chief of the Data Analysis and Systems Control Unit.
From May 1974, Mr. Sach served first as a Recruitment Officer and later as a Budget Officer at United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya.He had earlier served as a Junior Professional Officer with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Kenya between October 1968 and September 1970.
Mr. Sach was born in 1946 in Essex, England.He was educated at University College, London, and Magdalene College, Cambridge, where he studied first economics and then development economics, respectively.
Introducing the overview on the financing ..., 8 May 2008 [cached]
Introducing the overview on the financing of peacekeeping operations and the proposed 2008/09 budget, Warren Sach, the United Nations Controller, told the Committee that the total United Nations peacekeeping budget level for the 2008/09 period was at $7.4 billion, including the budgets for the Support Account and the United Nations Logistics Base at Brindisi, Italy.
WARREN SACH, United Nations Controller, introduced the relevant reports of the Secretary-General.He said that, at this point, all the budget proposals, performance reports and related special reports had been produced by the Secretariat and had been translated or were in the process of translation.
Mr. SACH, United Nations Controller, then introduced the note by the Secretary-General containing his comments on the Annual Report of OIOS.
HYDERABAD: The UN is ready to ..., 22 Feb 2011 [cached]
HYDERABAD: The UN is ready to reinstate the 19 Indian firms suspended from bidding for its multi-billion dollar contracts since 2008, including Satyam Computer and the Tata group, as some of them suit the requirements best, said Warren Sach, UN assistant secretary general in the Office of Central Support Services. I don't think any Indian company has applied for reinstatement. But we would welcome applications for reinstatement from them as it adds to the competition. One thing I will point out is India being a developing country, many of its products are the appropriate technology, well-tuned to the needs, since most of our deliveries are in any case going to developing countries, Sach said.
Among them, the overwhelming majority were contracted directly by the Iraqis and around 100 of them "overlapped" with the UN list, Sach said. That led to some suspensions. No region was exempt from being identified by the Volcker commission. Out of this overlapping group, there were over a dozen companies registered in India, including Tata Group, Godrej and Boyce and Kirloskar Group . Sach said since the suspensions in 2008, the UN has started a process of reinstatement of several firms. So far, we've had five-six companies reinstated, he added. The senior UN official also said the companies indicted under the oil-for-food scandal had not been under shadow for poor performance or delayed deliveries, but mainly since they had no choice but to participate in the process if they wanted a contract. Going forward, Sach said the process towards reinstatement will involve getting certified by a third party that the company has put in place an anti-corruption programme that is high on ethics, apart from a proper governance structure. Besides the oil-for-food scandal, three other Indian companies were also suspended for violation of contracts - PCP International, Satyam and state-run telecom consultancy firm TCIL. In the case of PCP and TCIL, an Indian official on deputation to the UN, Sanjaya Bahel, was jailed for eight years for showing undue favours. In the case of Satyam, the contracts were suspended a year after founder Ramalinga Raju admitted to fraud in 2009. Satyam is now part of the Mahindra group. We are quite prepared under the new structure that they (Satyam) have to have a look at what their guarantees are and their ethical processes. We cannot discriminate against a particular company or a country of supply, said Sach. He said the agency was also encouraging more Indian companies to register with them and bid for contracts. December 2005, 1 Dec 2005 [cached]
On November 30, The New York Times reported that Warren Sach, assistant secretary-general and controller of the UN, said that Bolton's interim budget would give the UN a de?cit of $320 million in the ?rst quarter of 2006. Among the options to close the de?cit is taking money from the separate peacekeeping budget. "This place does not run on air," he lamented.
United Nations Daily Highlights, 05-05-13 [cached]
The UN Controller, Warren Sach, has
reported to the Fifth Committee on contributions by Member States to the UN Budget.
He said there was a mixed picture.The number of Member States that had paid their assessments in full by the end of 2004 had fallen to 124 from the 131 that had done so by the end of 2003.But on a more positive note, the amount unpaid for the regular budget at the end of 2004 fell from $442 million to $357 million.
By 31 January 2005, 35 Member States had paid their assessed contributions in full.
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