Policy on Personnel: Non-Staff

Resource date: 2021

Individual Consultants

The purpose of this policy is to set out the conditions and procedures for contracting the temporary services of individuals as international and local consultants at all UNFPA locations, and designating the officials responsible for approving such contracts.

General Terms and Conditions of Individual Consultant Contracts

This document outlines the general terms and conditions for individual consultant contracts.

Internships 

Policy outlining the objective, selection and procedures for sourcing interns.  UNFPA  currently follows the UNDP Internship Policy

Policy on Service Contracts 

Service Contracts (SCs) are a decentralized instrument for contracting individuals in UNFPA regional, subregional and country offices. This policy outlines the appropriate and inappropriate use of SCs, selection and contracting procedure and performance evaluation, and related conditions. 

Regulations Governing the Status, Basic Rights and Duties of Officials other than Secretariat Officials, and Experts on Mission

Secretary-General Bulletin on regulations governing the status, basic rights and duties of officials other than Secretariat Officials and Experts on Mission

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