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Unodc united nations office on drugs and crime

UNODC (United Nations Office onDrugs and Crime)

Gert Eidherr

Global Project Manager, ITS

Information Technology Service

United Nations Office at Vienna

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime


Unodc substantive applications

UNODC Substantive Applications

  • NDS (National Drug Control System)

  • PEN Online (Precursor Export Notifications)

  • GoAML (Anti Money Laundering System)

  • GoCase

  • CJAT (Criminal Justice Assessment Toolkit)

  • UNTOC / UNCAC Tools


What is nds

What is NDS?

  • A Management Information System (MIS) for national and international drug control

  • Automates range of day-to-day drug control activities (import/export permits, licensing of companies, domestic transactions, company management)

  • Automates compliance with drug control conventions on narcotics, psychotropic substances and precursor chemicals

  • Enables exchange of data electronically on national and international levels and fosters interoperability between different systems using XML standard -PEN system


Who should use nds

Who Should Use NDS?

  • Drug control authorities regulating narcotics, psychotropic substances, precursor chemicals

  • Drug control authorities that deal with sufficient numbers of transactions per year

  • Drug control authorities that have the technical infrastructure and commitment to sustain the use of NDS

    OR

    Who can partner with other bodies which provide regional services over the Internet


Nds global

NDS Global


Nds statistics global

NDS Statistics - global

  • 50 countries working with/requested NDS

  • 32 countries now in production

  • 40 countries in production by end 2007

  • 60 target countries


New features in nds 6

New features in NDS 6

  • Bi-monthly Assessments / Estimates provided from INCB can be automatically loaded into NDS to track country quotas

  • Easy customizable domestic import/export and license permits

  • Redesigned domestic management module (domestic sales, purchases, manufactures, stocks, inventory)

  • Enhanced reporting features to easily track data/prepare reports

  • Automatic Excel file generation and use of Pivot feature for data analysis

  • Increased user friendliness (enhancement of user interface according to feedback from countries)


New features in nds 61

New features in NDS 6

  • Enables exchange of data electronically on national and international levels and fosters interoperability between different systems using XML standard

  • Integration with other online systems (e.g., Precursor Pre-Export Notification System PEN Online)

  • Special module for online entry of endorsements (e.g., customs offices can remotely enter information regarding imports/exports; ensures accuracy of data and prohibits abuse, e.g., double/triple use of permits; Mexico pioneered this feature. Also used in Central Asian countries

  • MyNDS - Open system allowing integratìon with other systems and building of extensions (e.g., Excel processor – custom application built for Switzerland)


Why nds

Why NDS?

  • NDS is a standard system that is now recognized worldwide

  • NDS can be used via the Internet

  • NDS combines the control of narcotics, psychotropic substances and precursor chemicals in one system

  • NDS combines national and international drug control in one system

  • NDS permits data exchange from/to INCB and between member states using XML (e.g. assessment/estimates, PEN Online)


Why nds1

Why NDS?

  • NDS enables the monitoring of nationally controlled substances.

  • NDS is customizable to your national needs, including the data to be entered

  • NDS is available in English, Spanish, French (Portuguese, Russian) and supports 80 other national languages

  • NDS is regularly updated in accordance with changing user requirements (5th User Group Meeting 2003 sponsored by Canada, February 2006 – expert group meeting, upcoming 6th user group meeting in May 2007 - Mexico) and changes in international drug control regimes


Nds 6 sophisticated reporting

NDS 6 – Sophisticated Reporting


Nds 6 import export redesigned linkage with pen

NDS 6 – Import/Export redesigned – linkage with PEN


Customization import export

Customization (Import Export)


Unodc s commitment

UNODC’s Commitment

  • United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) is committed to NDS

  • Currently 4 NDS staff (2 in Vienna, 1 in Uzbekistan, 1 in Mexico)

  • Cooperation with OAS / CICAD

  • Attain full operational status with current users of NDS


What does the un provide

What does the UN provide?

  • NDS software free of charge

  • Installation of NDS and on-site training

  • Customization of NDS according to your national standards

  • Assistance in migrating your existing data to NDS

  • Support in using NDS

  • NDS website http://nds.unodc.org

  • GotoAssist Remote support http://www.gotoassist.com/ph/unitednations

  • SLAs (Service level agreements) to ensure immediate response and guarantee of service


Funding future of nds

Funding – Future of NDS

  • Developed countries per travel and UN per diem costs

  • Remote Support provided free of charge for developed and developing countries

  • Onsite support – developed countries per travel UN per diem

  • SLAs (Service level agreements) to ensure immediate response and guarantee of service

  • UNODC is committed to NDS

  • To ensure NDS will remain an useful application it will require continuous updates

  • Special enhancements are built upon request and contracts (e.g. Excel-processor for Switzerland)Enhancements up to date funded out of UN funds


Thank you questions

Thank You – Questions?


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