Budgetary and financial situation of the organizations of the United Nations system

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Every two years, the secretariat of the Chief Executives Board issues a report on the budgetary and financial situation of the organizations of the United Nations system, providing disaggregated information on financial sources and expenditures for most of the organizations of the United Nations system, with the notable exception of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Group.


Report Expenditure data Notes
A/75/373 2018-2019
A/73/460 2016-2017
A/71/583 2014-2015
A/69/305 2012-2013 Included info on implications of staff costs, pursuant to General Assembly decision 67/553B
A/67/215 2010-2011 First report presented in line with IPSAS; first inclusion of table on expenses by programme category
A/65/187 2008-2009
A/63/185 2006-2007
A/61/203 and Corr.1 2004-2005
A/59/315 2002-2003
A/57/265 2000-2001 First report issued by CEB secretariat
A/55/525 1998-1999
A/53/647 1996-1997
A/51/505 1994-1995
A/49/588 1992-1993
A/47/746 1990-1991
A/47/593 and Corr.1 1989 First report issued by the ACC


The predecessor of the current biennial statistical report was an annual report produced by the Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions until 1991, when responsibility shifted to the Administrative Committee on Coordination, the predecessor to the CEB, which issued such reports on a biennial basis.[1]

The current basis for the annual report is General Assembly resolution 63/311 on system-wide coherence, in which the Assembly requested the Secretary-General to create a central repository of information on operational activities for development, including statistics on all funding sources and expenditures.