The Publications of the United Nations Public Administration Programme USB e-Library was produced under the leadership of Haiyan Qian, Director of the Division for Public Administration and Development Management (DPADM) of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), and within the UNPAN Management Unit (UMU) and Office of the Director (OD) in DPADM. Deniz Susar of the UNPAN Management Unit (UMU/DPADM) oversaw the project and provided crucial feedback and support. Nathan Henninger of UMU/DPADM conceptualized, organized and coordinated the Publications of the United Nations Public Administration Programme USB e-Library in collaboration with the DPI Graphics Design Unit, a Division of the United Nations Department of Public Information.
The DPI GDU team, including Ziad Al-Kadri, Chief, Marko Srdanovic and Martin Samaan were all instrumental in the design, development and production of the Publications of the United Nations Public Administration Programme USB e-Library. Candace Marie Charbonné of UMU/DPADM provided content for the UNPAN section. Michelle Alves de Lima-Miller of UMU/DPADM provided content for the UNPAN Online Training Centre and UNPACS sections. Yeasin Arafat of UMU/DPADM provided the list of DPADM Publication archives. Lindsey Thoeng, of United Nations Publications, provided content for the UN Publications section. From the Office of the Director of DPADM, Wai Min Kwok, Yu Jung Kim, Silvia Schwarz, David Lung'aho and Adriana Ribeiro edited content and provided valuable support and feedback in the development and finalization of the project. The Publications of the United Nations Public Administration Programme USB e-Library template and pages were designed and implemented by Marko Srdanovic.
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