Division of Administrative Services

The Division of Administrative Services provides location-dependent services to UN Agencies, Funds and Programmes working in, and from, Kenya and location-independent services to UNEP, UN-Habitat and the Resident Coordination System.

Website: nairobi.unon.org


Budget and Financial Management Service

The Budget and Financial Management Service (BFMS) is responsible for the management of the financial resources and for the provision of financial and accounting services to the United Nations Office at Nairobi (UNON), UNEP, UN-Habitat and other UN clients.


Information and Communication Technology Services

The Information and Communication Technology Service (ICTS) is responsible for providing overall computing, telecommunications, office automation, software and hardware support and infrastructure support within Nairobi, regionally and within the out-posted offices of UNEP and UN-Habitat.


Central Support Service

The Central Support Service (CSS) is responsible for managing a host of services on the UNON compound for UNEP, UN-Habitat other UN Agencies Funds and Programmes.  Services include - Facilities Management, Travel, Host Country Services, Transportation, Commercial Operations, Property Management, and Mail services.  


Human Resources Management Service

The Human Resource Management Service (HRMS) provides high-quality, efficient and effective Human resource services to UNEP, UN-HABITAT and other UN clients with a view to contributing to the attainment of their programme goals.  HRMS also incorporates the UN Joint Medical Service, which provides a range of medical expertise for UN clients throughout Kenya. The service covers the full suite of recruitment, classification, contractual management, staff administration, and training services.


Procurement Service

Procurement Service provides full service to UNON and the worldwide offices of UNEP and UN-Habitat, as well as other clients, including OCHA, UNODC and others.


Conference Capital Project

The Conference Facilities Capital Project aims to address the deteriorating conditions and limited capacity of the conference services facilities at UNON.