Conference Management Service (CMS)
The main function of Conference Management Service (CMS) is to provide Member States and intergovernmental bodies with the services required for the smooth functioning of meetings.
The services provided include:
- Planning and organizing meetings in Vienna and throughout the world in cooperation with substantive secretariats of the United Nations Office at Vienna, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, the United Nations Industrial Development Organization and the Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization
- Providing simultaneous interpretation during the intergovernmental meetings and expert group meetings of those organizations and during the meetings of the International Atomic Energy Agency in the six official languages of the United Nations (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish)
- Organizing meeting room facilities in the Vienna International Centre and at other locations
- Editing, translating, formatting, designing, printing and distributing official documents and publications in the six official languages of the United Nations
For more information on conferences and meetings serviced by CMS, click here.
Conference Management Service
- Interpretation Section
- Planning, Coordination and Meetings Section
- Documents Management Unit
- Meetings Management Unit
- Reproduction and Distribution Unit
- English, Publishing and Library Section
- Editorial Control Unit
- Electronic Publishing Unit
- English Translation and Text Processing Unit
- United Nations Library - Vienna
- Translation and Text Processing Sections
Environmental Policy Statement
The Conference Management Service of the United Nations Office at Vienna (UNOV/CMS) and the International Atomic Energy Agency’s Division of Conference and Document Services (IAEA/MTCD) recognize the environmental impact of our operations, our obligation to monitor it and, wherever possible, endeavour to reduce it. To this end, we are committed to improving the sustainability of our work, raising awareness and promoting decisions that will lead to environmentally sustainable practices.
We recognize that environmental management is a continuous process and are aware of the need to maintain that process in the future.
As part of this ongoing process, as well as complying with the legal requirements related to the environmental aspects registered in the system, we aim to:
- Reduce the use of natural resources;
- Reduce electricity consumption;
- Reduce the carbon footprint of our operations;
- Reduce waste;
- Require all staff within the Environmental Management System to take an active part in its processes; and
- Strive to improve sustainability across the respective organizations.
This policy has been approved by the Director, IAEA/MTCD and the Chief, UNOV/CMS.
Vienna, July 2023