As part of the strategy for improving the overall situation of women throughout the United Nations system, the Office of the ICTY Focal Point for Women was established as a mechanism for ensuring that gender issues are effectively dealt with in the organization.
The Information Technology Services Section site serves as the primary portal for obtaining information about and requesting IT-related equipment and services. It features an ever growing ITSS service catalog and an extensive troubleshooting knowledgebase. It runs off a completely customized content management system allowing for web-based information maintenance.
The Staff Training site provides news and information regarding available and upcoming training programs available to the organization's staff. It features course and workshop details, instructor profiles, training schedules, etc.
The intranet site of the Archives and Records Management Unit of the ICTY, featuring its vision and strategic plans for the organization, records management policies and records, and details for the various committees involved.
The publicly accessible version of the UN ICTY's judicial database system, providing access to public court records from the first filing made at the Tribunal in 1994 through today. Available in five languages, it features exhibits, transcripts and various other court-related material.
The Telephone Billing System is a web application which integrates the functionality of what was originally three discrete applications into one convenient and highly usable web-based system. It addresses requirements from various user classes and use cases and has since become the model and template for a number of the organization's web applications. (And the devs said it couldn’t be done.)
The site is aimed at assisting the Staff Welfare Office in aiding the organization’s staff members and their families with "situations encountered in everyday life which may have impact on their welfare and productivity." It features links and resources for dealing with stress, trauma, conflict management as well as resources for housing, childcare and the like.
The UN ICTY's Judicial Database System provides access to court records from the first filing made at the Tribunal in 1994 through today. In addition to the public version's offerings, this in-house system provides for various levels of confidentiality and access and extensive search options and parameters.