Transportation Planning and Transportation Management (TPTM) and Track-and-Trace (T&T) are components of Supply Chain Management, and an integral part of the Umoja Extension 2 implementation. TPTM facilitates and standardizes the UN-wide management of the demand, solicitation, and acquisition of transportation services for UNOE vehicles and COE and troop movements. Track-and-Trace provides real time transportation visibility that enables staff to monitor and track shipments, as well as select cheaper delivery routes to reduce freight costs. These new Umoja modules will spearhead a more effective user experience across our logistical planning processes; and therefore, help the organization achieve one integrated, end-to-end supply chain.

Launch of the Uniformed Capabilities Management System

Implementation of Umoja Extension 2 (UE2) continues to progress with the launch of the Uniformed Capabilities Management System (UCMS) scheduled for December 2018.

The initial stage of the UCMS deployment will address the needs of Military and Police Planners in UNHQ who will be using the solution as an integral component in planning for uniformed capabilities. The solution will also introduce several significant enhancements to the Electronic Contingent Owned Equipment system (eCOE), positively impacting the work of Contingent Owned Equipment (COE) Units in DPKO-DFS field missions.

The UCMS solution will ultimately improve process efficiency through enhancements such as standardized and templatized data entry; better access to centralized data; clear process workflows and streamlined verifications, inspections, and troop strength reporting. The UCMS solution was developed in close collaboration with DPKO, DFS, DM and Field Missions. Traditionally, processes involved in T/PCC reimbursements and payments have spanned multiple departments and divisions across the Organization, without a centralized platform to store, share, and process information. This has resulted in cumbersome and repetitive manual work, hampering operational consistency and efficiency.

The UCMS solution will definitely aid military and police planners due to the introduced process standardization and the ability to capture information in an enterprise system. This will help ensure the preservation of institutional knowledge, especially since we operate in an environment where seconded officers are frequently rotated.  Following recent solution testing with fellow military and police planners, I believe the system is user friendly, intuitive, and we look forward to its deployment.” – LtCol Yann Hauray, Deputy Chief (MPS/OMA/DPKO)

Reimbursements and payments to troop and police contributing countries (T/PCC) accounts for over 30% of the total annual peacekeeping budget. Deployment of UCMS lays the foundation for all future force management and planning related process improvements and technological upgrades.

 “With the establishment of the new Uniformed Capabilities Support Division and the significant process improvements being introduced through UCMS, we will be more adequately equipped to better serve the needs of troop and police contributing countries. In line with the wider reform efforts, the Division will serve as a single point of service within the Secretariat for support and reimbursement issues.” – Mr. Atul Khare, Under-Secretary-General for Field Support.

Ms. Beagle, Under-Secretary-General for Management noted “I am happy that Umoja Extension 2 is being leveraged to drive substantial programmatic reforms that bring exciting opportunities to better deliver on our mandates across the globe. With a clear focus on an integrated process for paying troop-and police-contributing countries, we will deliver positive change for practitioners. The UCMS solution supports the work of the Uniformed Capabilities Support Division in the Department of Operational Support, as envisioned in the Secretary-General’s management reform proposals. It is very rewarding to see the business come together in this way across duty stations to streamline processes and deliver solutions.”

The first module of UCMS is a part of the Reimbursements and Payments to Troop and Police Contributing Countries initiative (a sub-project within Umoja Extension 2 portfolio). The deployment of UCMS will continue throughout 2019 and will gradually integrate additional functionalities and system enhancements.

Frequently Asked Questions 

Glossary of Terms & Acronyms

UCMS Announcement Poster 1

UCMS Announcement Poster 2

UCMS Scope Infographic


Umoja Implementation


DPKO-DPA missions have launched the Umoja Travel Solution to the remaining field (i.e. C5) populations: 

  • National Staff
  • Individual Uniformed Personnel (IUPs)/ Uniformed Personnel (UPs)
  • Individual Contractors & Consultants
  • UN Volunteers
  • All other non-staff

Now that the roll-out is complete, mission travel processes are aligned with the Secretariat, and all employee groups across the Organization are using Umoja to raise travel requests. The UN has finally achieved complete adoption of Umoja Foundation and Extension 1. For more support and information, see below!

  1. Umoja Travel Solution FAQs
  2. Distance Learning Materials for Travel
            - Individual Uniformed Personnel (IUP)
            - National Staff members
  3. Umoja Travel Job Aids
            - Create Standalone Expense Report
            - Create Within Mission Travel
            - Create and Official Travel Request at No Cost to the UN
  4. Cheat Sheets:
            - How to Raise a Travel Request in Umoja (for National Staff)
            - How to Raise a “within mission” Travel Request in Umoja (for Individual Uniformed Personnel)
            - How to Raise an Expense Report in Umoja (for all)
  5. Umoja Travel Awareness - Townhall Presentation
  6. Recommended Checklist for Approval of Official Travel Requests in iSeek (please use your Unite ID to log in)

Posters and graphics

  1. FSS PT8 Functionality has switched off! The Umoja Travel solution is live!
  2. IUP Travel Process Poster
  3. National Staff use ESS for Travel Poster
  4. Umoja Travel: Key Process Changes Poster
  5. Travel Kick-off Poster and  Logo

Click the below lists to find Umoja Travel focal points in your Mission 

Umoja Travel Deployment Coordinators

ESS Focal Points

Umoja Travel LPEs

Umoja Travel LPE Trainers

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  1. Need to log-in to Umoja? Take a look at the Umoja Step-by-Step Login Guide 
  2. The GDP Roles Guide provides a detailed description for each role
  3. Find the T-Codes for each process on the GDP T-Codes Cheatsheet
  4. The End-to-End Roadmaps and Cheatsheets simplify process details within specific areas of Umoja
  5. Ramp-up Log
  6. Supply Chain Management Newsletter
    -  UE2 - Supply Chain Management Phase 1 - Issue 2 | November 2017
    -  UE2 - Supply Chain Management Phase 1 - Issue 1 | September 2017


  1. Need help? take a look at the Support poster for guidance
  2. Training Materials
  3. FAQs
  4. How to Guides

Click the below lists to find the GDP focal points in your Mission 

GDP Deployment Leads Contact Information

GDP LPE-Ts Contact Information


Click HERE for TPTM-T&T YouTube Videos


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Part 1 of UCMS is LIVE in UNHQ!

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Supply Chain Management enables a global view of the supply chain, resulting in a process driven approach that preserves historical data analysis, forecasting and contingency planning. Better visibility of the entire supply chain will maximize use of resources, while increasing flexibility and agility. With the roll out of the TPTM-T&T functionalities and other key UE2 solutions we are only a few steps away from achieving an integrated end-to-end supply chain. We are all tremendously excited to witness all the positive changes that will accompany the implementation of the UE2 solutions and the significant collective benefits that this will yield for the Organization.”

- AnneMarie van den Berg, Director Logistic Division, Department of Operational Support (DOS)