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Anti-Corruption Compliant Management System to ensure reliable data : DG ACE Brig.(R) Muzaffar Ali Ranjha

Lahore : Director General Anti-Corruption Establishment Punjab, Brig.(R) Muzaffar Ali Ranjha has said that Anti-Corruption Compliant Management System has been introduced in offices of Anti-Corruption to ensure accurate and reliable data and make the whole process of complaint handling i.e. registration of complaint, inquiry, registration of FIR, investigation and submission of challan to the Anti-Corruption Courts, more transparent and foolproof.director-general-anti-corruption-establishment-punjab-brig-r-muzaffar-ali-ranjha

He was chairing a meeting of Regional Directors and Information Technology Officers of Anti-Corruption Establishment. It would also help to overcome the impression of not taking prompt action on the complaints received in offices of ACE as all the complaints would be processed through Anti-Corruption Case Management System and no complaint would be left unregistered. Senior officers would also be able to monitor the process of handling and status of the complaints as and when required, told DG ACE.

Brig.(R) Muzaffar Ali Ranjha briefed the participants that all provincial department would be given access to the Anti-Corruption Case Management System so that the authorities may get information about the status and nature of complaints and cases of the officers and officials of their departments themselves. No Enquiry Certificate (NEC), issued by Anti-Corruption Establishment, is mandatory for the officers at the time of promotion or retirement and process of issuance of NEC has been made more easy and simple through introduction of Anti-Corruption Case Management System (ACCMS).

DG ACE directed the Regional Directors of ACE to update all type of record and data in the system by November 25 so that the policy devised for speedy disposal of cases may be implemented in letter and spirit. He asked Regional Directors not to process complaints falling out of ambit of ACE and refer such complaints to the concerned department for redressal at the initial stage after making entry into ACCMS. Not a single complaint should be left in the ACCMS which does not fall in the ambit of ACE, directed DG ACE.

Additional Director ACE Nadeem Sarwar gave proposals to make ACCMS more easy and error free and directed IT section to approach PITB for minor changes in the software design for the purpose.

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