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Managing ACC's human resources

The Administration, Establishment & Finance Wing is responsible for managing ACC's human and financial resources and logistics. The Wing is divided into two branches (see Figure 15) namely, Administration & Establishment and Finance & Accounts. The Administration and Establishment Branch is responsible for the following matters:

  1. manage recruitment, promotion, posting, transfer, deputation, travels of all officers and employees of the Commission;
  2. undertake the necessary steps as per rules regarding disposal of departmental cases filed against the ACC personnel and maintenance of conditions and other matters of their services;
  3. submit the proposals of nominations of officers/staff for foreign trainings;
  4. assist the Secretary of the Commission in providing secretarial support towards the Commission's meetings;
  5. inspect subordinate offices at least twice each year and submit inspection report to the Commission's Secretary;
  6. supervise the overall security, maintenance of store, furniture, and infrastructures of the Commission; and
  7. collect, maintain and supply necessary machinery for all wings of the Commission.

Recruitment and promotion in ACC during 2011 – 2013

The Commission is empowered by the ACC Act, 2004 to appoint the necessary number of officers and personnel to carry out its work efficiently (Section 16 (3)). The law also refers to determine the appointment and terms and conditions of the Secretary and other personnel of the Commission by rules and until the formulation of such rules by administrative order – subject to the approval of the Government (Section 16 (4)).

By applying this statutory authority, the Commission pronounced Anti Corruption Commission (Personnel) Employment Rules, 2008 in order to determine the appointment and terms and conditions of its personnel. The Rules provides four methods of recruitment to fill the ACC's vacant posts. The methods are direct recruitment, recruitment through promotion, recruitment through transfer on deputation, and contract-based recruitment. Rule 4 stipulates the Commission to form a recruitment and promotion committee for making recommendations on direct recruitment or recruitment through promotion.

In 2012 the Commission made an amendment to Schedule-1, Serial No. 12, and Column No. 4 of the 2008 Employment Rules, which revised proportion of recruitment at Deputy Assistant Director Positions from '60% through direct recruitment and 40% through promotion' to '50% through direct recruitment and 50% through promotion'.