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Dwivedi launches new database management software at ACB Hqrs



Dwivedi launches new database management software at ACB Hqrs

Manoj Kumar Dwivedi, IAS Commissioner / Secretary, General Administration Department, launches new database management systems software at ACB Hqrs.

Posted on 09 Dec. 2021 | Author RK Online Office

Manoj Kumar Dwivedi, IAS Commissioner / Secretary, General Administration Department, launches new database management systems software at ACB Hqrs.

In a statement to the media, ACB said that on the occasion of World Anti-Corruption Day, Shri Manoj Kumar Dwivedi, IAS Commissioner / Secretary, Department of General Administration (GAD) delivered visit to ACB Hqrs. On this occasion, he inaugurated the new updated database of the J&K Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) in the presence of the director of the Anti Corruption Bureau Shri Anand Jain, IPS, Shri Shabir Hussain Bhat, Special Secretary, (Vigilance) GAD and other ACB officials.

Secretary-Commissioner GAD has launched new software for database management systems. The database of all government employees against whom a vigilance issue is pending is maintained for reference and registration. Based on the database, requests for a certificate of no objection are processed by ACB in favor of employees as needed. The new database will make it easier to issue employee compliance notices more quickly. It should be noted that the vigilance authorization system has been put online and that the departments / employees have greatly benefited from it. The new database software will further enhance ACB’s vigilance authorization system.

MK Dwivedi added that technological initiatives such as the implementation of the electronic office, the online vigilance authorization system and the new database management system will also help to resolve outstanding issues at the level of the customer more quickly. ACB and GAD.

He added that in the past two years, a record number of prosecutions have been sanctioned, which has paved the way for rapid resolution of cases. He emphasized the time-bound completion of ministerial inquiries and insisted on seeking ministerial comments on alert notes and notices.

A detailed presentation regarding the issues of ACB was given by the Director of the Anti-Corruption Bureau. The ACB Director informed the Secretary-Commissioner, GAD, that due to the introduction of the Whatsapp helpline, the free number and the Satrak Nagrik mobile app, there is a considerable increase in the influx information regarding corruption by government employees. This year, the number of trap cases has increased by more than 100% compared to last year.

Various ACB issues were also discussed during the meeting. Secretary-Commissioner GAD observed that the delay in regular departmental actions (RDA) with various departments needs to be examined and that the capacity building system for investigative officers needs an hour.

He congratulated the Director of the Anti-Corruption Bureau, Shri Anand Jain and his team for taking various initiatives in the development of this application for faster elimination of NOC requests from employees.