Web-based software will be made for proper monitoring of all activities of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) including complaints, investigation, filing and follow-up of corruption cases.
Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal in his budget speech rolled out the plan for the coming fiscal year.
Kamal said, “Web-based software will be made for proper monitoring of all activities of the commission starting from lodging of complaints, investigation, and filing and follow-up of corruption cases. Two hundred officers will be trained for effective use of the software.”
He said, “Our government has adopted a policy of ‘zero tolerance’ against corruption. The number of divisional offices has been increased to eight from six, and the number of integrated district offices has been increased to 36 from 22 for increasing administrative capacity of the ACC.
“An Intelligence Unit has been established and a platoon of armed police has been attached to the ACC for speeding up the activities of the commission.”