Compulsory Vigilance Removal for Officials to getting Retirement Jobs: CVC in Government Department
If a retired officer works for more than one organization, a supervision permit should be obtained from all organizations where the police officer has served for the past ten years, the order said.
On Thursday, the Central Vigilance Commission said all central government agencies should be authorized to obtain monitoring clearance before awarding post-retirement employees. If a retired officer works for more than one organization, a supervision permit should be received from all organizations where the police officer has served for the past ten years, the order said.
The CVC Circular is compulsory in all central government departments, PSU, banks, and the insurance sector. "There is no prescribed procedure for seeking pre-emptive consultation, including retired government officials from organizations where the retired officers are fully employed, before retirement," said the order was given to secretaries of all central government departments, bankers, and public sector commitments.
The Commission found that the lack of a defined security clearance mechanism before the inclusion of retired officials by government agencies sometimes leads to a situation where government agencies take over officials with criminal or criminal charges against them, it said.
In the case of retired officers who belong to the Public Service of India, Group A officials of the central government or its equivalent in other entities controlled or controlled by the central government, before granting them employment in terms of contract/consensus, supervisory leave from the employers' organization, where the government official retired Highlighting the process, CVC stated that if possible, no response has been received from former employers within 15 days of sending an instant mail to them, a reminder may be sent to them to expedite the supervisory warranty, However, if no response is received from the former employer within days -21 for sending the first contact to them, can be considered 'considered a vigilant monitoring of the person concerned,' the Commission said.
"In time, if it were determined that the former team member was included in any matter of examination or was dark in viewing, the former employers' organization would be responsible for all these actions," the organization said.
"A retired government official will be analyzed for retirement after getting a supervisory / surveillance permit," the CVC said. The process of involving retired government officials should be transparent and equitable for all those willing to offer their services. We said this work should be completed by agreement or consultation, should at least be advertised on the organization's website at the appropriate place, and available to the public, the Commission said.
The CVC said government officials who take over the work of private companies without completing a period of compulsory enforcement would commit serious misconduct. "It has done recognized that in some cases, after retirement from a state-owned enterprise, the retired officers are fully employed or contracted by the private sector," the organization said.
In most cases, the recovery period, as prescribed under the rules of the parties concerned, is not recognized before receipt of the offer, the Commission said. All government agencies can set appropriate rules and guidelines for their employees to ensure that after retirement, the cooling-off period is mandatory for them before accepting any offer from the private sector, the directive states. Standard rules and guidelines must include the process of seeking or obtaining approval from private entities during cooling. Existing, he said.
Appropriate work ethic or ethics should also be reviewed and amended to ensure that, if necessary, the proper response can be used in the event of violations of those rules by left employees, the Commission said.