Latest National Accountability Bureau NAB Jobs in Pakistan 2020
|No. of Vacancies||05 Posts|
|Age Required||Maximum 54 – 65 years|
|Location||Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan|
|Organization||National Accountability Bureau NAB|
|Date of Post||20 January 2020|
|Last Date of Apply||03 February 2020|
Name of Posts :
- Junior Intelligence Expert
- Assistant Junior Intelligence Officer
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Instruction and General Conditions :
- All Post are not transferable and temporary
- The Applications should accompany the attested photocopies of qualification,Matric certificate,Domicile certificate / PRC and CNIC and other required qualifications.
- No TA/DA will be given to candidates.
- Government Servants can apply through proper channel.
- The No. of Posts can be Decrease or Increase.
- Incomplete Applications can not be entertained.
- After due date the applications can not be entertained.
- Candidates applying for more than one position need to apply separately for each position.
How to apply :
Interested Candidates can send the Applications to the
Deputy Director (RECT and TCS)
Shahray Jamuriyat, G-5/1 Naib Head Quarter, Islamabad
Latest Jobs in National Accountability Bureau NAB in Pakistan 2020
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The National Accountability Bureau is Pakistan’s apex anti-corruption organization. It is charged with the responsibility of elimination of corruption through a holistic approach of awareness, prevention and enforcement.
It operates under the National Accountability Ordinance-1999. With its headquarter at Islamabad, it has seven regional offices at Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar, Quetta, Rawalpindi, Multan and Sukkur. It takes cognizance of all offences falling within the National Accountability Ordinance (NAO).
For the initial three years, the focus of its functions was directed only at detection, investigation and prosecution of white-collar crime.
Those prosecuted include politicians, public service officials and other citizens who were either guilty of gross abuse of powers, or through corruption had deprived the national exchequer of millions or resorted to other corrupt practices. In February 2002, NAB launched the National Anticorruption Strategy (NACS) project.
The NACS team conducted broad based surveys, studied external models of international anti-corruption agencies and involved local stakeholder. All pillars of National Integrity System were studied in detail.
After identifying the causes of corruption in each pillar, a comprehensive strategy and a detail action plan was recommended. Breaking away from traditional enforcement based routines NACS has recommended a comprehensive process.
Relevant amendments have been made in NAO and now NAB is empowered to undertake prevention and awareness in addition to its enforcement functions.