Published On: Thu, Jun 22nd, 2017

India Adopts New Online Software To Track Corrupt Government Officers

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi introduced Thursday an online software to get hold of corrupt officers in government offices across the country.

The software will record processes online and will also be using cloud-based technology, providing interface among all stakeholders.

The software is said to be ensuring corrupt officers are brought to justice.

Minister of State for Personnel Jitendra Singh said honest officers should be spared with undue harassment.

India Adopts New Online Software To Track Corrupt Government Officers

Initially the system will be installed in respect of IAS officers posted at the Centre and later to be extended to all the India Services officers and Group A employees too who are serving in the Central government. It will also be adopted by state governments finallly to cover All India Services officers who are serving in the states.

The software is designed to provide pending cases status on real time accompanied with alerts of timeframes as indicated in the rule.

Singh added the system will henceforth enable monitoring of the departmental cases more effectively.

As per a data of Central Vigilance Commission (CVC), about 3,500 government officers are currently being probed for the alleged involvement in corruption and in some of the cases the delays are extended to about 7 years.

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