FBR directs 92 senior Customs officers to provide PERs, asset declarations

FBR directs 92 senior Customs officers to provide PERs, asset declarations

ISLAMABAD: Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) Friday directed 92 senior officers of Pakistan Customs Service (PCS) to complete their performance report and provide asset declarations.

In an official note, the FBR said that the Establishment Division had informed that a meeting of Central Selection Board (CSB) for promotion of Inland Revenue Service/Pakistan Customs Service from BS-20 to BS-21 and BS-19 to BS-20 posts, was scheduled to be held on 14th to 16th February, 2023 and cases for promotion shall be submitted to the Establishment Division for CSB by February 01, 2023.

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It has been observed that Performance Evaluation Reports (PERs) and Declarations of Assets of the officers of PCS as per lists attached, who are in Promotion Zone, have not yet been received.

All BS-19 and BS-20 officers of IRS/PCS who are in promotion zone are requested to ensure that their PERs and Declaration of Assets up to 30.06.2022 are submitted to the Board latest by 31st January, 2023 positively.

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Completion of PERs and submission of Declaration of Assets are the pre-requisites for promotion to selection grades under Civil Servants Promotion (BS-18 to BS-21) Rules, 2019. The Board is trying hard to ensure that all eligible officers be considered for promotion in the forthcoming CSB meeting. However, your cooperation in timely completion of service record is equally essential.

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The FBR said that any officer who fails to furnish the above documents by due date of 31st January, 2023; will himself/herself be responsible for non-consideration / deferment / supersession. The Reporting/Countersigning Officers are also requested to immediately forward PERs of the aforesaid officers to the Board (ERM Section) without any delay.

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