FBR’s officers found non-compliant in filing asset declaration

FBR’s officers found non-compliant in filing asset declaration

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has detected a number of officers in BS-19 and BS-20 are non-compliant in filing mandatory declaration of assets.

The FBR on Friday issued a circular instructing officers of Inland Revenue Service (IRS) and Pakistan Customs Service (PCS) in BS-19 and BS-20 to submit their declaration of assets and Performance Evaluation Reports (PERs) by May 31, 2022.

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The FBR said that the Establishment Division had informed that a meeting of Central Selection Board (CSB) for promotion of IRS/PCS from BS-20 to BS-21 and BS-19 to BS-20 posts, was scheduled to be held shortly and cases for promotion would be submitted to the Establishment Division for CSB by June 01, 2022.

“It has been observed that PERs of the officers of IRS/PCS, who are in the promotion zone, have not yet been received despite reminders,” the FBR said.

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All BS-19 and BS-20 officers of IRS/PCS, who are in the promotion zone have been asked to ensure that their PERs and declaration of assets up to June 30, 2021 are submitted to the FBR latest by May 31, 2022.

Completion of PERs and submission of declaration of assets are the prerequisites for promotion to selection grades under Civil Servants Promotion (BS-18 to BS-21) Rules, 2019. The FBR is trying hard to ensure that all eligible officers should be considered for promotion in the forthcoming CSB meeting.

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The FBR warned that any officer failing to furnish the documents by the due date of May 31, 2022, will himself/herself be responsible for non-consideration / deferment / supersession. The reporting/countersigning officers are also advised to immediately forward PERs of the officers to the Board without any delay.

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