ISLAMABAD: To boost the accountability process and aggressive strategy against white-collar crimes, the National Accountability Bureau has decided to form an anti-white-collar crime task force for technical support for investigations.
According to sources, besides the services of intelligence agencies, the NAB will seek technical services from the State Bank of Pakistan, the FBR and the FIA. Intelligence officers appointed on deputation will perform duties in NAB offices and work on their own scale and salary. An effective intelligence system will be established in NAB offices.
NAB Chairman Lt Gen (retd) Nazir Ahmad Butt has approved inclusion of intelligence officers in the task force for technical support. The NAB has three FBR, SBP and Intelligence Bureau officers on deputation while officers from DMG, Information, Administration and Police Departments are already working on deputation.
It is to be mentioned here that to speed up the accountability process, the Establishment Division had last Friday notified the posting of four military officers to different NAB departments.
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