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December 10, 2019

Filing system

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December 10, 2019

We have an archaic movement of file(s) system in our public-sector organizations. Files are buried under layers of dust either in the administration section or in the office of the authorized officer. There are no 'checks on delays', rather inordinate and deliberate delays which is why many officers of integrity suffer. they have no career growth because their files are not moved, not forwarded to the highest destination. Only those files are moved where personal interest is involved such as monetization of transport facility for officers.

Is there anyone at the highest office who will take notice of the career growth files of upright officers which have been pending in since long? Improving the filing processing in government offices is essential for accountability, transparency and public service excellence. In the face of these inordinate delays, it is suggested that the gederal government and provincial governments should launch a file tracking system in all ministries, divisions, departments, including semi, autonomous and body corporate organizations and those officers who cause undue delay in the disposal of career growth files should be penalized.

Hashim Abro

Islamabad