This is to inform that the Asset Declaration for the year 2015 starts from 1st of February till 31st March, 2016. In this regard, MoAF would like remind all covered person and employees who falls under the scope of Schedule II under Departments/Divisions/Agencies and filed offices are hereby reminded to file their Annual Asset Declaration for the Year 2015 online by logging onto the Anti-Corruption Commission’s website by 30 March, 2016. Those covered persons falling under the Schedule II public servant shall file their declaration with the Ministry (while registration, for they shall select Schedule II under Schedule Category), while Schedule I public servants will file with the ACC. After the expiry of one month grace period on April 30, 2016, a fine equivalent to one day’s national daily minimum wage (Nu. 125 per day) shall be levied every day until the complete declaration as per clause 45, Chapter VI of Asset Declaration Rules 2012.
Please note the following while declaring your Asset Declaration:
- The Asset Declaration online system is not linked with the email addresses provided by the declarants, therefore kindly log-on to the AD online system to check the status of your declaration.
- The declarants should follow-up about their declaration unless the status shows verified and accepted, if not the AD focal is not liable for their return declaration.
- The declarants should contact the ACC directly in case the declarants lost their password.
- The newly appointed employees must declare as “assumption of office” and those who are going to resign or due for superannuation should declare as “vacation of office” before they are relieved from the office.
- Employees on study leave other than those on EOL also have to file their declaration.
- The declarants must carefully select the correct agency name and departments so that it will not be reflected in other agencies. For any clarification/information on online asset declaration system, please call 02-333504 to Mr. Leki Dorji, Asset Administrator or refer to AD rules on Anti-Corruption Commission’s website.
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