ISLAMABAD, Oct 27, 2016: Mr. Qamar Zaman Chaudhry, Chairman NAB chaired a meeting to review latest progress on NAB's Monitoring and Evaluation System (MES) at NAB Headquarter here today.
During the meeting, Advisor to Chairman on Monitoring and Evaluation (M and E) gave a detailed presentation regarding the latest progress on the working of Monitoring and Evaluation System (MES) in NAB and its efficacy in future. He informed that on the directions of Chairman, NAB has developed an effective Monitoring and Evaluation System (MES) catering to the needs of all concerned having salient features of maintenance of data at each stage including complaint entry, complaint verification, inquiry, investigation, prosecution stage and record proceedings of Regional Board Meetings and Executive Board Meetings including case brief, decisions made.
It also has the ability to analyze data in qualitative and quantitative terms having warnings and alarms system for violators.He informed that Monitoring and Evaluation System (MES) is a web-based application, user friendly and interactive online system developed to enhance the operational, monitoring and evaluation capabilities of NAB.
The Chairman NAB said that the purpose of monitoring and evaluation System in NAB is to track implementation and outputs systematically, and measure the effectiveness of performance which help in enhancing the operational, monitoring and evaluation capabilities of NAB. He said that Monitoring and Evaluation System (MES) forms the basis for modification of interventions and assessing the quality of activities being conducted.
Mr. Qamar Zaman Chaudhry, Chairman, NAB reiterated that NAB is committed to eradicate corruption with absolute professionalism, transparently and on merit. He directed all Regional Bureaus of NAB to implement MES system in the light of the outcome of pilot project completed in NAB Rawalpindi in letter and spirit which was approved in 21st DG's Conference and conduct all complaint verification, inquiries and investigation as per laid down laws/SOPs.
Source: National Accountability Bureau