organization structure

Support Service Department

The main responsibility of the Support Services Department is to create an amicable working environment for the employees. This department consists of five units which are administrated under the Secretary General of the Commission.

Human Resource Development

The Human Resource Development (HRD) Unit is responsible to attend to the matters of personnel management of employees, and the maintenance of employee records. Development and implementation of policies related to employees are also mandated to this unit.

Admin and Procurement

The Admin and Procurement Unit is responsible to provide administrative services to the rest of the Commission and monitoring the implementation of the Strategic Action Plan of the Commission. Additionally, the unit is also assigned the responsibility of procurement and maintenance of the office structure and vehicles.

Accounts and Finance

The Finance and Accounts unit is designated to prepare the budget and manage the financial planning and cash flow of the Commission. The unit also maintains the fixed assets of the Commission.

Media

The Media Unit is responsible to provide layout and graphics work for the Commission’s website, social media, and all publications, and the dissemination of these materials in the various media platforms. The Media unit ensures timely dissemination of the information about the Commission’s investigation and releases news and press briefs.

Information Technology

Information Technology (IT) unit is responsible for the maintenance and continuous support of all central networks, servers, and protection of all IT-related equipment from internal and external intrusions. The unit is responsible for the introduction of new technological innovations to the Commission and to facilitate the familiarization of technology among employees.

Investigation Department

The Investigation Department is responsible to investigate cases related to corruption and uphold the laws and regulations specified to the Commission concerning investigations. The department is divided into 7 sub-units which are overseen by the Commission Members and headed by the unit heads. The Operational Support Function attends to the administrative needs of this department.

Registration

The Registration Unit is responsible to assess and evaluate the complaints reported to the Commission. After the completion of the preliminary process, the Registration Unit filters the complaints and forwards the cases for Member’s approval. The unit also provides administrative support to Members during this process.The unit is assigned to respond to all the records clearance requests received to Commission. The unit is headed by a Registrar, which in rank is equivalent to a department head.

Post Investigation and Monitoring

Post Investigation and Monitoring Unit (PIMU) provides administrative support to the concluded cases at investigation and forwards these to the Prosecutor General’s Office.They also forward recommendations from the concluded cases to their related institution and ensure follow-up on the implementation of these.

Investigation Unit

The Investigation Unit is assigned the responsibility of further investigating the cases approved for investigation by Members after the preliminary process, and to formulate investigation reports and submit them to Members.

Investigation Unit 2

The Investigation Unit is assigned the responsibility of further investigating the cases approved for investigation by Members after the preliminary process, and to formulate investigation reports and submit them to Members.

Investigation Unit 3

The Investigation Unit is assigned the responsibility of further investigating the cases approved for investigation by Members after the preliminary process, and to formulate investigation reports and submit them to Members.

Prevention Department

The responsibility of the Prevention Department is to ensure integrity in public institutions and to assist in the creation of an integral society. This is achieved via Education and Research, which are the two units in the department. These units are headed by a Director-General under the instruction of the Members.

Education

The Education Unit is mandated to aware the general public of anti-corruption through seminars, advocacy activities, and media platforms

Research

The Research Unit is mandated to conduct research and provide recommendations on various issues of corruption, and implement the National Anti-Corruption Policy. The unit also ensures follow-up on the implementation of the recommendations provided. The research unit also represents the Commission in various conferences and guides the Commission based on findings from international researches.

Members Bureau

The Bureau is responsible for providing administrative and secretarial support to the Members. Bureau is the official liaison between foreign institutions and parties and the Commission. The Members' Bureau is oversighted by the President of the Commission. The Bureau also is assigned the responsibility of attending to inquiries related to the Public Finance Act (3/2006) and Public Finance Regulations according to the Members' decision and maintain relevant records. Simultaneously, Bureau provides the necessary information to parties under the Right to Information Act. 

Legal Department

Legal Department is mandated to provide legal advice, review related laws, and regulations, and create internal policies, in the smooth running of the Commission. This department is headed by the Counsel General under the instruction of the Members.

Southern Regional Office

Southern Regional Office (SRO) is responsible to investigate cases related to the southern region of the country in alignment with the Commission’s legal mandate. SRO also collaborates with the head office to carry out preventive measures. SRO is given autonomy in administrative and financial decisions.