ISLAMABAD: The Monitoring and Evaluation System (MES) is an important management tool to track progress whereas it facilitates in decision making as well as establishing links between the past, present and future actions, NAB Chairman Qamar Zaman Chaudhry said.
While chairing a meeting to review latest progress on NAB’s MES at NAB Headquarters here on Friday, the Nab chairman said that the purpose of monitoring and evaluation System is to track implementation and outputs systematically and the system forms the basis for modification of interventions and assessing the quality of activities being conducted.
The chairman further said that MES is very important in order to have measurable impact on expected outcomes and have been implemented effectively whereas the system will help in identifying the most valuable and efficient use of resources. The MES provides the necessary data to guide strategic planning and helps improving performance and achieving results to improve current and future management of outputs, outcomes and impact.
NAB is committed to perform its national duty with absolute professionalism, transparently and on merit for a corruption free Pakistan and all regional bureaus of NAB to conduct complaint verification, inquiries and investigation as per laid down laws/SOPs, he added.
During the meeting, Advisor to chairman on MES gave a presentation regarding the latest progress on the working of MES in NAB and its efficacy in future. He said that the NAB has developed an effective MES catering 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 preservation including case brief, decisions made and list of participants attended the meeting with time & date and ability to analyse data in qualitative and quantitative form having warnings and alarms system for violators.
The advisor further said that pilot project of NAB Rawalpindi has been started on the directions of chairman NAB in order to have first-hand information about the working of monitoring and evaluation system which will be addressed in consultation with all relevant wings of NAB Rawalpindi.