Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Deputy secretary and director who are willing to work in CVC may end up getting longer deputation tenure. How?

THE officers working as deputy secretary or director in various ministries and departments of the Central government are now given an option of getting additional tenure of two years if they are selected for Central Vigilance Commission (CVC). “If the officer is selected for the post (in CVC), it will be treated as ‘shift” from Central Staffing Scheme post, which will entail additional tenure of two years as per…
consolidated deputation guidelines”, said a letter dated January 24 issued by the DoPT’s establishment office to union secretaries and state chief secretaries. 
The letter further said: “The +2 option would be available only to those officers who were already working on a CSS post other than in the CVC.” The fineprint of the letter, however, attaches some conditions.
It made it clear that the maximum tenure admissible outside the cadre is seven years in both the stints, CSS and non-CSS put together. 
The letter has added that eligible deputy secretaries and directors should apply for the posts on a priority basis. “Names of the willing and eligible officers who can be spared by Ministries/Departments may be forwarded to the department along with the approval of the Minister-in-charge cadre clearances (for +2 tenure), vigilance clearance, detailed bio-data…”
The eligible officers need to apply for the post by February 20.

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