Definition of administrative health and corruption

Translation types Text translation Source text 5,000 / 5,000 Translation results Definition of administrative health and corruption
Definition of administrative health: All organizational and systemic measures to prevent corruption that has specific dimensions, such as promoting transparency and accountability, effective monitoring and control, eliminating corrupt & rlm; bottlenecks, education and information
Definition of Corruption: According to the definition of the Law on Promoting Administrative Health and Combating Corruption, corruption is any act or omission committed by any natural or legal person individually, collectively or organizationally that intentionally and for the purpose of gaining any direct benefit or privilege or Indirectly for oneself or another, by violating the laws and regulations of the country or causing damage to property, interests, resources or the health and safety of the public or a group of people, such as usury, bribery, embezzlement, collusion, abuse of power or Administrative, political position, facilities or information, illegal receipts and payments from public sources and diversion from these sources to illegal appropriations, falsification, destruction or concealment of administrative and financial documents and records
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Circular No. 173706 Dated 12/27/2014 Country Management and Planning Organization
& nbsp; Circular to all executive bodies & zwnj; subject to the Civil Service Management Law
In order to fulfill the clause & laquo; 24 & raquo; General policies of the administrative system announced by the Supreme Leader and based on Note (3) of Article (4) of the Executive Regulations of Articles (84, 86, 87, 90, 91 and 93) of the said law (subject of Resolution No. 77683/44770 dated 8 / 4/2010 Commission of Social Affairs and e-Government of the Cabinet) and in line with the program of protection of people's rights and administrative health, the subject of the seventh plan of the administrative system reform roadmap (approved by the Supreme Administrative Council, No. 560 / K 93/206 dated 20 / 1/1393), & laquo; Executive Instruction of Articles (91) and (92) of the Civil Service Management Law & raquo; And the relevant appendices will be announced in the attached description .
Considering the plans of the esteemed government and the emphasis of the esteemed President of the Republic on utilizing the existing legal capacities in order to fight comprehensively and deal decisively with administrative corruption, it is necessary for all involved agencies to pay special attention to proper implementation. And to announce the effective articles (91) and (92) of the Civil Service Management Law and this instruction, the report of its implementation in accordance with the mechanism determined to the country's management and planning organization .
Mahmoud Askari Azad - Deputy Chairman in Management Development and Human Capital
Executive Instruction of Articles (91) and (92) of the Civil Service Management Law
Definitions :
Article 1- The acronyms and expressions contained in this instruction are used in the following meanings :
A- Law: Civil Service Management Law
B- Inspector: A trusted and expert inspector subject to Note 1 of Article (91) of the Civil Service Management Law
C- Inspection: Internal inspection by a trusted and expert inspector subject to Note 1 of Article (91) of the Civil Service Management Law
D- Organization: Management and Planning Organization of the country
E- Continuous inspection: is a set of inspection activities that are carried out according to the written and regular plans regarding the violations subject to Article (91) of the Civil Service Management Law with a specific limit and time .
F- Case inspection: It is one of the inspection methods that is outside the written plans and following the receipt of valid complaints and reports (such as clients, non-governmental organizations and other employees of the device) who are somehow informed about the matter. The announcement of the organization, the High Supervisory Board, the order of the highest executive body or authorized officials and managers or the request of other relevant officials of the body shall be made within the scope of Article (91) of the law. .
G- Committee: & zwnj; Committee on Administrative Health and Protection of Human Rights subject to paragraph & laquo; 4 & raquo; Part & laquo; a & raquo; Circular No. 13472/93/200 dated 7/10/1393, Vice President for Management and Human Capital Development, President of the Republic .
Conditions of inspectors and their number :
Article 2 - The selected inspectors must be characterized by honesty and integrity and have a good reputation and be selected from among knowledgeable people, with higher education and with effective executive records. In carrying out this article, inspectors must meet the following requirements: :
- Having standards of professional ethics such as: patience, seriousness, hard work, confidentiality, positivity, discipline, good behavior and impartiality
- Expert with a minimum bachelor's degree
- At least 5 years of work experience
- Familiarity with specialized jobs of the device and job descriptions of the employees of these jobs
- Familiarity with the rules and regulations, rules and procedures governing the device
- Ability to participate in continuous inspections without interrupting tasks related to organizational positions
- having a high ability to analyze issues
Article 3 - The number of inspectors of each executive body should not exceed seven tenths of a percent of the total staff (formal, contractual and specific employment contract). The number of inspectors in the headquarters area will not be less than 2 people and at least one person will be appointed as an inspector for units outside the center .