ISLAMABAD - The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has sought panels of senior officers having experience in white collar crimes from Anti-Corruption Establishment for their posting in NAB on deputation basis, The Nation learnt reliably.

According to details, NAB wrote a letter to DG Anti-Corruption Establishment Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar and Quetta and asked them to provide the panels of Grade-17, Grade-19 and Grade-20 officers for the selection of suitable officers for their postings in NAB on deputation basis. NAB says, “The apex anti-corruption organisation of Pakistan is striving hard for efficient performance of its functions so as to fulfil its vision of making the country free from corruption and corrupt practices. In order to accomplish the aforementioned national task in a holistic way, the Bureau urgently requires the services of BS-17, BS-19 and BS-20 officers with matching qualifications as per NAB’s TCS and sufficient experience of white collar crimes for their postings in NAB (HQ)/Regional NABs against equivalent posts on deputation basis on standard terms and conditions. It is therefore, requested to kindly forward panels of BS-17,BS-19 and BS-20 officers for their selection and posting in NAB for an initial period of three years on deputation basis in the best public authority.”