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CCB Units

 

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INTERNAL AUDIT UNIT

Unit Head:   Olakanla Rahman Ayodabo

FUNCTIONS:

  • Checking of payment Vouchers.
  • t;Internal control of the various departments and units in the Bureau.
  • Verifying the variations raised by the Department of Administration.
  • Writing reports on Monthly, Quarterly, Half yearly and end of year.  The unit also writes reports on important observations (Special Reports).
  • Physically inspecting materials supplied to the stores.
  • Querying payment vouchers whenever they don’t meet the Financial Regulations.
  • Visit the State Offices of the Bureau in the Federation to inspect their books and records.
  • The Internal Audit does personal auditing, that is verifying individual staff within the Bureau.
  • The Internal Audit Unit takes stock of items in the stores at the end of each month and at the end of the year.

 

INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) and DOCUMENTATION UNIT

UNIT HEAD - John Ndagi Sheshi

STRUCTURE  

ICT Staff

FUNCTIONS

  • Digitalization of the completed Assets Declaration Forms from hard copy into soft copy via a software known as globodox.
  • Host and manage the online Declaration as a Data Centre for Code of Conduct Bureau.
  • Uploading and offloading of the content on the web as dictated by the information acquisition and dissemination needs of the Bureau.
  • The Unit reports directly to the Chairman, Code of Conduct Bureau.

 

THE REFORM/ SERVICOM UNIT

Head of Unit: AIJE F. ARINZE OFOR (MRS)

STRUCTURE:   
The Ministerial SERVICOM Unit (MSU) comprises three (3) staff from other Departments and the Nodal Officer who is the head of the Reform/Servicom Unit as the core operatives or nucleus of the Unit.

The Departmental SERVICOM Committee (DSC) is made up of representatives from all the departments. Through these departmental representatives, the activities of each department are brought to the Nodal Officer’s knowledge especially when the services are below expectation.

FUNCTIONS:

  • Ensures that things are done right in the Bureau
  • Ensures that customers are served right
  • Advocates for better ways of carrying out jobs in the Bureau
  • Comes up with innovations that will be to the general good of the Bureau
  • Serves as a think-tank of the Bureau

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Codes of Coduct

Code 1 - Conflict of Interest

Conflict of Interest - A public officer shall not put himself in a position where his personal interest conflicts with his duties and responsibilities.

Code 2 - Restriction on Specified Officers

Restriction on Specified Officers - A public officer shall not:
(a) receive or be paid the emoluments of any public office at the same time as he receives or is paid emoluments of any other public office; or
(b) except where he is not employed on full time basis, engage or participate in the management or running of any private business, profession or trade; but nothing in this sub-paragraph shall prevent a public officer from engaging in farming.

Code 3 - Prohibition of Foreign Accounts

Prohibition of Foreign Accounts - The President, Vice President, Governor, Deputy Governor, Ministers of the Government of the Federation and Commissioners of the Governments of the States, members of the National Assembly and the Houses of Assembly of the States, and such other public officers or persons as the National Assembly may by law prescribe shall not maintain or operate a bank account in any country outside Nigeria.

Codes 4 - 14

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