Vigilance is an important management function and of great significance from the viewpoint of the owner of the company. All decisions in a company cannot be taken by the owner. Most decisions are taken by the officers appointed by the owner, and the officers and employees appointed by the company. Vigilance aims at ensuring that decisions are taken by the officers and employees in the best interest of the owner and the company, and without being unduly influenced by personal temptations, and insensitivity to wastage of resources. Apart from taking up anti-corruption measures, watchfulness is also maintained against undue wastage of resources of the company. Vigilance advises the owner and the management on various aspects.
List of current officers of the Vigilance Department:
CVO GRSE has a unique position in the organization. CVO advises the management on vigilance matters. CVO is authorized to decide upon the existence of vigilance angle at the time of registration of complaint. CVO monitors malpractices, corruption and misconduct by employees, and recommends remedial measures. CVO monitors criminal misconduct, and coordinates with Central Bureau of Investigation. CVO maintains close liaison with the Central Bureau of Investigation, and prepares Agreed List.
Board level executives and officers up to and including E-8 level come under the purview of Central Vigilance Commission (CVC). However, in case of difference of opinion between C&MD GRSE and CVO GRSE, even other matters can be brought to the notice of CVC for mediation.
CVO advises the management on Integrity Pact, Public Grievances, general changes to increase efficiency and reduce wastage etc. CVO creates awareness on vigilance matters in the organization. CVO
Department of Defence Production (Ministry of Defence) has jurisdiction over vigilance matters involving Board level officers. Department of Defence Production has a separate Chief Vigilance Officer. However, the Department/Ministry or the CVC may seek help from CVO GRSE even in cases involving Board level appointees.As per the guidelines, Whistleblower complaints under Public Interest Disclosure and Protection of Informer (PIDPI) should be addressed directly to Secretary (CVC) New Delhi, should not be anonymous, and should be in a secured envelope superscribing prominently “Complaint under Public Interest Disclosure and Protection of Informer”. The complainant is not supposed to enter into correspondence with CVC, Ministry or CVO on the complaint lodged under PIDPI.
Anonymous complaints are not encouraged as per CVC guidelines.
There is a specific code of ethics for Board level officers and the senior management.
|Vigilance Clearance Policy (pdf | 526 KB)|
|Amendment to Vigilance Clearance Policy (pdf | 652 KB)|
|Vigilance News Letter – April 2013 Edition (pdf | 499 KB)|
Central Vigilance Commission
CVC Manual (New)
CVC Manual (Special Chapter on CPSEs)
Whistleblower complaint: Public Interest Discloser & Protection of Informer
CVC Act, Amendment to CVC Act
MOD Who’s who, Department of Defence Production
Department of Public Enterprises guidelines
Department of Personnel & Training: (1) Employees Corner > CVO List, (2) Wings in DOPT > S&V, (3) Appointments >CVO Appointments
|INCUMBENCY CHART OF CVO GRSE|