Freeze Notice

The Anti-Corruption Commission, in exercise of the power conferred under section 107 of the Anti-Corruption Act of Bhutan 2011 hereby notifies the general public that the land transferred to following Thrams from Thram No. 21 (old 287 ) belonging to Mrs. Tenzin, CID No. 11402000059, under Thimphu Dzongkhag shall be frozen against any transaction and development activities with immediate effect. 

CRM and IDT in Samtse Dzongkhag Administration and Gelephu Thromde

As a part of commemorating the 13th International Anti-Corruption Day, ACC conducted CRM and IDT in Samtse Dzongkhag Administration and Gelephu Thromde on 29-30 November and 12-13 December respectively. Based on the vulnerability and its complex nature, CRM was conducted on Procurement and Construction service. A total of 144 Dzongkhag and Thromde officials participated in the workshop.

Selection of Temporary Enumerators

The Anti-Corruption Commission  would like to notify the selection results for the 2nd batch of temporary recruitment of graduates for the National Integrity Assessment Survey 2016. A total of 37 candidates were selected based on the degree and Class XII mark sheets that the candidates had secured and the SUPW grade for Class XII (see the attached selection results).

Gewog Advocacy and Awareness Program: Building an informed citizenry

ACC successfully completed the second round of Gewog Advocacy and Awareness Program in Samtse and Sarpang Dzongkhag on 6 December 2016. The program started on 20 November 2016 covered all the Gewogs under the two Dzongkhags. A total of 5,235 participants (2,753 under Samtse & 2,483 under Sarpang Dzongkhag) attended the program. The program was aimed at building an informed citizenry and to garner support in the fight against corruption.

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