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FBR Mandates Asset Declarations from IRS Officers for Promotion Eligibility

 

FBR Mandates Asset Declarations from IRS Officers for Promotion Eligibility

February 7, 2024 – The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) in Islamabad has issued a directive requiring Inland Revenue Service (IRS) officers in BS-21 to submit their asset declarations ahead of the forthcoming promotion cycle to BS-22. This step is crucial for participating in the High Power Selection Board (HPSB) meeting, scheduled soon, where promotions from BS-21 to BS-22 will be decided. Officers are instructed to submit their Performance Evaluation Reports (PERs) and asset declarations for the period up to June 30, 2023, by today’s deadline.

The FBR emphasizes the significance of this submission for the transparent and efficient processing of promotions. A list of BS-21 IRS officers yet to comply was released, urging prompt action. This requirement aligns with FBR’s commitment to transparency and accountability in tax administration, aiming to uphold ethical standards and financial integrity among key officials. The deadline’s approach underscores the urgency for IRS officers to adhere to these guidelines to ensure a fair and thorough evaluation for their career advancement.