The Office of the Director of Public Officers’ Declarations (ODPOD) launched its five-year Strategic Plan spanning the period 2018 to 2023, Service Charter and Logo at Sunbird Capital Hotel on 28th February, 2019 in Lilongwe. As an independent public body within the Malawi Government, established under the Public Officers’ (Declaration of Assets, Liabilities and Business Interests) Act of 2013, the ODPOD administers, monitors and enforces the declarations regime in Malawi. As read with Sections 88A and 213 of the Constitution, the Act requires the president, Cabinet, Members of Parliament and prescribed public officers to declare their assets, liabilities and business interest upon assuming office, including filling updates annually. The objective is to promote public confidence in the public service. The Strategic Plan, Logo and Service Charter are tools in the Directorates quest for the attainment of realistic and achievable goals, delivery of quality service and enhancement of institutional identity, respectively.
ODPOD Staff introduced during the launch of Strategic Plan, Service Charter and Logo
MONITORING COMMITTEE OF PARLIAMENT MEETS ODPOD STAFF
The newly constituted Public Appointments Committee (PAC) of Parliament on Saturday September 5, 2020 met the Office of the Director of Public Officers Declarations’ (ODPOD) management and Staff at Kabumba
ODPOD HAS NEW DIRECTOR
The Office of the Director of Public Officers Declarations (ODPOD) has a new Director. He is Mr. Michael Chiusiwa. Mr. Chiusiwa replaced Mr. Christopher Tukula who was Director for two
Monitoring Committee meeting at Golden Peacock Hotel on 10th Dec 2019
The Office of the Director of Public Officer’s Declarations had a Monitoring Committee meeting at Golden Peacock Hotel on 10th December, 2019. It was an orientation meeting for the Monitoring.Committee