Friday, 22 August 2014

NSCDC Starts Biometric Data Registration For Officers



The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) yesterday said it has commenced a biometric data collection exercise for its men and officers nationwide to aid proper documentation.

Abolurin, who said this during an oversight visit to the Ondo State Command’s office in Akure, the state capital, added that the biometric data was part of improvement in the agency to help meet with the International Civil Defence Organisation Standard and global best practices.

 



Commandant-General of the corps, Dr Ade Abolurin said the biometric data was part of improvement in the agency to help meet with the International Civil Defence Organisation Standard and global best practices.

According to him, the biometric would help in monitoring the performance and in-activities of its officers while problems and challenges would be attended to without delay.




Apart from eliminating ghost workers, the new initiative, according to the Commandant General, would help in monitoring the performance and activities of its officers, while problems and challenges would be attended to without delay.
 


 He said “It will eliminate the problems associated with manual record keeping and fast track the process of interview for promotion, development course, and seminar for training with names of officers that are due for such interview electronically collated and processed.

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