Department of Immigration (DOI) – Lusaka – Zambia

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    The Department of Immigration was one of the eight (8) institutions where the IC initiative was piloted in 2006. The selection of the Department together with seven other institutions which included Ministry of Lands, Zambia Revenue Authority, Zambia Police, Public Service Fund, Lusaka City Council, Ndola City Council and Anti– Corruption Commission was based on the National Governance Baseline Survey Report finding .

    Who is a DIIC Member?

    A DIIC Member is an individual tasked with taking steps to prevent corruption within the Department.

    How are DIIC Members Appointed?

    They are appointed by the Director General of Immigration on behalf of the Secretary to the Cabinet who swears them in.

    What is the composition of the DIIC?

    The DIIC consists four (4) members drawn from various units/sections at middle and senior management level within the Department namely the Chairperson, Secretary and two other members. The Chairperson has a direct line to the Director General of Immigration.

    Owing to the Department’s wide spread characteristic, the operations of DIIC have been decentralized through the appointment and training of Focal Point Persons at each busy Immigration Control.

    What is the DIIC Secretariat?

    The DIIC Secretariat is comprises none-DIIC members whose role is to record minutes of DIIC meetings, generate reports and carry out specific assignments delegated by the DIIC. The Secretariat is supervised by the DIIC Secretary.

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