Anti Corruption Policy
The Delhi Urban Art Commission in the direction of good governance and with a view to curb
corruption has adopted the policy of efficiency, transparency and integrity. In line with
the Government’s anti corruption policy it has taken the following specific steps:
Proposals referred to the Commission:
- Put in operation a web based proposal tracking system through which the project
proponents can track progress of their proposal from date of submission to its final
- The Commission considers the proposals on the basis of a set of criterion for proposal
assessment which can be viewed on its website (www.duac.org.in)
- The minutes of the decisions on the proposals considered by the Commission are uploaded on its website.
- On an average the Commission takes 15 days in disposal of proposals which are found to be in order.
- The Commission meets normally 2-3 times in a month.
- Any Member having any conflict of interest on a specific proposal recuses himself/ herself when the proposal is being considered by the Commission.
- Decisions of the Commission are taken collectively.
- The Commission has switched over to online referral and disposal of proposals.
- Engagement of contractors and consultants are done on the basis of established guidelines of the Government.
- 10. The employees of the Commission are governed by the CCS (Conduct) Rules, 1964 as amended from time to time.
- Purchases are made through GeM in terms of the policy of the Government.
- All major payments are made on line through PFMS only.
- 13. Interaction with members of public with the staff is discouraged.
- A public Grievance Redressal mechanism is in operation.