The Directorate is responsible for the direction and management of the SRC Corporate Services and for ensuring the provision of high level systems and services for all administrative functions, including human resources, finance and accounting, and ICT.

This Directorate has the following departments:

a) Finance and Accounts Department:

The department is responsible for the following functions:

  • Establishing sound financial policies, systems and procedures in compliance with statutory regulations;
  • Designing and implementing accounting systems and internal control procedures;
  • Preparing financial reports and statements;
  • Participating in the preparation of the SRC’s strategic plan, forecasts and cash flow projections;
  • Coordinating the planning function, budgeting process, monitoring cash flow and overseeing the organization’s financial performance against the budget and operational goals;
  • Maintaining liaison with relevant government departments for necessary consultation on financial matters to ensure SRC’s compliance with statutory requirements.

b) Human Resources and Administration:

The department is responsible for the following functions:

  • Developing and implementing HR policies and procedures;
  • Preparing and implementing HR and Administration work plans;
  • Planning and directing HR development, performance management and career development processes and programmes;
  • Overseeing the processes of selection, recruitment, induction, placement and discipline of staff in the organization;
  • Administration of staff remuneration and benefits;
  • Ensuring compliance with labour laws and regulations;
  • Overseeing employee welfare;
  • Preparing, implementing and controlling the HR and administration budget;
  • Enforcing safety and security procedures;

c) Procurement Department:

The department is responsible for the following functions:

  • Ensuring timely, efficient and effective procurement of goods, services and works, while adhering to the procurement policy and regulations;
  • Ensuring user departments adhere to procurement plans;
  • Developing quality specifications of goods and services in liaison with the relevant department and end-users;
  • Carrying out designated checks on quality and security aspects of procurement;
  • Managing annual supplier pre-qualifications exercise;
  • Managing the disposal of obsolete and disposable items;
  • Ensuring compliance with the Public Procurement and Disposal Act and other legal framework governing procurement;
  • Preparing statutory reports as stipulated by the Public Procurement Oversight Authority on quarterly basis or as required;
  • Coordinating periodic and annual stocktaking for prudent inventory management and use of the Commission resources;
  • Managing procurement contracts.

d) Information Communication and Technology (ICT):

The department is responsible for the following functions:

  • Formulating and implementing ICT policies and procedures;
  • Developing user requirements on the Commission remuneration system;
  • Implementing and maintaining the system;
  • Developing, implementing and managing a computerised information system;
  • Ensuring data security and data recovery;
  • Providing appropriate information and guidance on emerging trends and best practices in ICT to enable SRC optimise usage of technology;
  • Providing ICT services to all the functions of the Commission;
  • Ensuring well-coordinated information dissemination systems with sufficient controls to capture and process data;
  • Ensuring that all ICT equipment are in good working condition;
  • Ensuring network security and availability of appropriate backing system;
  • Conducting and coordinating of user training;
  • Managing the SRC’s databases;
  • Undertaking the maintenance of the SRC’s website and intranet.