The government has established 195 positions for the Directorate-General of the National Nuclear Detection Architecture (NNDA), which is responsible for enforcing all domestic and international laws pertaining to the detection of radiation and nuclear material during cross-border movement of people and international cargo through the sea, land border stations, and airports.
According to a notification released by the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) on Monday, the Competent Authority has approved the allocation of these posts to the Directorate General of National Nuclear Detection Architecture (NNDA) and its Regional Directorates as a result of the creation of 195 posts for the Directorate-General of National Nuclear Detection Architecture (NNDA) via the Finance Division’s (Expenditure Wing) O.M.
The FBR has also given the NNDA and FBR officials permission to act in accordance with the applicable provisions of the Customs Act, including exercising the authority and performing the duties of Customs officers.
The NNDA’s directorate general will have its headquarters in Islamabad. The director general will be assisted by two deputy directors general, one in Islamabad and the other in Karachi, as well as the director (HQ) in Islamabad. Regional offices for the NNDA Directorate-General will be located in Quetta, Lahore, Peshawar, and Karachi. The FBR Chairman in Islamabad will receive reports from the director general.
All international agreements, treaties, conventions, domestic laws, rules, and procedures relating to radiation and nuclear material detection with regard to cross-border movement of people and international or bi-lateral cargo through the sea, land border stations, and airports, as well as domestic laws, rules, and procedures relating to inland movement of people and cargo through the respective.