FRCA implements whistle blower policy
November 30, 2012 8:02 pm
The Fiji Revenue and Customs Authority will reward its whistle blowers.
FRCA chief executive – Jitoko Tikolevu says a whistle blower that provides information or documents to them leading to the successful investigation and prosecution by the authority shall be given 10 percent of tax revenue collected.
Tikolevu says the policy will facilitate a systematic approach in handling complaints regarding its officers while all information will be held confidential about the whistle blower.
Tikolevu adds the policy is aimed at addressing the problems within rather than having it put outside.