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The Central Warehousing Corporation was established in 1957 by an Act of Parliament.  Central Warehousing Corporation is a premier warehousing agency of the country, which provides storage facility for agriculture produce, seeds and other items to the farmers, co-operative societies, traders and Govt. Agencies.  Presently, Central Warehousing Corporation has 469 warehouses across the country.  The Central Warehousing Corporation provides multiple benefits for the welfare of the farmers.

            CWC Vigilance is headed by  Chief Vigilance Officer.  Vigilance functions in CWC are monitored by Dy. General Manager, Asstt. General Manager & Executive Engineer.  These officers are functionally reporting to Chief Vigilance Officer.

             The CVO, on the basis of the investigations carried out, provides advice to the management to bring about qualitative improvement in the functioning of Corporation.  CVO also acts as a link between the Corporation and the agencies like Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution, CVC, CBI etc. on vigilance matters and also for sharing of the qualitative initiatives suggested and implemented in the Corporation.

            The major work profile of the department comprises investigation of complaints received from Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution, CVC, individuals and other sources, preventive vigilance like surprise inspections, regular surveillance/scrutiny of procurement and contract files and CTE’s intensive examination reports, scrutiny of property returns of employees and coordination with CVC, Chief Technical Examiner (CTE), CBI, Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution.