The Accounts Wing is responsible for accounts and internal controls. There is an increasing emphasis on cost control within the Commission, in part due to the limited budget available.
The Administration Wing provides administrative and logistical support to the Commission and its employees. Its mandate includes general office management, transport management, assets management, and security and safety.
The Human Resources Wing is involved with the planning and assessment of the number of employees and the skills mix that is needed. It is also accountable for the review, design and drafting of job descriptions for current and prospective vacancies, as well as for the recruitment of talent. Once an employee is recruited, the department reviews their performance on a regular basis through performance appraisals. To improve the efficiency levels of CCP officers and staff, each employee is required to undertake relevant training sessions and development programmes.
The Commission is working on an increased digitalised process management system, spearheaded by the IT Department. A digital forensics laboratory has been set up with basic equipment already in place. The Department is able to perform some forensic work but needs more funds to enhance capacity