FG threatens to stop MDAs salaries over payroll system default

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FG threatens to stop MDAs salaries over payroll system default

FG threatens to stop MDAs salaries over payroll system default

The Federal Government has threatened to stop the salaries of some Ministries Departments and Agencies (MDAs) or individual employees if they fail to comply with the Human Resource Module of the Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System (IPPIS).

The Head of the Civil Service of the Federation (HoCSF) Mrs. Winifred Oyo-Ita issued a circular condemning failure to affected departments to update their records despite an earlier circular that required them to.

“In addition, many MDAs are yet to send their structures for upload and the list of their IPPIS Role Players as per the circular under reference, thereby denying their employee’s access to the Portal for the record update,” the circular said in parts.

According to her, the online record update is a key requirement for the implementation of the HR Module of IPPIS and must be completed by every employee of the Federal Government for his/her records to be maintained on the IPPIS platform.

January 19 is deadline for affected MDAs to forward the soft copies of the required information to a specified online address.

All federal government workers have until 22 january to update their records on www.verification.ippis.gov.ng.

The OHCSF website has guidelines.

“Please note that failure of any MDA and/or employee to comply with the content of this circular will lead to stoppage of the salary of the entire MDA and/or employee on the IPPIS platform,” the circular said.

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