The Intergrated Personnel & Payroll Information System (IPPIS)
The World Bank
The World Bank works to reduce global poverty by working to achieve the Millennium Development Goals, which call for the elimination of global poverty through the implementation of sustainable development.
The World Banks works to:
World Bank - The Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System (IPPIS)
MRL worked with a West African Government to implement a public service reform program starting with a number of Ministerial Department and Agencies (MDAs). The reform focused on a minimum set of critical reforms issues across the board that would later provide a platform for subsequent reforms. A critical component was the ability to manage services of the establishment and payroll within the context of public service productivity and constraints of government revenues, priorities, and budget.
The previous incumbent processes in place constrained availability, reliability, and timeliness of essential management information necessary to attain desired performance and productivity goals that the public service provided to the Nigerian public. Diagnostic work was undertaken, and the key recommendation identified by the federal government was the quick deployment of and integrated personnel and payroll information system (IPPIS).
The Bureau of Public Service Reform (BPSR) was mandated to coordinate the reform process within the government, and also had oversight responsibility for the project. The purpose of the IPPIS project was to procure and implement and integrate solution that would:
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