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Ongoing biometric registration is to optimal efficiency in payroll and eliminate all forms of leakages- NSS to personnels

The National Service Scheme (NSS) has urged it’s service personnel to comply with ongoing biometric registration in various district offices as the registration is to optimize efficiency in final payroll and eliminate
all forms of leakages in the payroll system.

This comes after there was a circulation of video on social media showing some national service personnel in queues in some of their district offices going through the biometric evaluation process.

In the said video, some service personnel and sections of the public have asked questions and demanded
explanations for the exercise.

According to NSS, the exercise is to ensure that they achieve optimal efficiency with their final payroll and eliminate
all forms of leakages at the entry point to their monthly payroll, as done with their regional registration
process last year which continues to save the Government critical funds on an annual basis.

They added that, they have deployed extra support to their district offices to ensure a
smoother process over the coming days, to speed up the process, and to complete it in good time to
enable payment of the outstanding allowances.

Read full statement from the NSS issued by the AG. Director of Corporate Affairs, Ambrose Entsiwah Jnr.

Friday, February 23,2024


PRESS STATEMENT

ONGOING BIOMETRIC EVALUATION PROCESS IN THE DISTRICTS

The attention of the Management of the National Service Scheme (NSS) has been drawn to a video in
circulation on social media showing some national service personnel in queues in some of our district
offices and going through the biometric evaluation process.

Subsequently, some service personnel and sections of the public have asked questions and demanded
explanations for the exercise.

Even though we had pre-informed service personnel about the process, we deem it necessary to offer
further explanations considering the huge concerns and interests the video in circulation has generated.

We are aware of early delays at our district offices with the initial rollout. Still, we wish to assure all stakeholders that this is part of the early fine-tuning process essential for the overall improvement of our system. While our district officers have undergone extensive training, we kindly ask for patience as they adapt to this new process, which will ultimately lead to a more seamless experience for all.

In December last year, we announced the launch of our phase II biometric evaluation process for our
district offices.

This is to ensure that we achieve optimal efficiency with our final payroll and eliminate
all forms of leakages at the entry point to our monthly payroll, as done with our regional registration
process last year which continues to save the Government critical funds on an annual basis.

To address the current challenges, we have deployed extra support to our district offices to ensure a
smoother process over the coming days, to speed up the process, and to complete it in good time to
enable payment of the outstanding allowances.

While appreciating the understanding and co-operation of our service personnel during this transitional
period, we wish to assure all, of our unwavering commitment to providing services that deliver the
highest level of efficiency to all our stakeholders in the country.


Thank you.


Signed
Ambrose Entsiwah Jnr.
Ag. Director, Corporate Affairs