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Civil service employees’ biometric registration launched

Civil service employees’ biometric registration launched

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Feb 17, 2019 - 17:37

KABULinfo-icon (Pajhwok): The Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission (IARCSC) has begun registration biometric data of all civil employees, a process which would be completed and help better human resource planning, according to a statement on Sunday.

Human Resources Information Management System (HRIMS) was officially started today by registering Ahmad Nader Naderi, head of the commission as first person, the statement said.

“Registration and storing accurate information of civil service officers in a central information system helps better human resources planning and employment anticipation,” the source said.

According to IARCSC, the HRIMS registers a civil service officer’s name, nickname, father’s name, grandfather’s name, identity card number, gender, date of birth, place of birth and current residence.

The system also registers email address, phone number, educationinfo-icon level, education field and information about the job.

The statement said an officer’s fingerprint, retinal ID and photo would be also registered in the HRIMS.

IARCSC said Afghanistaninfo-icon currently had around 424,000 civil service workers and the HRIMS system would determine the number of civil service officers.

Based on this system, name, nickname, father’s name and bank account number would be added to the officer’s bank card and that information would be synched with payment system of the Ministry of Finance, the source said.

It said only eligible civil service workers would be able to receive their salaries and ghost sources of money receivers would be stopped.

Ahmad Nader Naderi, IARCSC head, said, “We needed comprehensive and effective systems for better planning, economic and social development in the country as well as provide stable procedure for information system,”

He said the problems civil service officers faced in traditional systems would not resolved with the new information system.

Creation of HRIMS is a significant development in Afghanistan’s civil and state administration that makes the country standardized in this specific area, he said.

Naderi said that the system would be expanded to the Ministry of Education and other government organs after it was fully implemented in IARCSC.

This system was designed by an experienced team of Afghans with the cooperation of Central Statistics Organization and Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, he concluded.

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