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Mubasher: The Iraqi Ministry of Planning confirmed today, Friday, that it continues to work on creating a personnel database.
Abdul Zahra Al-Hindawi, spokesman for the ministry, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that the work has continued since the formation of the Statistical Committee in the Diwani Order (55), which includes representatives from the Ministries of Interior, Finance, Communications, Financial Supervision, the Prime Minister's Office and the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers.
Al-Hindawi pointed to the formation of mobile teams that visit ministries and agencies not associated with ministries and governorates in order to explain the system and the mechanism for working with it and also to assist ministries in preparing data for their employees.
He added that data entry is continuing in this system, which aims to build a comprehensive database on state employees that gives accurate figures on the number of employees and details of the employee.
Al-Hindawi stated that this system will contribute to drawing an accurate financial policy based on accurate numbers related to employees, as well as addressing all the problems that the functional body suffers from.
Al-Hindawi indicated that the committee will conduct an experiment for the system in the Ministry of Education because it is the largest ministry in terms of the number of its employees and has formations in all parts of Iraq and thus conduct an experiment in education, explaining that the system will be in the form of building an electronic platform and on the basis of this electronic platform and after completing the state data, the salaries will be launched through Notify the Ministry of Finance to boost salaries for all state institutions.
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