FG is reviewing the ASUU “UTAS” payment software and is testing it today for integrity.
FG is reviewing the ASUU “UTAS” payment software and is testing it for integrity today.
ATTENTION! There are strong indications that the federal government may, at the end of the day, accept requests from the University Academic Staff Union, ASUU, through the exclusion and the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Management System, IPPIS and accept payment for the University Transparency Accounting Platform System (UTAS). developed by university professors.
According to the federal government, it can accept UTAS, which is local content, after being checked for integrity today.
This was announced yesterday by the Minister of Labor, Employment and Productivity Senator Chris Ngige after a meeting with the leadership of the Senate and ASUU, headed by its president, Professor Biodun Ogunemi.
Speaking to reporters at the end of the meeting, Ngige noted that the UTAS integrity check will be carried out in the Federation’s chief accountant office in the presence of the Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning.
According to the minister, the federal government at the end of the test could agree to UTAS if it was better than IPPIS.
Ngige said: “Today we are subjecting the University’s Transparent Accounting System (UTAS) to an integrity test at the Federation General Accounting Office in the presence of the Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning. We don’t mind accepting it, we find it more reliable because it contains more local content. “FG believes that today the payment software of the UTAS ASUU is testing it for integrity.
Source: – Vanguard
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