Namadi stated this on Wednesday while highlighting some of his achievements after 100 days in office at the Government House, Dutse.
He said the introduction of a personnel payroll verification exercise is part of the present administration’s efforts to improve service delivery.
Gov Namadi explained that the idea behind the IPPIMS in the state is to get value for the state’s money and is also part of Phase One of the IPPIMS implementation by the state government.
He said the exercise has nothing to do with retrenchment or witch-hunting anyone but is rather meant to enhance the efficiency of the state’s civil service.
He added that the exercise will allow the state government to know the exact workforce and its gap.
“Without accurate data, the government will not be able to plan well on how to implement the agenda blueprint and recruit more civil servants to fill the available gaps.
“The benefits of the IPPIMS to the state include efficiency, data accuracy, timely disbursement of salaries, transparency, cost savings, and data security,” he said.
He urged the state’s workers to give the necessary cooperation for the success of the exercise.
Gists Villa earlier reported that the massive retirement and employment embargo put in place by the previous administration has paralysed civil service in the state.