[EXPLAINED] IPPIS Salary Structure in Nigeria
The Integrated Personnel Payroll System is a public payroll system developed by the World Bank and adopted by the federal government in 2007 to improve the transparency and accountability in the management of personnel payroll.
The Integrated Personnel Payroll System operates under the office of the Accountant General of the Federation and is charged with the payment of salaries, removal of deductibles, and management of government’s payroll.
The IPPIS has about 600 MDAs that have enrolled as of June 2020. The IPPIS department is charged with the processing of salaries of federal government workers in all MDAs that have been captured.
The IPPIS has also been engaged In controversies recently especially with the Academic Staff Union of Universities who have blamed the platform for shortchanging them and removing deductibles that they did not subscribe to.
IPPIS salary structure
According, to the Salaries, Income, and Wages Commission, the Integrated Personnel Payroll System uses the Consolidated Public Service Salary scheme (CONPSSS). The harmonized salary for the Integrated Personnel Payroll System is as follow;
Grade level 8 (Step 1-9) – N79,000 to N97,000
Grade level 9 (Step 1-6) – N82,000 to N131,000
Grade level 10 (Step 1-6) – N87,000 to N139,000
Grade level 12 (Step 1-6) – N98,000 to N147,000
Grade level 13 (Step 1-6) – N114,000 to N158,000
Grade level 14 (Step 1-5) – N135,000 to N195,000
Grade level 15 (Step 1-5) – N256,000 to N291,000
Grade level 16 (Step 1-5) – N342,000 to N467,000
Grade level 17 (Step 1-3) – N499,000 to N656,000
The IPPIS is a department under the Office of the Auditor General of the Federation. IPPIS carries out its duties in collaboration with other government agencies such as the Ministry of Finance, Office of the Head of Civil Service, Auditor General of the Federation, and all MDAs enrolled on its platform.
Presently, the Director-General of the Agency is Dr. Ben Nsikak who is responsible for the day to day operations of the agency under the supervision of the Auditor General of the Federation.
The IPPIS operates optimally with the help of the various departments that work together with the director-general of the agency. The following are the department under the Integrated Personnel Payroll System.
- Admin and Human Resource
- Finance and Account
- Information and Communication Technology
- Inspectorate and Compliance
- Technical office
- Research office
- Corporate Planning
- Internal Audit
- Public Affairs
- Legal and Council Affairs
- Standardization, Certification, and Consultancy
Other important info about ippis
What is IPPIS?
IPPIS is an integrated Personnel Payroll System that was introduced by the World Bank and adopted by the Federal Government of Nigeria in 2007, to improve the efficiency and transparency in the management of Payroll.
How to generate a payslip on IPPIS?
To check the payslip:
- Login to the IPPIS portal here
- Select admin or subordinate mode and a list of all the workers in your MDA will appear.
- Select the payslip date and month
- Click generate
Who introduced IPPIS to Nigeria?
The IPPIS is a world bank project that was adopted by the Federal Government of Nigeria in 2007. The project was launched by the World Bank as part of its attempt to effect public sector reforms, especially in developing countries.
Who is the DG of IPPIS in Nigeria?
The Current Director of IPPIS is Dr. Nsikak Ben. He is charged with the day-to-day operations of the agency, in collaboration with the Auditor General of the Federation.
How many digits is the IPPIS number?
The IPPIS number is a unique number that is attached to each employee on the IPPIS platform. The number must be at least 8 – 20 characters long and must not be special characters or emojis.
How does IPPIS pay salary?
The IPPIS pays salary after the monthly meetings of the revenue mobilization committee. Although there is no specific start or an end date, typically, salaries are paid between 26 – 28 of each month.
- Fishon Amos writes on Education, Rankings, Wealth, Technology, Politics and others with Explain.com.ng. He has published several articles online and hopes to keep educating people through his writings. When he is not writing, he plays chess and listen to crime Podcasts on Spotify.
- World2022.01.04Is Africa a desert? [A thorough analysis]
- World2021.12.26Is Africa a peninsula
- World2021.12.26Is Africa a developing Place? [An Analysis]
- World2021.12.26Is Africa real? [5 reasons why it is]