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Haryana govt implements e-salary project

The Haryana government has implemented an e-salary project in the state to have an effective control on salary disbursement to its employees and have a complete database of such payments.

The project will be implemented through the Department of Treasuries and Accounts, a spokesman of the Finance department said adding that necessary software for this purpose had been developed by a team of officers from Haryana Unit of National Informatics Centre (NIC).

The project has already been implemented at Treasury level from the month of January, 2012, and would be extended up to the sub-treasury level within the current financial year.

He said, “the new system requires the Drawing and Disbursing Officers (DDOs) to prepare their salary bill online and transmit the same to treasury.

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