The Minister of Finance and Budget, Calixte Nganongo, visited the autonomous payroll counting center of the Army and the Gendarmerie on Saturday, February 24, 2018 in Brazzaville (Republic of the Congo), along with his fellow in charge of national defense, Brigadier General, Charles Richard Mondjo.
The center is a fruit of the cooperation between Congo and France and aims at mastering the number of military men and constables, so as to avoid experiencing more cases of fraud noticed in the law enforcement officers payroll in 2006. The center has a payroll software, with two programs , a countdown program and an operating one, said Pascal Fonteneau, a national of France, who is the designer of the software and also made a presentation on it. s
According to him , the software is protected by six features : the password, the number of buttons for control and validation, and the information research capacity so as to detect possible allowance stealers. At the end of the presentation, the Minister of Finance and Budget said that he was happy about the presentation and the job done by the Center, which has been on an experimental phase since May 2016. He wished the software would be as reliable as possible so as to reduce payroll frauds, that cause the loss of the State income, by getting it rid of deserters, fictive people and deceased ones.
« The task of mastering the number of civil servants has already been jointly carried out partly with my colleague of the civil service and reform of the state, Aime Wilfrid Bininga, for state civil officers. I would the job be underway with the involvement of the Minister of Defense, who is here, as regard law enforcement officers pay», said the Minister of Finance and Budget, honourable Calixte Nganongo.
At the end of the presentation, the two ministers visited the building R+1 hosting the Center, guided by the executive director of the finance administration, the Commissioner in Chief -first class, Eugene Alain Yves Aignan Mpara, along with the head of harpoon section Harpon of CADS, Captain Claude Roger Dussaud.
Press department of the Ministry of Finance