Investigating and Addressing the Requirements for Building Integrity in the Public Sector Information Systems in the ICT Environment. Ghana Case Study: Personnel Records.

Abstract

Andrew Griffin and Pino Akotia conducted case study visits in August 2006 and in February and March 2007. The methodology for the case study comprised two parts: collecting qualitative information by interviews and through documentary research, focusing on public sector reform, electronic governance initiatives, payroll and personnel processes and records and information management; and gaining an understanding of the information flows between the human resources functions and payroll by an examination of systems and procedures. The study reports on personnel records management and the Integrated Personnel and Payroll Database (IPPD) system used in Ghana.

Citation

International Records Management Trust, 66 pp.

Investigating and Addressing the Requirements for Building Integrity in the Public Sector Information Systems in the ICT Environment. Ghana Case Study: Personnel Records.

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