The National Service Scheme (NSS), has directed all user agencies and other stakeholders to make all payments, including the 20% and 10% administrative service charges, to the scheme through the Ghana.Gov platform.
This is in pursuit of the government’s vision of digitizing the economy and modernizing revenue collections.
Ghana.Gov is a digital service and revenue collection platform created to provide a single point of access to Government of Ghana services for the public sector.
A press statement signed by the Deputy Executive Director of the National Service Scheme, Gifty Oware-Aboagye, said “heads of user agencies and other stakeholders are informed that invoices and other supporting documents which spell out the simple step-by-step procedures for using Ghana.gov for payment have been emailed to them and are therefore entreated to refer to such documents for convenience.”
“Management by this statement urges all user-agencies and other stakeholders to adopt the Ghana.Gov payment platform and comply with this new directive for an easier, hassle-free, transactional experience as we all contribute to enabling the government of Ghana to fulfil its goal of creating a cash-lite economy.”
User agencies have been asked to contact the NSS Headquarters accounts office on 0554404422 for any further information or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The platform, Ghana.Gov, will also serve as a digital service and revenue collection platform.
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