The National Service Secretariat, a year after the implementation of a paperless deployment system, says it has helped reduce difficulties personnel encounter when going through the registration and deployment processes.

 The Scheme Online System was introduced in 2018 to help reduce cost, minimise human intervention, human errors and the inconsistencies in data reporting and analysis in postings.

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Speaking on Adom FM’s Dwaso Nsem show, Friday,  National Service Corporate Affairs Director, Armstrong Essah explained that the secretariat can now boast of achieving the desired results for introducing the paperless system.

“Our paperless system is king because it has reduced the delays and possible errors which would make data readily accessible to the National Service Secretariat for effective personnel registration and posting,” he said.

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“We now run a smooth digital paperless system where personnel can access their dashboard and choose their own appointment date when they can come to our office to begin their registration process,” he added.

Mr Essah, while commenting on NSS postings, urged personnel to be willing to undertake their national service because it is mandated by law and one can be denied a job opportunity if a person refuses to undertake the service both in the private and public sector.

Source: | Gertrude Otchere