The Ghana National Association of Teachers through its subsidiary, the GNAT Teachers Fund has issued a statement to it's members. The notice is to draw attention to the Controller and Accountant General's Department (CAGD) changes expected to be made on the E-payslip and how that will affect loan processing and other transactions from next month onwards.
The statement says "Effective November 2021, the Controller and Accountant General's Department (CAGD) is expected to introduce changes on both the E-payslip and TPRS platforms."
The release clarified that due to the changes to be effected, members will no longer be required to attach Loan Advance, Authority Notes and Deduction forms when applying for Loans or Contribution adjustments.
From next month November 2021, the new E-payslip platform will be introduced and members will receive a One Time Passcode (OTP) for every mandate generated. According to the statement released via the GNAT Fund, the mandate numbers and their corresponding OTPs are required for transactions to be booked on the new TPRS platform.
Due to the upcoming changes, the Union has urged it's members to ensure that, those who are yet to get their Bio or biography pictures uploaded unto the E-payslip platform are to contact the Heads of their Management Units and ensure that they are validated.
All members who are yet to update their mobile phone numbers on the E-payslip platform are entreated to take the necessary steps to do so by contacting the heads of their Management Units.The Union said.
The statement also entreats it's members to kindly remind all members that their telephone numbers and 'Bio Pictures "are very critical to the entire process of loan applications, fund membership registration and increments in monthly contributions.
"For any further information, members should kindly contact, the Head of their Management Units or the CAGD offices across the regions and districts". The statement said.
Sources: GNAT Online
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