The policy objective of the Biometric system is to capture the true identity of government employees through a Human Resource management Information System using finger prints identification card that is difficult to duplicate or forge.
This process has helped the government of Liberia in identifying ghosts and other duplications on the payroll, a release from the CSA said.
CSA, a central human resources management institution of the Government with a mission to build a Civil Service that has the capacity, competence and motivation to deliver sustainable and good governance said it is committed as part of it reform strategy to continuously work with the relevant Ministries and Agencies in cleaning the payrolls.
The Agency, in a communication to Finance Minister Amara Konneh said the 69 persons should be removed from the government of Liberia payroll immediately.
The CSA said some of the affected Ministries and Agencies include: Ministry of Education, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Postal Affairs, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Public Works, John F. Kennedy Medical Center, Ministry of National Defense and Ministry of Youth and Sports.
The Agency said when these names are deleted it will “curtail the extra unnecessary expense for government”.
The CSA details the reason for the deletion as abandonment of job, resignation/dismissal, and death, Pension, transfer, multiple payrolls with different Identification cards and retirement among others.