What is IPPIS

The Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) is one of the Federal Government Financial Reform Programs with the aim of creating a centralised database system for Nigerian Public Service with single, accurate source of Employee information that provides integration with other business application such as (GIFMIS, REMITTA). I
PPIS maintains all detailed payroll, fringe benefit, and personnel information. From a payroll perspective, the system’s primary objective is to ensure prompt, accurate payments to all Government employees. The system performs all gross-to-net calculations, including computation of the tax deductions, union dues, PFA etc.


2006-The project was approved by the Federal Executive Council and commenced in February 2006 using the World Bank facility to finance the pilot phase I.

2007- The project went live in April, 2007 with seven (7) pilot MDAs

2008- The project implementation and management was transferred to the office of the Office of the Accountant General of the federation (OAGF) in October, 2008 fromBureau of Public Service Reforms

2009- Pilot MDAs increased to 11

2010- The Federal Executive Council (FEC) in December, 2010 approved the service – wide implementation of IPPIS for enrolment of 1.2million Public Servants across 475 MDAs

2011- IPPIS Phase 11 implementation commenced on September, 2011

2014- 263, 385 Government Employees in 388 MDAs enrolled and paid via IPPIS

Our Mission

To pay FGN employees on-time and accurately within statutory and contractual obligations

Our Vision

To be receptive and responsive to FGN employees' payroll needs.


Provide a Centralized Database to aid Governments manpower planning and decision making.
Facilitate automation & storage of Personnel Records to support monitoring of staff emolument payments against budget.

Prevent wastage and leakages by ensuring staff remuneration is based on factually correct information.

Ensure prompt payment of salaries directly to Employees Account with appropriate deductions and remittances of 3rd party payments (e.g. Tax, Pension, Cooperatives, Union Dues and Bank