In a memo signed by Kwasi Kwaning-Bosompem, the Acting Controller & Accountant-General of Ghana, the Controller and Accountant General’s Department (CAGD) has officially released the salary payment date for the month of December 2023 for all salaried workers on the Government of Ghana’s payroll system.
The memo emphasizes that all parties and stakeholders involved should take note of this crucial announcement. It reads, “Notice has been given that the year 2023 salaries and wages of civil servants, the Ghana Education Service (GES), and all other public servants paid by the Controller & Accountant-General’s Department will be paid on the dates indicated below.”
For the month of December, salaries and wages for civil servants, the Ghana Education Service, and other public servants will be disbursed on the 20th of the month. Employees can expect the funds to start reflecting in their respective bank accounts from this date.
The Controller and Accountant General’s Department reassures all concerned parties that any changes to the specified dates will be promptly communicated to the Ministries, Departments, Agencies, Assemblies, and respective banks to ensure transparency and efficiency in the salary payment process.
As an entity, the Controller and Accountant General’s Department is committed to providing Public Financial Management Services to the Government and the general public. This commitment is upheld through the efforts of efficient, skilled, well-motivated, and dedicated staff who leverage the most appropriate technology to deliver their services.
This announcement serves as a valuable resource for all government employees, offering clarity on the specific date they can expect to receive their salaries in December. As the year comes to a close, this information allows individuals to plan and manage their finances effectively, ensuring a smooth transition into the festive season.
In conclusion, the Controller’s disclosure of the December salary payment date reflects the department’s dedication to transparency and timely communication. It is proof to their ongoing commitment to providing reliable financial services to both the government and the citizens of Ghana.