The Accountant General succeeded in connecting 5,200 organizations to digital payments, Marasini says – we are becoming paperless soon.

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At a time when digital payments are expanding in the country, the Comptroller General’s Office (FCGO) is seen in front of the government agencies.

It is digitizing the transactions with other agencies, businesses and 753 municipalities from doing all the payment work related to itself.

According to Madhukumar Marasini, Controller General of Accounts, 90% of the transactions he does are done digitally.

Appreciating this digitization work, the Comptroller General’s Office has awarded this year’s National ICT Award 2021 (Public Sector).

On Sunday, the government announced the winners of the ICT Award 2021. The Comptroller General’s Office (FCGO) has been honored by the National ICT Award 2021, Public Sector for digitizing the payment and receipt of government funds.

“Currently, more than 90 percent of the payments made by the government of Nepal are being transferred electronically,” Marasini said while talking to ICT News, “There is no possibility of the check being cut.”

He said that 90 percent of the government’s budget of more than 14 trillion is being transferred to electronics funds. He said that 100 percent digital payments will be made within the next year.

He said that 90 percent of the government’s budget of more than 14 trillion is being transferred to electronics funds. He said that 100 percent digital payments will be made within the next year.

The General Accounts Office is not only making payments for its office, but it is conducting digital transactions in 753 municipalities through a software called Sutra.

The ‘custody’ of the formula is also in the General Account. If their budget is distributed only through all sources system, then the municipality should also report from the same sources.

Likewise, business of G to B or B to G, (Governance to Business) is also being done electronically. For example, all government duties, fees, and taxes have been digitized.

He said that such transactions are facilitated not only through the banking system but also through various mobile wallets.

In addition to improving your organization to create a ‘digital pregnancy’, any system related to the government, especially those related to finance, such as paying taxes, paying revenue, paying fines, and paying duties can also be paid through the wallet. It was the Accountant General who created the system by giving API.

‘What else can be more transparent, efficient and effective than this,’ Marasini says, ‘We are moving forward as a leading organization in creating digital governance. This results in effective and government transparency.’

The General Accountant manages all transactions under the Government of Nepal in an integrated manner. This organization is connecting the entire country’s economy with technology.

The General Accounting Office has now succeeded in connecting 5,200 government institutions to digital payment services, while government payments made through banks and other means will also receive funds according to the same criteria.

Mahalekha has used network virtualization and site recovery management technology in data centers for the first time in Nepal to keep data safe.

Likewise, the latest version of Oracle 19C has been used in the database management system.

The General Accounting Office has now succeeded in connecting 5,200 government institutions to digital payment services, while government payments made through banks and other means will also receive funds according to the same criteria.

The organization is using TSA for single account system, CGAS for computerized government accounting system, PAMS for public asset management, RMIS for revenue management information system, Sutra for local accumulated fund management system and CTUG platform rajshwa.fcgo.gov.np for revenue payment portal. has come

The Comptroller General’s Office has connected the transactions of important government institutions including Internal Revenue Office, Public Service Commission, Company Registrar’s Office, Passport Department to online payment.

As a result, the need to stand in long queues and pay money has not only ended, but the revenue has also increased and the cost has been reduced. Currently, 90 percent of government payments are being made online.

Due to this, along with increased revenue collection, there has been pressure for transparency and accountability in government payments.

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