BRISIN Salary Structure 2022: Do you want to know how much the employees of Nigeria’s Basic Registry and Information System (BRISIN) are paid?
If so, you’ve come to the correct place. BRISIN is one of Nigeria’s highest-paying parastatals, and we’ve covered key information about BRISIN Salary Structure 2022 in this post.
About Basic Registry and Information System in Nigeria (BRISIN)
In Nigeria, the Basic Registry and Information System is an integrated and all-encompassing system for the collecting, storage, and distribution of data and information to support economic management and socioeconomic growth.
It enables and ensures the frequent and ongoing examination and management of Nigeria’s population and administrative institutions. Wards, Local Government Areas, and States of the Federation shall have access to BRISIN data and information.
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BRISIN Salary Structure 2022
According to a circular issued by the National Salaries, Incomes and Wages Commission (NSIWC) for the implementation of the new national minimum wage, school-leavers who enter the Service on Grade Level (GL) 04 Step (S) 1 will be paid N242,994 annually, while officers at the top of the Public Service on GL 17 – S1 will be paid N4,183,600 annually.
According to former NSIWC Chairman Chief Richard Egbule, the table, which was authorized by former President Goodluck Jonathan, will take effect on the date the President signed the new N18,000 minimum wage in March.
“The President of the Federal Republic has approved the modification of the Consolidated Public Service Salary Structure (CONPSS), with effect from March 23, 2011,” he remarked when introducing the table.
Check back for updates on how much the federal government will pay BRISIN employees. The Nigerian federal government owns the BRISIN system. BRISIN is not a private corporation.