State employees who work abroad will receive electronic payroll

The National Treasury (TN) put into operation the Project of Payments in Electronic Payrolls of Foreign Currencies, whichIt will allow public employees who work abroad to collect their salaries automatically.

Luis Rafael Delgado Sánchez, national treasurer, indicated in a press conference at the headquarters of the institution that it has already started with the employees of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Mirex) who provide services abroad and to date 60 percent of the percent and with the Ministry of Tourism (Mitur), that 100 percent has already been achieved.

In both institutions to date 1,653 transactions have been made with a total of 684 benefited employees for payroll payments for a value of US$4.8 million from the beginning of the application of this payment method, he stated.

This automated payment model will cover the salaries of permanent and contracted personnel, representation expenses, and compensation for personal service abroad.

The official also maintained that It is contemplated to include students studying abroad through scholarships from the Dominican State, and who receive a subsidy payment for their stay while studying outside the national territory.

This system allows the registration and payment of payroll, both in dollars and eurosin a safe, agile and transparent way, he argued.

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