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GHRIS Kenya : Get Your Payslips, KRA P9 Forms, Pension Contribution Details

Organisation : Government of Kenya
Facility Name : Get Your Payslips, KRA P9 Forms, Pension Contribution Details
Country : Kenya
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What is GHRIS?

The Government Human Resource Information System (GHRIS) is a Human Resource Information System (HRIS) developed by the Government of Kenya.

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The main objective of GHRIS is to provide a One-Stop-Shop HRIS for management of all Human Resource (HR) aspects in Government. It is aimed at providing a “from entry to post exit” centralized, web based, self-service information system for HR managers and individual employees.

GHRIS Serves The Following:
** Ministries and State Departments
** Uniformed Services
** State Corporations and Semi-Autonomous Government Agencies (SAGAs)
** Counties (both Executive and Assembly)
** Constitutional Commissions and Independent Offices
** Third-Party Organisations (e.g. Banks, SACCOS, Micro-Finance Institutions, Insurance Companies, Pensions Schemes)

How To Get Payslips/Contribution Details Online?

To Get Your Payslips, KRA P9 Forms, Pension Contribution Details , Follow the below steps

Step-1 : Go to the link
Step-2 : Enter the User ID
Step-3 : Enter the Password
Step-4 : Click on Login button

1. This password-box is case-sensitive, meaning that despite the similarity in spelling, the words (Boyman, BOYMAN, boyman, BoyMan, boyMan, or any other variation on the same word) are all treated as distinctly separate passwords.
2. Keep your password secret for the safety of your information and this shared platform – security begins with you.

How To Reset GHRIS Password?

Follow the below steps to Reset Your Password (If you have forgotten your password).

Step-1 : Go to the link
Step-2 : Fill the online form
Step-3 : Click on Submit button

Validation of Government Human Resource Information System Upgrade:
Principal Secretary, Mrs. Mary Kimonye, yesterday led the State Department in validating the first software prototype of the ongoing Government Human Resource Information System (GHRIS) upgrading exercise at the Kenya School of Government, Nairobi.

The Principal Secretary led Heads of Departments and the GHRIS Implementation Committee in reviewing the prototype that has been developed by the GHRIS Software Upgrading Taskforce (GSUT).

The taskforce demonstrated the software prototype to the validation team and explored the detailed interface of the software. In her remarks, the Principal Secretary emphasized the importance of GHRIS in delivering on the key mandate of the State Department as well as managing the HR function of the public service.

She urged the GHRIS Implementation Committee to fast track the development of all key modules required for full upgrade of the system so that it can be rolled out for use.

The Director of Management Advisory Services, Mr. David Kanji, said that GHRIS needs an upgrade to enable the consolidation of HR data across all relevant systems in the public service and to ensure the data is accurate and reliable. He noted that upgrading GHRIS is necessary to ease access to the consolidated data which will in turn improve management and policy decision making.

The GHRIS taskforce committed to complete the upgrading exercise in time for external stakeholder validation before rolling it out for implementation.

Present in the workshop were various Heads of Departments including the Principal Administrative Secretary, Mr. Steve Ndele; Secretary Human Resource Policy, Mrs. Mary Maungu; Technical Advisor to the Cabinet Secretary, Mr. Titus Ndambuki and Huduma Kenya Secretariat C.E.O, Mr. James Buyekane.

GHRIS Contact

Help: 020-2227411 Ext-406; ghrishelp AT

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  1. I can’t access my October payslip

  2. KRA P9 Forms I FORGET THE P9 Forms password please l need help.

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