2. So far, the remuneration for outsourcing services is paid with the basic salary of the organization on which people are taken on a subcontracting basis through an agency in accordance with the 1999 tariffs and for data controllers and data entry operators @ Rs. 4500 / – or rs. 4000 / 2. The Government has taken note of the fact that outsourcing agencies do not pay persons employed through the agencies the total remuneration indicated in the above-mentioned G.O. In view of the above, departments are invited to check whether the increased remuneration is paid to persons employed through the agencies and, in the event of non-compliance with the remuneration, the departments are invited to take action against the outsourcing agency. The services are informed that they are also held responsible for the reduction of payments if they do not regularly monitor the payment of remuneration to persons employed through the agencies. 8. The outsourcing agency shall be responsible for the payment of remuneration to each person by the Agency before the expiry of the prescribed period. 2. The specific guidelines on outsourcing or outsourcing method and qualifications of subcontracting agencies have not been imposed by the government, which has given rise to numerous complaints about the way outsourcing is currently taking place.
4. The president`s order shall be respected for all appointments to the outsourcing. ORDER: The government has decided to outsource support services to government services in order to obtain a good quality of services. 2. Outsourcing help desks are two types: the first is the outsourcing of civil servants and the second is the outsourcing of functions. The outsourcing of civil servants is extensively dealt with in the G.O. read above. The issue of outsourcing activities is not addressed in the GOs above. It is therefore decided to adopt guidelines in this regard. 6. All services receiving staff for outsourcing through the Agency should strictly monitor the above amounts and ensure that employed persons are reached.
The identification and award of works to an agency should be carried out in a transparent manner through an open call for tenders. The commission to the Agency is granted in addition to the remuneration set out above. The Agency should be selected on the basis of the most competitive commission rate they offer and the department should monitor the remuneration set out above, which reaches the people who are taken to work through the Agency. . . .