Virtually all state employees are now enrolled in a digital paycheck system, state officials announced Tuesday. The change eliminates the need for the state to print paper statements.
In a press release, Comptroller Kevin Lembo and Administrative Services Commissioner Donald DeFronzo said that about 51,500 state workers will now access their paychecks via “ePay,” an electronic system.
The transition will save the state around $70,000 annually and more efficiently manage the state’s resources, the statement said.
“This completed transition to digital pay statements means more sensible use of our materials and workforce,” Lembo said.
DeFronzo said the paperless pay checks will help to “better utilize available technology, resulting in a more efficient and productive use of our limited resources.”