Paper Title
The Impact of Human Resource Management Information System (HRMIS) and it Score Modules in the Government of Afghanistan: A Case Study of Malaysia, Kenya & Georgia

Human Resource departments deal with large amounts of information. For example, performance management, recruitment management, training and development management, attendance management, etc. As such, management of these information has become a key component in organization. As result our reliance on HRMIS is more apparent than ever. Thepurpose of this paper is to identify the need and the importance of HRMIS in Government of Afghanistan. Furthermore, this paper discus different modules (functions) in HR sectors to highlight the root causes of effectiveness of HRMIS. This study also presents comparison of different core modulesusing case study of Malaysia,Kenya and Georgia in order to propose aframework for the better analysis of HRMIS modules and satisfaction of the Government of Afghanistan. To identify the level of needed modules, we also provide the summary of case study of Malaysia, Kenya and Georgia. Finally, this study adds the expected outcome of implementing HRMIS system. Note: [1], [5], [7], [8], [9] use HRIS (human resource information system), [2], [4] use HRMIS (human resource management information system) and [3] use GHRIS (government human resource information system). These two words HRMIS and HRIS represents same meaning in this paper. Keywords - Human Resource Management Information System, Impact, Government of Afghanistan, Case study, Module