The Attorney General’s Office requests information from Colpensiones on the new pension system

Following the doubts that persist over the implementation of the new pension model in the country, The Attorney General’s Office asked the entity for information on the changes for the entry into operation of the country’s new pension model. This, following concerns on the part of citizens about the issue of pensions.

In this case, Colpensiones must report on the acquisition, migration and implementation times the current system is ready to address the transition brought about by the change in the country’s pension model.

The Attorney General’s Office also asked Colpensiones
What have been the improvements? In terms of technological infrastructure, it has implemented measures to go from managing information from 6.5 million to 25 million members.

Besides, Questions were raised about the capacity of technological platforms to support the current volume of operations and the need to update and expand its capabilities to respond to new demand.

Besides, and with the aim of guaranteeing the rights and resources of Colombian members and pensionersThe Attorney General’s Office also requested information on the number of requests for issuance and correction of employment history filed, attended to and pending response between the second half of 2023 and so far in 2024.

That being the case, Colpensiones must send the information requested by the Attorney General’s Office together with the established schedule for the implementation of the new pension model, within a period of no more than 10 days.

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