Zero Tolerance Against Corruption & Fraud

Zero Tolerance Against Corruption & Fraud The Public Procurement Authority of Ghana (PPA) is on a campaign against corruption and all forms of graft practices relating to Public Procurement. All Public Officers including PPA Staff are expected to deliver their services in accordance with high ethical standards. Please report any PPA Staff or officials of […]

Fictitious Organizations Awarding Contracts

Important Public Caution – New Information:   The Public Procurement Board or Authority does NOT: Procure for or on behalf of any Governmental Entity. Award any contract for or on behalf of any Governmental Entity. Invite tenders for or on behalf of any Governmental Entity The General Public and all visitors to our Website are[…..]

Ghana’s Public Procurement-A Benchmark For The African Sub Region

The Public Procurement Authority will be hosting the Commonwealth Public Procurement Network (CPPN) in a two-week Study Tour on Benchmarking, Monitoring and Evaluation in Ghana. This Study Tour on Benchmarking, Monitoring and Evaluation was part of a communiqué that emanated from the Second Commonwealth Public Procurement Network (CPPN) held in Accra, Ghana. The programme which[…..]

The African Network of Experts in Public Procurement

Public Procurement Experts and Practitioners from almost all forty-five nations in Africa as well as representatives from development agencies like the World Bank, Africa Development Bank and others, are gathered at the capital city of Togo, West Africa for the creation of the much awaited Network of African Experts and Practitioners. As a follow-up to[…..]

Health Sector Procurement in Ghana: Weaknesses and Opportunities

The Health Sector has made significant strides in its quest to ensure that appropriate products are available for service delivery at all levels. However, there are weaknesses inherent in the process of procuring goods, services and works in the Sector that need to be addressed. The Public Procurement Authority Assessment exercise in 2016 revealed a[…..]

Reflections on Act 633 as Amended: A Year On (Part 2)

This article focuses on the perception of the Public Procurement Act 663 as amended from a practitioner’s point of view. In view of this, an interview was conducted with the Procurement Manager for the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority Mr Benjamin Baidoo. Below are excerpts from the interview. Q4. How has the amendments affected the practice[…..]

Reflections on Act 633 as Amended: A Year On (Part 1)

This article focuses on the perception of the Public Procurement Act 663 as amended from a practitioner’s point of view. In view of this, an interview was conducted with the Procurement Manager for the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority Mr Benjamin Baidoo. Below are excerpts from the interview. Q1. Were you in support of the Amendment[…..]

Secrets Of Submitting Winning Tenders

Pay attention to the basics: Presentation and orderliness is very important Page numbering, spell-check and a grammar check should be very well done. Use numbered sections and clear headings Provide an index, or a section divider to ensure that the evaluating panel can locate thighs easily. Get someone who did not write it to prove[…..]

News: CEO Wins 2 Awards

C.E.O of PPA, Dr. A.B Adjei sweeps two prestigious awards at APSCA 2018 The Chief Executive of the Public Procurement Authority Dr. A.B Adjei on April 20, 2018 received two prestigious awards at the Africa Public Sector Conference and Awards (APSCA) 2018 held at the Radisson Blu Hotel & Convention Centre in Kigali, Rwanda. The[…..]