Annual Assessment Of Procurement Activities

 In accordance with Sections 3 (d) and (h) of the Public Procurement Act 2003 as amended, the Public Procurement Authority (PPA) has begun an exercise to collect data on the procurement activities undertaken by the underlisted entities for 2021, 2022 and 2023. The underlisted entities are hereby notified that they shall be visited by Teams […]

Public Procurement Authority’s Clarification: The Dark Side of The World Bank’s ‘Giveaways’ in Ghana by Bright Simons

The Attention of the Public Procurement Authority (PPA) has been drawn to an opinion article on the website of the African Report with title  “Opinion: The dark side of the World Bank’s ‘giveaways’ in Ghana”, posted on the 19th of April 2024 and can be accessed via the following link,, which is authored by[…..]

Revised Fees and Charges

It is brought to the attention of the general public that the Authority’s fees and charges have been revised. In view of this, new local suppliers are to pay an amount of GHS 500.00 for registration on the Authority’s Supplier’s Database, and an annual renewal fee of GHS 300.00. New foreign suppliers are to pay[…..]

End of Year Message – CEO of PPA

As the year draws to a close and we approach the season of Christmas and the aurora of New Year, I want to take a moment to extend my sincere gratitude to every one of you. First, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Board, Management, and staff for their hard work[…..]

Training on Preparation and Evaluation of Framework Agreement for Goods, Works and Technical Services

Course Title: Understanding the Best Practices on Preparation and Evaluation of Framework Agreement (FWA) for Goods, Works and Technical Services Overview: Framework agreement is a strategic/long-term agreement with suppliers, contractors and service providers which sets out terms and conditions under which specific procurements (call-offs) can be made throughout the term of the agreement. Framework agreements[…..]

Training on the Newly Developed Standardized Procurement Audit Framework

Course Title:      Newly Developed Standardized Procurement Audit Framework (SPAF) To Conduct/Carry Out/Execute All Procurement-Related Audit in Ghana   Date:                                                                                     Venue: 14th – 17th November, 2023                                                          Koforidua   5th – 8th December, 2023                                                               Kumasi                                                   Course Overview: To build a more robust oversight function of public entities, the Government of Ghana with funding from[…..]

Gambia Public Procurement Authority (GPPA) visits Ghana

A 13-member delegation from the Gambia Public Procurement Authority (GPPA) visited Ghana from Monday 5th June through Wednesday 14th June 2023 to study Ghana’s Electronic Procurement System (GHANEPS). The study tour took place in Sunyani, the Bono Region, the PPA Head Office and the GHANEPS Secretariat. The deputy CEO of PPA, Mr Kwame Prempeh, said[…..]

PPRA Botswana visits Ghana

On Tuesday 7th March 2023 the Public Procurement Authority (PPA) hosted a 6-member delegation from the Public Procurement Regulatory Authority, Botswana who are on a Benchmarking visit. In his welcome address, the CEO of PPA Mr Frank Mante was pleased that the PPA was their choice of destination for their Benchmarking Visit. He indicated that[…..]

End of Year Message from CEO of PPA (2022)

It’s the end of the year 2022 – a time to pause and reflect on the achievements and challenges throughout the year. It is also the time when we set some resolutions for the near or long term.  Let me first take this opportunity to thank the Board, Management, and Staff of the Public Procurement[…..]