New Year Message from the AG. CEO of PPA

It’s the beginning of a New Year (2021) and I would like to say Happy New Year to all our stakeholders and the general public. 2020 was a tough year globally as the world was hit with the COVID-19 Pandemic. Businesses, Organizations, and Governments had to quickly adapt and navigate through these challenging times to […]

Setting the Standard Right – Tender Preparation and Evaluation Workshops Organized

The Public Procurement Authority (PPA) has organized six (6) training workshops on the preparation and evaluation of tender documents using the Revised Standard Tender Documents (STDs) for Goods, Works, Consultancy and Technical Services. A total of 649 participants took part in the six training workshops.   These 4-days-a-week workshops were held at the Crystal Palm Hotels[…..]

Assessment of Procurement Activities of Public Procurement Entities

The Public Procurement Authority is mandated under Section 3 (d) of the Public Procurement Act, 2003(Act 663) as amended to “monitor and supervise public procurement and ensure compliance with statutory requirements”. In fulfillment of this mandate, the Public Procurement Authority is hereby serving notice of the annual assessment of procurement activities for 2020. Your organization[…..]

Register for the upcoming Electronic Procurement System (GHANEPS) Training

ATTENTION: Registered Service Providers (Supplier, Contractor, Consultant)!!! Take advantage of any of the upcoming training sessions to get yourself ready to use the newly deployed Ghana Electronic Procurement System (GHANEPS). GHANEPS is being rolled out in phases and will be the only way for Public Procurement in Ghana very soon. Hence, the commitment from Government[…..]

Guidelines to Public Entities on the conduct of procurement during the shutdown period as a result of COVID-19

31st March, 2020 The Public Procurement Authority pursuant to its mandate under Section 3 of the Public Procurement Act 2003 (Act 663) as amended by the Public Procurement (Amendment) Act 2016 (Act 914), and mindful of its oversight responsibilities as the Regulator of Public Procurement in Ghana, hereby provides the following guidelines to aid in[…..]

e-Procurement – Phase II in the offing

Following the launch of Ghana’s Electronic Procurement System dubbed “GHANEPS” by the Vice President H.E Dr Mahamudu Bawumia on April 30, 2019, the Public Procurement Authority continues to strive in its efforts to digitize the public procurement in the country. This comes in the wake of Ghana’s national agenda to digitize the economy in order[…..]

PPA organizes Contract Administration workshops

The Public Procurement Authority (PPA) has organized two sessions of Contract Administration Workshops for goods and works for procurement practitioners, review committees and personnel of oversight bodies at Crystal Palm Hotels on 25th-28th November, 2019 and 3rd -5th December 2019. The workshop was targeted at personnel who undertake day to day Contract Management in their[…..]

Gambian Delegation visits PPA

A six-member delegation from the Gambia Public Procurement Authority (GPPA) has paid a working visit to Ghana to familiarise themselves with the country’s procurement processes, spearheaded by the Public Procurement Authority (PPA). The delegation led by Abdoulie Tambedou, Director General of the GPPA shared experiences in public procurement with the various departments of the PPA[…..]

PPA holds review workshop on standards for tender documents

The Public Procurement Authority, PPA, has held a workshop to review its guidelines and standards tender document for framework agreement and to build a more robust oversight function of independent government institutions and Parliament. This, according to the PPA, is within the wider context of the Ghana Beyond Aid vision to improve economic governance and[…..]