The Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta has highlighted the performance of the economy and the commitments made by the government to stimulate economic activity. He disclosed that the government had, as of the end of January this year, released more than GH¢1.1 billion to support its flagship programmes.
Ken Ofori-Atta, Minister for Finance today made an urgent appeal to his colleague Ministers and Governors of Central Banks in ECOWAS to work together to ensure that the required financial, human, and material resources are in place for the establishment of a single currency in ...
The Instructions provide information on the procedures for the expenditures in relation to Compensation of Employees, Goods and Services and Capital Expenditures. In line with the provisions in the Public Financial Management Act, 2016 (Act 921), colleague Ministers are kindly requested to note especially the following;
The 2019-2022 Budget Calendar outlines the programs and activities for effective budget coordination and submission of government’s macroeconomic policy statement and budget to Parliament. MDAs are to note that timelines are underpinned by provisions in Public Management Act and other legislations.
Ghana’s vision of becoming a world class financial hub in the sub region will soon become a reality as Hon. Ken Ofori-Atta leads a Government Delegation on a study tour of the financial sector of Hong Kong and Singapore from February 9-14, 2018.