GHANA’S FINANCE MINISTRY SETS UP AN ADVIAORY BOARD
ACCRA — An 11-member Advisory Board for the Ministry of Finance (MoF) has been inaugurated to provide advice on policies and operational strategies, as provided for under Section 39 of the Civil Service Act, which states that all Ministries are mandated to establish Ministerial Advisory Boards.
According to the Act, the purpose of the Advisory Boards is to promote constant interaction between the Ministry and its stakeholders and provide advice on policies and operational strategies.
The Board at the Finance Ministr is chaired by Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta, who urged the members of the board to respond to ensure that the policies and programmes of the Ministry deliver the expected outcomes.
He welcomed the opportunity to work with the board members, who represent some of the Ministry’s key stakeholders, to enrich decision making whilst strengthening their working relationship.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK