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GACC Builds Capacity of Media, CSOs to Empower them Intensify Advocacy on Procurement Issues >

Procurement processes in both public and private sectors, more often than not have been fraught with myriad of challenges ranging from leakages and lack of transparency.

This lack of transparency in the procurement processes over the years has resulted to losses to many institutions.

The role of the media, CSOs in Agyapa deal >
Ghana is one of the African countries endowed with lots of resources that could be used to grow the economy. It is the leading producer of gold in Africa that accounts for a significant portion of government’s revenue, hence, the well utilization of the available resources brings about development that reduced unemployment and poverty rates in the country. 
Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition calls for fair hearing for Domelevo >
The Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC), has urged the President to set-up a Commission of Inquiry to investigate allegations levelled against Mr Daniel Yao Domelevo, Auditor General by the Board Chair of the Ghana Auditor Service.
Publish procurement data - public institutions told >
The Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC) has charged public institutions to make full disclosure of their procurement data to the public.
Coalition of CSOs Working in Governance Visits Speaker of Parliament >
Six-member delegation from the Coalition of Civil Society Organizations working in the area of governance, has called on the Speaker of Parliament to explore ways by which Parliament and Civil Society can collaborate effectively to push the democratic development agenda of the country forward.
Shining more light on public procurement; a case for Open Contracting Data Standard in Ghana >
On the average, it is estimated that governments around the globe spend about $9.5 trillion through contracts every year for a myriad of projects, but often, detailed information on such contracts are unavailable for public scrutiny.
Pragmatic Approach Needed To Fight Corruption - GACC
Government urged to implement Emile Short Commission Report
REJOINDER: “EOCO HAS FAILED IN CORRUPTION FIGHT – OSAFO MARFO”
GACC strategic plan to enforce all anti-corruption laws
Value for Money guidelines in the offing — Senior Minister
21 CSOs petition government over GH¢ 2.75bn procurement cash
Ofori Atta Petitioned To Provide Details On Alleged Gh¢2.75bn Procurementsavings
Name and shame institutions who fail to implement NACAP - Ayamdoo
GACC To Sensitise Public On DRM For Efficiency In Revenue Utilization
GACC organises procurement workshop for multi-stakeholders

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