Meet the Press with the Ministry of Communications

The Ministry of Communications (MoC) is focused on utilizing Telecom/ICTs to improve the efficiency of service delivery with particular attention to rural and underserved communities, digital and financial inclusion, gender parity and opportunities for the youth through the nurturing of new businesses, improving efficiencies of existing businesses, creation of job opportunities, facilitation of ICT-based entrepreneurship and securing our cyber space for the realization of the SDGs.

The Ministry therefore plays a strategic role within the national development agenda.

Clarifications to Requests from Bidders

U.S.-Ghana Cyber Study Visit

Bidding Document1 for Digitization - RGD 16Aug18

Request for Expressions of Interest

Reference No. eTP/RComp/1.6.2

The Government of the Republic of Ghana has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the eTransform Project, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services.


Hon. Minister's Statement to Parliament on the Implementation of a Common Platform

Statement to Parliament on the Implementation of a Common Platform for Telecommunications Traffic Monitoring, Revenue Assurance, Mobile Money Monitoring and Fraud Management


Invitation for Bids - eGovernment Network Connectivity in Ghana


Issuing date of the IFB: May 25, 2018


The Republic of Ghana

Ministry of Communications

e-Transform Project

e-Government Network Connectivity in Ghana

Credit No IDA 5304-GH

IFB No: eTP/RComp/2.2.3

1. This Invitation for Bids (IFB) follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for this

project that appeared in UNDB issue No WB5553-11/14 of November 4, 2014.

2. The Government of Ghana has received a Credit from the International Development

Association toward the cost of the e-Transform Ghana Project, and it intends to apply

part of the proceeds of this credit to payments under the agreement(s) resulting from this

IFB: Service Provider for E-Government Network Connectivity (GovNet) in Ghana on an

IRU basis.

Common Platform - Setting the Records Straight

Date: 18th May, 2018 - The attention of the Ministry of Communications (MoC) has been drawn to an article released by IMANI Ghana, containing a litany of misinformation about the ministry, its mandate under the law and its conduct in fulfilment of such mandate.

The MoC, by this statement, would like to set the records straight. As of 2009, the National Communications Authority, (NCA) and the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) had different regulations in accordance with their mandates to enhance oversight and revenue generation monitoring activities. As a result, each agency contracted different service providers in 2010 to achieve their objectives. In 2013, the government consolidated these regulations in the Communications Service Tax (Amendment) Act, 2013 (Act 864) to benefit from the synergy of using a single platform.