- Saturday, 22 July 2017
The Commissioner-General of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) wishes to inform the general public that the Public Auction involving Sales of Vehicles at the Wa Collection of the Customs Division of GRA scheduled for Thursday 20th July, 2017 already published in the Ghanaian Times, Daily Graphic and The Business and Financial Times newspapers has been postponed to 31st July to 1st August, 2017.
Any inconvenience caused is very much regretted.
- Monday, 19 June 2017
THE GHANA REVENUE AUTHORITY HEREBY SERVES NOTICE OF THE FORMATION OF A TASK FORCE TO RECOVER ALL UNPAID TAXES, DUTIES AND LEVIES OWED THE CUSTOMS DIVISION.
TO AVOID ANY EMBARRASSMENT ALL INDIVIDUALS, COMPANIES, ORGANISATIONS OR INSTITUTIONS INDEBTED TO THE CUSTOMS DIVISION IN THE FORM OF ANY TAX LIABILITY ARE HEREBY REQUESTED TO PAY UP IMMEDIATELY OR CONTACT THE COMMISSIONER, CUSTOMS DIVISION TO ARRANGE FOR AN ACCEPTABLE MODE OF PAYMENT.
DEBTORS ARE TO TAKE FURTHER NOTICE THAT THE TASK FORCE WOULD APPLY ALL THE AVAILABLE MEANS UNDER THE LAW TO RECOVER THE STATE REVENUE INVOLVED FROM ALL DEBTORS WHO FAIL TO PAY UP AFTER THIS PUBLICATION.
- Thursday, 15 June 2017
Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has presented a mechanised borehole with overhead water tank for the people of Agortime Kpetoe Township in the Agortime-Ziope District in the Volta Region to ease difficulties they have with getting access to potable water. Over 1,500 residents of Agortime Kpetoe are expected to benefit from the water project. The project was constructed in conformity with the Corporate Social Responsibility programme of GRA which is targeted at helping deprived communities.
In an interview, the Assistant Commissioner in charge of Communication and Public Affairs of GRA, Mr. Robert Nana Mensah said it became necessary to embark on the project after a distress plea from the opinion leaders of the community and assessment of the needs of the community where GRA’s training school (Academy) is located.
He said that GRA was committed to complementing government’s efforts to improve the living conditions of the people in the country, especially in the areas of culture, education, health and sanitation. The Commandant of the GRA Academy, Mr. Appiah Warden Jnr. charged the beneficiaries of the project to maintain the facility to last longer. Nene Akoto-Sai VII (the War Lord of Agortime Kpetoe), on behalf of the people of Agortime Kpetoe, expressed his gratitude to GRA for the gesture.
The Acting Commissioner-Customs Division, Mr. Isaac Crenstil urged the people to form a Water Committee to ensure that the borehole was maintained properly to prevent it from deteriorating prematurely.
A similar project was also commissioned at the GRA Academy Girls’ Hostel by the Commissioner, Support Services Division, Mr. Fred Charles Anson. He noted that the facilities would help solve the water problems the students and residents faced.
Also present were some Deputy and Assistant Commissioners of GRA, Rev. Father Amevenku Moses, St. Stephens Catholic Church- Agortime Kpetoe, Hon. David Dickson Dzokpe - the District Chief Executive Nominee for Adaklu - Ziope District, the traditional rulers and opinion leaders of the community.
- Monday, 08 May 2017
Consultancy Services for the Forensic Audit into the provision of the real time monitoring of the loading and export of crude oil request For Expression Of Interest (EOI) (INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVE TENDER)
The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) intends to apply part of its budgetary allocation to fund eligible payments towards the cost of selecting Consultants to do forensic audit into the provision of the real time monitoring of the loading and export of crude oil in floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) units.
OBJECTIVE OF THIS ASSIGNMENT
The main objective of this engagement is to examine and evaluate the financial information in the provision of Real Time Monitoring System of Loading and Exporting of Crude Oil for the 2011 to 2016 financial years as per Section 17 of the Petroleum Revenue Management Act, 2011 (Act 815).
To provide an independent assessment and certification of petroleum revenue due the Republic of Ghana for 2011-2016 fiscal years.
The Ghana Revenue Authority therefore invites eligible firms (“Consultants)” that have been in practice for a minimum of five (5) years to indicate their interest in providing the services. Interesting Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the services (description of similar assignments, experience in similar assignments, availability of appropriate skills among staff etc.) by providing proposals with information that indicates the following:
• Company Profile
• Profile of key personnel
• Experience in assignment of comparable scope that has been undertaken in recent times/List of clientele base
• Evidence of good corporate membership of the requisite professional bodies (where applicable)
• Valid Tax Clearance Certificate (applicants in Ghana)
• Valid SSNIT Clearance Certificate (applicants in Ghana)
• Company Registration Certification (applicants in Ghana)
• Company Registration Certificate Renewal (applicants in Ghana)
• Most recent three (3) years Audited Financial Statements
• Key short CVs of proposed staff (detailed CVs are not required at this stage)
• Contact details of the key person
Short listing of experienced consultants would be done in accordance with the procedures and guidelines set out in the Public Procurement Act, 2003 (Act 663) and the Public Procurement Amendment Act of 2016 (Act 914) of Ghana.
Expression of Interest marked “FORENSIC AUDIT OF MONITORING SYSTEM OF THE LOADING AND EXPORTING OF CRUDE OIL” must be delivered in sealed envelopes to the address below not later than 15:00GMT on the 6th June, 2017
ADDRESS FOR SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
THE AG. COMMISSIONER-SUPPORT SERVICES DIVISION (SSD)
GHANA REVENUE AUTHORITY
4TH FLOOR (TENDER BOX BY THE SECURITY DESK)
GHANA REVENUE AUTHORITY
HEAD OFFICE – STARLET ’91 STREET
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