Headlines

19 July, 2022 -- CCMA Heads of Departments/Units Meeting

14 June, 2022 -- CCMA supports Persons-With-Disabilities (PWDs)

10 June, 2022 -- Cape Coast Metropolis observes Green Ghana Day

7 June, 2022 -- CCMA meets leadership of Transport Unions

31 March, 2022 -- CCMA receives Public Utilities Regulatory Commission

30 March, 2022 -- Hon. Nana Kweku Awuku re-elected as Presiding Member

11 March, 2022 -- Mayor commissions modern classrooms block

6 March, 2022 -- Cape Coast marks Ghana's 65th Independence Day

17 February, 2022 -- Cape Coast readies for 65th Independence Day

15 February, 2022 -- Mayor hands over Kakumdo CHPS Compound

14 February, 2022 -- Sharing Love the Right Way - A Valentine's Day Seminar

7 Dec, 2021 -- Management and Staff of CCMA hold 2021 Durbar

17 Oct, 2021 -- CCMA Members approve MCE-nominee Ernest Arthur

6 October, 2021 -- For a second time, CCMA Members deny MCE-nominee

27 Sept, 2021 -- CCMA Members deny Metro Chief Executive-nominee

14 May, 2021 -- Sensitization for School Feeding and Food Vendors

21 April, 2021 -- CCMA holds 8th General Assembly Meeting

25 Aug, 2020 -- HR Department organizes seminar on Report Writing

18 April, 2020 -- CCTU donates to CCMA

Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly

Procurement Unit

Profile

The main legislation that regulates and governs public procurement in Ghana is the Public Procurement Act 2003 (Act No. 663) (the Act) as amended by the Public Procurement (Amendment) Act 2016 (Act 914) (the Amendment Act). The promulgation of the Act was an integral part of Ghana’s Public Financial Management Reforms and good governance initiative, which sought to instill propriety and accountability in public sector financial management and expenditure.

The Act regulates the procurement of goods, works and services financed, in whole or in part, from public funds and the disposal of government stores. All government agencies, institutions and establishments in which the government has a majority interest are mandated to comply with the Act. According to the Act, the head of a procurement entity of a Metropolitan shall establish a procurement unit within the entity and shall be headed and staffed by qualified procurement personnel. The head of a procurement entity shall appoint a head of procurement of the procurement entity who shall be the Secretary to the Entity Tender Committee.

The Procurement Unit is therefore an office instituted in accordance to the Public Procurement Act 2003 (Act No. 663) (the Act) as amended by the Public Procurement (Amendment) Act 2016 (Act 914) (the Amendment Act) to oversee the activities of all procurement in the Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly. The office is responsible for the acquisition of Goods, Works and Services in the Assembly.