e-Governance programme to begin in Ghana
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e-Governance programme to begin in Ghana

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The Government of Ghana has accessed a World Bank loan to enable it to implement the e-Governance programme.

This programme aims to bring efficiency into all sectors and improving revenue collection for development. To access the World Bank loan, the Ministry had to hasten the e-Governance process for parliament's consent and that a committee had been set up to fine-tune its implementation as stated by Professor Mike Ocquaye, Minister of Communications. Under this programme, government would apply information technology to activities of all ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) as a means of bringing efficiency into the sectors and also to check loopholes that brought about collection of low revenue.

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