Chairman and other Members of the Board of Directors CEO, Management and Staff of GUYOIL Representatives of the Media Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen Good afternoon! First, let me thank Ras Camo for that lovely Guyanese patriotic song, “Oh Beautiful Guyana”. That song keeps reminding us of what a blessed place Guyana is, especially in light of the devastation wreaked on The Bahamas by ... [+]
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The Student Loan Agency was established in 1994 by the Government of Guyana, to enable all students who have been accepted but are financially unable otherwise, to attend the University of Guyana. Loans are issued to all Guyanese students for all undergraduate programs offered by the University and are granted on the fulfilment of loan criteria. Learn More.
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Address by the Hon. Minister of Finance On the Occasion of the Launch of the Budget 2020 Sensitisation and Training Sessions
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We discuss the importance of the National Budget to the population, particularly taxpayers and why you, the citizen, should know about the annual budget. To view budget speeches and estimates go here.
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The objective of the Office of the Budget within the Ministry of Finance is “to foster strong economic development through effective management of the economy and more specifically public finances”. Learn more about the OoNB here.
The National Procurement and Tender Administration was established in accordance with Section 16 (1) of the Procurement Act 2003 which came into effect in November 2004, with the signing of the Order by the Minister of Finance.
The mission of NPTA is to facilitate the establishment and implementation of regulatory environment conducive to transparency, economy, efficiency, openness, fairness and accountability in public sector procurement.