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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.

Daily Exchange Rate

Date: 11.12.2019

Currency Buying Selling
USD/GYD 207.97875 210.45468
GBP/GYD 274.03280 277.50554
CDN/GYD 157.06847 158.89033
EUR/GYD 230.39886 233.35215
TTD/GYD 31.36932 31.68380
XCD/GYD 78.13750 78.92083
BBD/GYD 105.48563 106.54313
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National Budget

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.

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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.

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