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GRA calls for Consultancy Service to undertake Forensic Audit into 2011 to 2016 fiscal year of Loading and Export of Crude Oil

  • POSTED ON: May 10, 2017
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GRA calls for Consultancy Service to undertake Forensic Audit into 2011 to 2016 fiscal year of Loading and Export of Crude Oil

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) is allocating part of its budget to fund the cost of recruitment of experienced and skilled forensic audit consultants to participate in the monitoring of the loading and export of crude oil in the floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) unit for 2011 to 2016 fiscal year.

This initiative is in fulfilment of section 17 the Petroleum Revenue Management Act 2011 (Act 815), which is to provide an independent assessment and certification of Ghana’s petroleum revenue. The institution however invites eligible firms (Consultants) that have been in practice for a minimum of five years to indicate their interest in providing the service by outlining their qualification and relevant experience to perform the service.

They are also required to provide information on their experience in similar assignments, availability of appropriate skills among staff by disclosing proposal 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 or 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 certificate (Applicants in Ghana)
  • Company Registration Certificate Renewal (Applicants in Ghana)
  • Most Recent three(3) years Audited Financial Statements.
  • Key short CV’s of proposed staff (detailed CV’s are not required at this stage).
  • Contact details of the key person.

Interested firms must note that short listing 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 2016 (Act 914) of Ghana.

Contact Room 001 on the ground of Head Office Annex Ghana Revenue Authority, Accra from 9am to 4.30 pm on all working days (Attention: Richard Dabri on 0208696069: richard.dabri@gra.gov.gh for more details.  Submission of interest marked ‘Forensic Audit of Monitoring system of the loading and exporting of Crude Oil’’ must be 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 Service Division (SSD)

Ghana Revenue Authority

4th Floor (Tender Box by the Security Desk)

Ghana Revenue Authority

Head Office- Starlet ’91 Street

Opposite Accra Sport Stadium

 

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