Ajumako - Enyan-Essian
Summary of Findings
The Ajumako Eyan Essian Assembly scored 41per cent in the overall assessment of its performance, based on the GAS audit findings. Strengths: The Assembly showed a strong performance in project planning and implementation, especially in involving communities and other stakeholders to identify projects and in evaluating bids and awarding contracts. Weaknesses: The audit, however, revealed gaps in how the Assembly procures and engages contractors, monitors and supervises the execution of projects and makes payments to contractors. It also shows the fail-projects and makes payments to contractors. It also shows the failure of the assembly to conduct project completion evaluation.
• Bid advertisements should be published in at least two newspapers as required by the Public Procurement Manual. • All activities relating to the tendering processes should be documented. • The Assembly should conduct regular monitoring and super-vision of projects and keep documentation of such activities. • All PVs should be vetted by the Internal Audit Unit before payments are made. • Conduct detailed checks on the contractors’ valuation of work performed before PVs are raised and payment effected
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