Treasury Division

The  division has  a number of sections under it. They include the under listed:

 

  1. Chief Cashier
    The Chief Cashier Section serves as the National Treasury, primarily to monitor the payment of revenue into the Consolidated Account, release of funds from there to all public organizations in line with the approved National Budget submitted to CAGD by MOFEP and assist Government MDAs and Servicing Treasuries to open and run bank accounts with the Bank of Ghana and other Commercial Banks.
  2. Foreign Mission
    The function of the treasuries in the Foreign Missions of Ghana abroad could be classified under the following categories: Budget Preparation, Budget Execution , Financial Statements and Reports, advise the Head of Mission on financial matters and attend to any other duties assigned by the Head of Mission or the controller and Accountant-General.
  3. Monitoring Section
    The Monitoring Unit functions involve verification and confirmation of the revenue lodged in the Consolidated Accounts by the revenue agencies, non-tax revenues generated by the MDAs and receiving returns from the MDAs. It is also responsible for ensuring that the internal controls are in place and working.
  4. Public Debts & Investment
    The PDI Section co-ordinates and supervises the control of public debt and investment. The directorate co-ordinates activities in the following Units:Data Examination and Validation ,Bank Reconciliation,  Cashiering, Loans and Advances, Data Entry  and Deposit Unit