The Volta River Authority (VRA) showed class at the second Ghana Procurement and Supply Chain Awards (GHAPSCA) by scooping five awards.
This is the second consecutive time the authority has been awarded for consistently demonstrating leadership and innovation in the Procurement and Supply Chain industry.
The award ceremony, which was organised by Distinct Wave, sought to honour and celebrate outstanding achievements of teams, stakeholders and individuals who have demonstrated unparalleled ability to succeed and continually set standards of excellence in the Procurement and Supply Chain profession.
Awards received by the VRA included; Excellence in Public Procurement (Gold), Best in Public Procurement & Supply Chain Compliance (Gold), Innovative Use of Technology in Public Procurement and Supply Chain (Silver), Procurement & Supply Chain Team of the Year: Public Sector (Silver), and Public Sector Supply Chain Leadership Award – Ing. Emmanuel Antwi-Darkwa, CEO – VRA.
Present to receive the awards for VRA were Mr Ebenezer Tagoe, Deputy Chief Executive (Finance); Mrs Miriam Lartekai Darke, Director, Procurement; Dr Mrs I. Stella Agyenim-Boateng, Director, Human Resources; and some staff of the Procurement Department.
The event was graced by high-profile personalities, including the Minister of State in-charge of Public Procurement, Sarah Adwoa Safo, Chief Executive Officer of the Public Procurement Authority, and procurement professionals in both public and private practice.