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Trancop Transforming Covid-19 from crisis

Ghana, as part of its Trancop policy framework, is pioneering the PanaBIOS bioscreening and risk-based reopening protocols to advance the African Union’s Open Corridors Initiative and the Africa CDC Public Health Corridors program. PanaBIOS leverages the BioCordon platform, developed by African technologists and AI thinkers. The reference implementation is based on the AU Open Corridors DABBIT protocol and delivers improved analytics in the contagion monitoring, events surveillance, port clearance, travel screening, and health security management systems of nation states and sub-national entities. Download file to Read more

 

Ghana Deploys Digital Technology to Ensure Safe Reopening

Press Release

His Excellency, the president of Ghana, laid out a multi-stage COVID-19 recovery plan based on Science and Date. This program has been extremely successful in containing mortality and severe infections.

MS. GEEK GHANA 2020 CALL FOR APPLICATION

Templates

Template for Smart Workplace Rollout

 

As part of the government effort to roll out a Virtual Office for public institutions during this partial lockdown period, NITA under the auspices of the Ministry of Communications and its partners has rolled out SmartWorkplace for use as its Virtual Office.

The onboarding of the public institution is currently ongoing, in this regard all public institutions are required to provide some information to aid this process.

 

Download the template to be populated and send back to NITA by close of business on 6th April, 2020.

Please contact the following for any clarification in populating the template.

 
Andrew Laryea (0243065778)
  1. Bless Bonuedie (0243348584)

  2. Dorothy Kumi (0207917179)

  3. Yaw Oti-Boateng (0273633235)

  4. Abena Sebe (0204521880)

  5. Yaw Antwi ( 0274099697)

National Information Technology Agency (NITA)

Official:+233 299 009 340

Cell:+233 243 065 778

Whatsapp:+233 243 065 778

Email: andrew.laryea@nita.gov.gh

Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) Broadcasting Policy

Ghana signed the Geneva 2006 (GE06) Agreement establishing the digital terrestrial broadcasting plan in the bands 174 – 230 MHz and 470 – 862 MHz at the Regional Radiocommunications Conference (RRC-06). The agreement requires signatory countries including Ghana to migrate from analogue television broadcasting to a digital TV platform by 17 June 2015.

 

 

Policy

Terrestrial Television broadcasting has been in analogue since the launch of TV services in 1965 until 2008 when a pilot terrestrial digital video broadcasting system (DVB-T) was installed by GBC in Accra.  In 2009, commercial terrestrial digital video broadcast was authorised and launched by Skyy Digital (now First Digital) in Accra and Takoradi.

Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) Broadcasting Policy

Ghana signed the Geneva 2006 (GE06) Agreement establishing the digital terrestrial broadcasting plan in the bands 174 – 230 MHz and 470 – 862 MHz at the Regional Radiocommunications Conference (RRC-06). The agreement requires signatory countries including Ghana to migrate from analogue television broadcasting to a digital TV platform by 17 June 2015.

 

 

Bidding document for Procurement of Vehicles

Bidding Document for the Procument of Rehabilitation of selected Post Offices in the Northern Region

Bidding Document for the Procument of Rehabilitation of Bolgatanga Post Office in the Upper East Region

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