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ELEVATE Procurement Conference The Office of Public Procurement Policy in the Ministry of Finance and the Public Service presents the inaugural ELEVATE Procurement Conference scheduled for April 23-25, 2024 at the Montego Bay Convention Centre. Register MOFPS INSIDER The MOFPS Insider is a quarterly publication created to highlight the major projects executed during the previous quarter. Subscribe to get a new edition every quarter. Read More National Budget 2024 The National Budget is everybody's business because it impacts every Jamaican. Learn more about the National Budget and win amazing prizes! Learn more Jamaica - OGP National Action Plan Jamaica - OGP National Action Plan 2024-2025 (Draft) (January 2024) (For Public Consultation). Kindly review and send your feedback to Richard.Lumsden@mof.gov.jm. Learn more SCHOLARSHIPS The Ministry of Finance and the Public Service invites
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The Government of Jamaica (GOJ) is committed to creating a working environment that supports employees in delivering high quality services to the people of Jamaica. The New Compensation system came into effect April 1, 2021 Beneficiaries
Government of Jamaica Circulars Take a look at the Circulars published by the Ministry of Finance and the Public Service. 2024 Circulars NCB Unclaimed Balances Section 126 of the Banking Services Act requires the publication of the following data in a newspaper at least two (2) times over a one (1) year period. This will give persons the opportunity to claim these monies. If these monies remain unclaimed at the end of the year, they will become a part of the revenues of the Jamaican Government. Learn more

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Public Sector Leave Arrangements regarding COVID-19. Learn More

COVID-19 Vaccine Senior Citizen Incentive. Learn More

Budget

The nation’s budget is our business at the Ministry of Finance and the Public Service. As a part of our mandate to manage Jamaica’s economic wellbeing, the budget is a major part of our fiscal direction.

Office of the Public Procurement Policy

The Office of Public Procurement Policy is established and governed by The Public Procurement Act 2015 and is the Government of Jamaica’s institution responsible for developing and implementing public procurement policies, and monitoring the performance of the public procurement system.

Public Investment Appraisal Branch

The Public Investment Appraisal Branch (PIAB) is the single point of entry for all projects destined for the Public Sector Investment Programme (PSIP) , and is responsible for pre-investment project appraisals.

Revenue Appeals Division

The Revenue Appeals Division is an independent entity, mandated to hear and conclude appeals by taxpayers who are in disagreement with a decision of a Revenue Commissioner in relation to their tax liability or customs valuation.

Budget

The nation’s budget is our business at the Ministry of Finance and the Public Service. As a part of our mandate to manage Jamaica’s economic wellbeing, the budget is a major part of our fiscal direction.

Office of the Public Procurement Policy

The Government of Jamaica has strengthened its public sector procurement system with the April 1, 2019 entry into force of Jamaica’s first legislative framework on public procurement.

Public Investment Appraisal Branch

The Public Investment Appraisal Branch (PIAB) is the single point of entry for all projects destined for the Public Sector Investment Programme (PSIP) and its functions, and is responsible for pre-investment appraisal.

Revenue Appeals Division

The Revenue Appeals Division is an independent entity, mandated to hear and conclude appeals by taxpayers who are in disagreement with a decision of a Revenue Commissioner in relation to their tax liability or customs valuation.

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More Than USD 1.7 Trillion In Public Procurement Opportunities Available Through Regional Trade Agreements and the WTO GPA

Philippe Pelletier, Legal Affairs Officer at the World Trade Organization (WTO) has announced that USD 1.7 Trillion in value of the market access is available annually under the WTO Government Procurement Agreement (GPA). He was speaking during the second day of the Elevate Procurement Conference which is being held at the Montego Bay Convention Centre from April 23-25, 2024.

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Scotia Bank CEO Urges Collaboration and Partnership In Public Procurement

Public and private sector entities are being urged to foster an attitude of collaboration and partnership ahead of the revolutionary changes being made to the public procurement process in Jamaica. The call came during the opening ceremony of the Elevate Procurement Conference held at the Montego Bay Convention Centre on Tuesday, April 23, 2024.

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Jamaica, International Financial Institutions, Donors Collaborate on Establishing a Programmatic Approach to Finance Climate Needs

The Government of Jamaica (GOJ), the Development Bank of Jamaica, the Green Climate Fund (GCF), Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the World Bank Group, European Investment Bank as part of Team Europe, USAID, and the United Kingdom, are discussing a framework to establish a ‘Blue Green Facility’ –a blended financing structure–of up to USD 500 million over five years, which would include a contribution from the Government of Jamaica. Such a programmatic approach will help catalyze climate finance by introducing systematic, coherent, and scalable approaches towards adaptation and mitigation needs.

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