67 entries inadvertently included in performance tracker – Govt

The Government has acknowledged that after the performance tracker’s launch, 67 entries were inadvertently added to the list of projects that were highlighted.

The Ministry of Information tweeted its gratitude to the public for their strong interest in the tracker.

“Following the successful launch of the Performance Tracker, the Government expresses gratitude for the remarkable interest and scrutiny from citizens.

“This level of engagement demonstrates the public’s commitment to ensuring the accuracy and integrity of the information provided. Within 48 hours following the launch, our attention has been drawn to 67 entries which were erroneously included,” the tweet concluded.

The government unveiled the Performance Tracker on Wednesday, April 10, with the goal of encouraging accountability and openness in the execution of infrastructure projects around the country.

Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, the Minister of Works and Housing, underlined the launch’s importance in improving accountability and transparency in infrastructure projects across the nation.

He pointed out that the tracker resolves long-standing issues with project presentations’ dependability and correctness, especially when it comes to the usage of artists’ impressions to illustrate results.

The tracker at the moment showcases over 13,000 projects nationwide.

The MP for Ofoase-Ayirebi said the tracker is an upgraded version of the Delivery Tracker previously outlined by Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia in 2020, adding that it aids in tracking the progress of various projects across the nation.

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