Procurement Committee

The Procurement Committee shall:

(a) Advise the Association on procurement matters.

(b) Develop proposals for procurement plans.

(c) Ensure the execution of procurement plans.

(d) Maintain a register of suppliers.

(e) Work in tangent with the Tender Committee and the Tender Evaluation Panel which a shall be appointed by the National Executive Committee.

(f) Ensure that procurement processes comply with the Public Procurement Act 2016 (Act 914).

Members presently include;

1. Moses Robertson Anyigba, Chairman
2. Patrick Tetteh, Secretary
3. Squadron Leader Bismark Asare
4. Kate Botchwey-Mensah
5. Rita Donchiir

Transport Committee

The Transport Committee shall:

(a) Make any recommendation to National Council for their consideration on the transport needs of the Association;

b) Determine the transport needs of the Association;

c) Determine the transport needs of general membership in terms of personal vehicles;

d) Have oversight of the maintenance and insurance of the vehicles.

Members presently include;

1. Alhaji Abukari Alhassan, Chairman.
2. Oppong Kwaku Davis, Secretary.
3. Mercy Apandia
4. Kofi Adams Mensah
5. Kingsley Osei-Sarfo

The Youth Committee

The Youth committee shall;

(a) Oversee all youth-related work and activities of the Association

b) Provide a formal mechanism for the Association to consult with and seek strategic advice from the youth of the Association.

c) Promote positive recognition of the youth to reflect their professional development and enhancement.

d) Provide the youth with better understanding of strategic policies and positions of the Association on national issues.

e) Establish youth-related priorities and programs for recommendation to the National Executive Committee and the National Council.

f) Present quarterly and annual reports to the National Executive Committee and the National Council.

Members presently include;

1. Prince Opuni Frimpong, Chairman
2. Lauretta Kartey, Deputy Coordinator
3. Laurena Naa Atswei Blaber, Secretary, Southern Zone Coordinator
4. Philemon Adu Brempong, Middle Zone Coordinator
5. Sabastian Kpibaaryiiri, Northern Zone Coordinator

Women and Gender Committee

The Women and Gender Committee is one of the newest and exciting committees under the leadership of Perpetual Ofori Ampofo when she first assumed power.

Their functions as mandated by yhe constitution says the committee shall;

(a) Develop and implement women and gender action plans to create opportunities and improve the status of women in the Association.

(b) Promote all women and gender-related work and activities of the Association.

(b) Serve as an advisory body to the Association on women and gender issues at the work place.

(c) Provide information to the Union based on data from monitoring the implementation of policies concerning women

(d) Recommend programs designed towards enhancement of the role of women in society and to prepare them to effectively lead in their professions.

(e) Present quarterly and annual reports to the National Executive Committee and the National Council.

The members presently include;

1. Anna Korley Nartey, National Coordinator
2. Margaret Ofori, Deputy National Coordinator
3. Diana Hans Wilson,
Middle Zone representative
4. Joyce Yegeyia, Northern zone representative
5. Tracy Sedudzi Kpeglo
Southern zone representative