Government will be establishing an electronic dashboard to promote information sharing among the various ministries.

The initiative is in collaboration with the National Development Planning Commission (NDPC).

The dashboard will be a platform where information will be shared and enhanced among the various ministries, department and agencies (MDAs).

It will also help communicate information and changes in government programmes to multiple audiences promptly.

The Minister of Monitoring and Evaluation at the Office of the President, Dr Anthony Akoto Osei said with the introduction of the dashboard, ministers could sit in the comfort of their offices and access data on government programmes.

This he said could be done electronically, without having to demand for voluminous hardcopy reports.

The minister, who expressed concern about poor service delivery in the country, disclosed that government was working with the NDPC to develop the first National Evaluation Policy.

The evaluation policy is to promote service delivery.

He said the government was determined to bring transformational change, improve the economy, and create jobs to enhance the livelihoods of the citizens in a sustainable manner.

“One way to attain transformational change and achieve the vision of Ghana beyond Aid is through real time monitoring and evaluation to drive rapid results of our priority policies and programmes,” he said.