To allocate resources based on the Government’s
priorities and its macroeconomic and fiscal policy
goals; and to promote greater economy and
efficiency in the utilization of those resources
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The main objective of the Debt Management Unit is:
“Ensuring that the financing needs of the Government
are met on a timely basis and that its debt service
obligations are met at the lowest cost over the
medium-to-long term, in a manner that is consistent
with an acceptable and prudent degree of risk”
(Public Debt Management Act 2015).
The purpose of the research and policy unit is to ensure
that fiscal and macro economic policy decisions are
well informed and have the necessary leverage, which
will ensure that good policies are made.
The Energy Division was established in 1982 within the Planning Division
of the Ministry of Finance with the assistance of the United Nations Development
Programme (UNDP). This project was implemented under the guidance and
leadership of Mr. Paul Cowlen, the Consultant/Head of the Energy Division for the
first two years.
To produce timely, reliable and accurate data
for monitoring, evaluating, planning and stimulating
social and economic development and the
preservation and safety of the environment.
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The Grenada Government Printery will provide
the highest quality printing, binding and related
services to Government Ministries and Departments
on a timely, cost-effective basis, best utilizing available
resources. The Division will also facilitate public
access to the print and digital publications of Government.
The Government of Grenada has introduced a Public
Procurement and Disposal of Public Property Act and
Regulations to formally legislate the procedures and
processes in government purchases of goods, works and
services by all public entities including Ministries and
Departments, Statutory bodies, Boards and Commissions.
To receive revenue, make payments and account for all
transactions proficiently, while satisfying our customers’ needs.
To assist in (i) securing the social, economic and
ecological environment of our country, (ii) the
collection of revenue due to government and (iii)
the facilitation of the movement of cargo and
travelers by administering all laws and regulations
relating to Customs with prudence, equity, integrity
The Inland Revenue Division (IRD) is a Division
within the Ministry of Finance and Energy and
is charged with administering the tax laws of
Grenada in a fair and just manner. It is overseen
by a Comptroller who is responsible for the Day
to day operations of the Division, subject to the
direction of the Permanent Secretary.
The Ministry of Trade, Industry, Co-operatives and
CARICOM Affairs is situated on the ground floor,
Unit No. 3 of the Financial Complex on the Carenage
St George’s. The work of this Ministry is quite diverse in
that the division of Trade and Export Development
has responsibility for facilitating trade and promoting
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