The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has distributed office equipment to all ten (10) Regional Football Association’s (RFA’s) aimed at enhancing administrative work at the regional level.
Each RFA is expected to receive;one HP Desktop Computers,one HP Scanjet Enterprise Scanner,one HP LaserJet M402N printer,one APC UPS 1000VA and one internet Turbonet (4G Wi-Fi)
At a symbolic presentation to RFA Chairmen from the Greater Accra and Volta regions, GFA President Kurt ES Okraku explained that the equipment is to help members of the Association to effectively communicate among themselves and to ensure that registration of players was decentralized.
“In the beginning of the year we announced that our FA intends to fully assess the benefits of FIFA forward 1.0 and 2.0 and we did make a big pronouncement at Congress that we are looking at expanding our IT infrastructure in order to communicate effectively with all our members.”
“The 10 RFAs, 48 Division One League clubs, 16 Women’s League clubs and 18 Premier league clubs will all be beneficiaries of these IT investments”, the GFA President stated.
RFAs have also been allocated with official email addresses from the GFA’s Microsoft Office 365 platform.