Government Departments - Non-Ministerial
Office of the Governor General
The role of Governor General is a key figure in Grenada's parliamentary democracy. Learn more about the Governor General’s role and responsibilities.
Houses of Parliament
Parliament consists of the Queen, represented by the Governor General, the Senate and the House of Representatives.
The Office of the Director of Audit is established under Section 82 (1) of the Grenada Constitution, which states that there shall be a Director of Audit whose office shall be a public office.
Public Service Commission
Members of the Public Service Commission are appointed by the Governor-General for a period of three (3) years. The Commission consist of a Chairman and four other members.
Government Departments - Ministerial
Inland Revenue Division
Division within the Ministry of Finance charged with administering the tax laws of Grenada in a fair and just manner.
Financial Intelligence Unit
To prevent and detect money laundering, terrorist financing and other serious financial crimes, through collaboration with stakeholders.
Office of Public Procurement
A central facility for all public sector contracting authorities to advertise procurement opportunities and award notices.
Citizenship by Investment
Grenada’s Citizenship by Investment Programme allows individuals and their families to obtain citizenship or permanent residence.
Customs & Excise Division
All goods imported or exported must be declared to Customs. With the exception of some goods carried as passenger’s baggage or some postal parcels, the declaration should be made using the Customs entry form.
The Government Gazette is used as a tool to communicate messages of national importance to the general public.
Government Information Service
To serve as the coordinating agency for the dissemination of information on government programmes.