The Ministry of Finance is the central institution with the economic and financial landscape of the Kingdom. For this reason the Ministry has a constant obligation to carefully consider the economic and financial needs of the country and provide Government with sound advice after considering all possible alternatives within the common confines of the limited resource environment. The ministry is guided by its Tonga Strategic Development Framework Vision: “A better Tonga tomorrow than today with more sustainable growth providing higher incomes and well being for Tongans”
"Accelerating Tonga's Climate and Disaster Resilience through COVID-19 Recovery".
"Langa Fakavave 'o Tonga ke Matu'uaki Ange Feliuliuaki 'o Natula, Ngaahi Faka-tamaki ki he Fonua, mo Fakaakeake mei he Koviti-19".
The division is responsible for producing one of the core main outputs of the Ministry of Finance, which is the Government Budget Estimates as mandated under Part III of the Public Finance Management Act 2002.
The CSD division covers all the standard administrative functions for a ministry: financial management, human resource management, asset management, records and files management, vehicle logistics and priority mana
The PD is responsible as mandated under Public Procurement Regulation (PPR) 2015 to be responsible for the administration of the PPR 2015 and to Relevant regulations are adapted below as relevant.
The Treasury Division (TD) main responsibility is to provide support to effective public financial management through the delivery of timely payments, cash management and quality and accurate financial reporting.
The division is tasked with encouraging the mechanisms of the Public Financial Management (PFM) through development of Financial Framework Policies, Guidance and Instructions, enhancing strategic allocation of scarce financial resources across the government especially with Debt and Asset Ma