Accountant General’s Department of Malaysia (AGD) was established in 1946 with the establishment of the Accountant general’s position under the Ministry of Finance before Malaysia achieved its independence. AGD started with an office in the building of Life Insurance Corporation of India at the junction of Jalan Melaka and Jalan Tun Perak (previously Mountbatten Road) in the centre of Kuala Lumpur. The AGD’s Office was relocated to Sultan Abdul Samad Building and later to Block 8, government offices Complex in Jalan Duta. Now AGD is located at Ministry of Finance Complex, Precint 2, Putrajaya.
Division in AGD are:
In line with its objective to provide efficient and effective service delivery, AGD now has 24 offices in the states and districts to serve the best accounting services to the public.
The first Accountant General’s Department of Malaysia was G.G.T. Browne. Since then AGD has been led by 14 Accountant general and a local leadership resumed office in 1967.
|2||E.A.Joy||1947-1949 and 1951 – 1952|
|3||J.H.Newbigging||Held duties of Accountant General in 1950
1953 – 1955
|4||C.E. Gascoigne||1956 – 1957|
|5||H.C. Roberts||1958 – 1962|
|6||D. Mortimer||1964 – 1966|
|7||YBhg. Dato’ Shamsir bin Omar||1967 – 1989|
|8||Y.M. Raja Dato’ Seri Abdul Aziz bin Raja Salim||1990 – 1993|
|9||YBhg. Dato’ Mohamed Adnan bin Ali||1994 – 1999|
|10||YBhg. Datuk Siti Maslamah bt Osman||2000 – 2003|
|11||YBhg. Dato’ Othman bin Abdullah||2003 – 2005|
|12||YBhg. Dato’ Mohd Salleh bin Mahmud||2005 – 2010|
|13||YBhg. Datuk Wan Selamah binti Wan Sulaiman||2010 – 2014|
|14||YBhg. Dato’ Haji Che Pee bin Samsudin||2015|
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