The Accountant General is appointed by the Governor General on advice of the Public Services Commission under section 15 of the Financial Administration& Audit Act (FAA Act).
The Accountant General is a legal entity consisting of a single incorporated office, occupied by a single person. This allows the corporation to pass vertically in time from one office holder to the next, giving the position legal continuity, with each subsequent office holder having identical powers as his predecessor.
The Accountant General’s Department (AGD) is an operational Department within the Ministry of Finance & Planning and is charged with facilitating and reporting of the flow of funds within the public sector.
Open Positions at The Accountant General’s Department (AGD)