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Overhauling Malaysia | The Auditor General’s (A-G) 2017 Report

The Auditor General’s (A-G) Report is the audited report of the government's state of finance.  The annual audit report is published by the National Audit Department. The National Audit Department, an independent government agency, carries out audits on the accounts of Federal Government, State Government and Federal Statutory Bodies as well as the activities of the Ministry/Department/Agency and Companies under the Federal and State Government.

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December 03, 2019

A-G’s Report: Cattle Integration Programme in Oil Palm Estates fails to hit target

The management of the Cattle Integration Programme in Oil Palm Estates was found to be less effective as the population of cattle was lower compared to the target, according to the Auditor-General’s Report Series 2, 2018 released here yesterday.|Read more >|Malaymail

MyHome scheme fails to meet full objective: Audit Report

The implementation of the Private Affordable Ownership Housing Scheme (MyHome) did not achieve its full objective despite being managed efficiently.|Read more >|SunDaily

Tourism Ministry still owes RM107.1m for promotional campaigns: Audit Report

The Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry still owes RM107.1 million for advertising and digital tourism promotional campaigns between 2016 and last year, according to the Auditor-General’s Report 2018 Series 2.|Read more >|SunDaily

December 02, 2019

AG’s report highlights failed projects, sidetracked funds

Two projects under the Private Public Cooperation Unit (Ukas) valued at RM248 million, had failed to be completed, according to the 2018 Second Series of the Auditor General report released today.|Read more >|SunDaily

‘Subsidies were paid to dead farmers’

The second series of the Auditor-General’s Report 2018 revealed that RM57.92mil in subsidies and incentives were paid out to deceased farmers between 2016 and 2018.|Read more >|TheStar


A-G’s Report: Tourism Ministry fell short of targeted international tourist arrivals three years in a row

The Ministry of Tourism Arts and Culture Malaysia (MOTAC) failed to reach the target set for the arrival of international tourists for the past three years, the 2018 Auditor-General’s report revealed today.|Read more >|Malaymail

Audit Department concludes only four MOF Inc companies financially sound

An audit by the National Audit Department (NAD) on 47 Minister of Finance Incorporated (MoF Inc) companies which can be evaluated based on the audited financial statements, found only four were financially sound, 33 stable and 10 unstable.|Read more >|SunDaily

Felda project fails to meet target

The performance of the Felda New Generation Housing Project (PGBF) is a disappointment because only 1,498 houses were completed as of April 30, 2019, compared to the target of 20,000 units for completion in five years from 2013, according to the second series of the Auditor-General’s Report 2018.|Read more >|TheStar


Audit: Eight federal agencies yet to return balance grants

Eight federal government agencies have yet to return the balance grants, totalling RM83.67mil, involving 67 programmes and development projects, says the Auditor-General’s report 2018.|Read more >|TheStar

Audit: Over 95% of Chinese and Indian tourists have no exit records

There are no records of exit dates involving more than 95% of Chinese and Indian nationals visiting the country between 2016 and last year, states the Auditor-General's Report 2018.|Read more >|TheStar

A-G's report: Two Public-Private Partnership projects worth RM248m a flop

Two Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects under the support of the Facilitation Fund, worth RM248 million, failed to materialise, according to the Auditor-General’s Report, Series 2 2018 released today.|Read more >|Malaymail


KTMB recorded losses of nearly RM3b as of Dec 2018, audit finds

Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) has an accumulated loss of RM2.829 billion as of Dec 31 last year, according to the the Auditor-General's Report 2018 Series 2.|Read more >|Malaymail

Audit report: Textbook loan scheme achieved goal but management showed weaknesses

The Textbook Loan Scheme (SPBT) has achieved its objective in supplying textbooks to all Malaysian school students and reducing the financial burden of parents, the National Audit Department (NAD) said today.|Read more >|Malaymail

Audit Report: Farmers’ subsidy and incentive scheme not managed efficiently

The Farmers Subsidy and Incentive Scheme, which is implemented to increase the country’s rice supply, is not managed prudently, efficiently and effectively, according to the Auditor-General’s Report Series 2, 2018.|Read more >|SunDaily

New Malaysia | PKR feud Dec 022019 @ 15:34

Perak PKR convention to set mood of national congress

The Perak state PKR convention on Tuesday is expected to set the mood for the national congress on Thursday.|Read more >|NST


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