Comptroller General's Department

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The Comptroller General's Department (CGD) (Thai: กรมบัญชีกลาง) is a Thai government agency located at Rama VI Rd., Samsennai, Phaya Thai , Bangkok, Thailand. 10400[1]

Abiding by the Mission of the Royal Treasury Ministry Act, the Comptroller General’s Department was established on October 7, 1890. Initially named the Accountant-General’s Department, its core mission was to manage the nation’s revenue and expenditure as well as the accounts for the royal assets, in order to ensure careful use of national budget and the country’s optimum benefit.

The Comptroller General’s Department, Thailand (CGD)

List of Directors-general[edit]

1993-1996 - Pridi Boonyoung
1996-1998 - Nibhat Pukkanasut
1998-1998 - Kamol Juntima
1998-1999 - Vuthichai Pongprasit
1999-2002 - Visut Srisuphan
2002-2003 - Visut Montriwat
2003-2004 - Sanit Rangnoi
2006-2009 - Piyapan Nimanhemin
2009-2010 - Pongpanu Svetarundra
2010-2012 - Rungson Sriworasat
2012–present - Manas Jamveha

References[edit]

120th Anniversary The Comptroller General’s Department,(2010) p. 13

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ History Archived 2013-08-30 at the Wayback Machine.