Auditor-General’s Report 2006 September 10, 2007Posted by elizabethwong in "We can do better", Current Affairs, Malaysia, Note2Self, Politics.
At long last, the Auditor-General’s Report is out.
– RM 451 million to replace RM 290 million computer system of the Customs
– Cost overruns over the construction of the RTM Seremban building (RM 23.47 million to RM 38.51 million)
– Procurement of 6 PV by the Ministry of Defence nicely whacked, including the choice of the contractor, resulting in additional costs of RM 1.4 billion. Then 2 of the PVs aren’t used optimumly due to bad fittings.
– 2 Mi-171 helicopters for the Police ‘unit udara’ could not be used because they couldn’t be registered as a ‘public aircrafts’.
Haven’t read up to the story of the RM 50 screwdriver (actually I found out it’s a carjack kit later) which I was told, is somewhere inside the report.
(Graphic representation of some bits from the Auditor-General’s Report 2006, taken from WhatALulu)
A Kodak camera for RM 8K?? The ministry could have bought a Nikon D80 lar.
The Auditor-General’s Report 2006 is available for download here (PDF, BM)