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The Institution of Audit was first established in Malaya during the British Colonial administration in the early 19th century. During this period, the office of the Auditor General was formed separately in both the Federated Malay States and the Straits Settlements. In the year 1906, the first Auditor General of The Federated Malay States was appointed. He was responsible for the audit function of the four states centered in Kuala Lumpur. Both the institutions were merged in the year 1932 and placed under the Director of Colonial Audit, London. However, auditing and the preparation of the audit report were carried out by the Auditor of the Straits Settlements and the Federated Malay States, a newly established position in Kuala Lumpur. In 1957, when the Federation of Malaya attained its independence, the post of Director of Audit was abolished and the post of the Auditor General of the Federation of Malaya was established. The appointment as well as the responsibilities of the Auditor General is stipulated under Article 105 of the Federal Constitution and the Audit Act 1957.

Date of Issue: 14-02.2006
30sen, 50sen, 50sen, Sheets: 30sen x 20, 2x 50sen x 20