National Audit Office chief Amyas Morse recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours

Gurjit Degun
posted by Gurjit Degun
16 June 2014

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16 June 2014 | Gurjit Degun

Amyas Morse, head of the National Audit Office, has been recognised for his services to Parliament and public sector audit.

Morse was made a Knights Commander of the Order of the Bath (KCB) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2014.

He was appointed comptroller and auditor general on 1 June 2009, and has previously worked at the Ministry of Defence appointed the defence commercial director in July 2006 where he responsible for shaping the MoD's relationship with industry, and played a key role in the agreement of strategic commercial arrangements. Morse has also served as a member of the CIPS public sector board.

Earlier this year the UK government’s chief procurement officer Bill Crothers was made a Companion of the Order of Bath (CB) in the 2014 New Year's Honours list. And past CIPS president and former Department for Work and Pensions commercial director David Smith was made CB in 2009.

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