We Strive to achieve excellence and professionalism in accounting and financial services and in performing audit functions.
The Defence Accounts Department is committed to render efficient, correct and prompt accounting, payment and financial services leading to customer satisfaction. It is also committed to render efficient audit services to ensure public accountability.
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The Defence Accounts Department (DAD) which has lived through more than two and half centuries is one of the oldest departments under the Government of India.The Defence Accounts Department (DAD) which is headed by Controller General of Defence Accounts(CGDA) is at present responsible for the Financial Advice, Payments, Accounting and Internal Audit of the Expenditure and Receipts of the Defence Services and other Defence-related Organizations such as the Indian Coast Guard, the Border Roads Organisation and the Canteen Stores Department. The CGDA heads the Department with the assistance of 4 Additional CsGDA, 19 Principal Controllers and 70 CDA-level officers looking after Regional Controllers (Army), Functional Controllers/Integrated Financial Advisors catering to Army, Navy, Air Force, Ordnance Factories, DRDO, Coast Guard and Border Roads Organisation etc.Functional Controllers also cater to specialized organizations like Border Roads Organisation, Pensions & Pension Disbursement and CSD et al...> read more
The Military Accounts Department, as it was then called had been looking after the payment and accounting functions of East India Company, to start with, and the British Indian Army later on.... > read more
I have taken over the charge as Principal Controller of Accounts (Fys), Kolkata wef 22nd May, 2013. At the outset I convey my best wishes to all the officers and staff and their families on this occasion. It is my endeavour to reach out to all the members of the organization directly or indirectly and try to fulfill their aspirations, as far as possible from the perspective of the organization...> read more