Admiralty CCC Chairman Probed for Over S$100,000 in Self-Approved Personal Claims and Procurement Lapses

Admiralty Citizen’s Consultative Committee (CCC) Chairman Tony Oh Thai Nan and another the CCC member are part of a probe to determine why procurement rules were not followed.

This, after the Attorney-General’s Chambers flagged Admiralty CCC for procurement lapses in its latest audit.

Mr Oh was found to have approved his own expenses, and perhaps more damningly, awarded government tenders to companies he’s related to.

On two occasions, a company related to Mr Oh and the still-unidentified CCC member won tenders with the lowest bid, with both contracts totalling S$32,000.

Both did not declare their relationship with the company, signalling a possible conflict of interest over the deals.

Mr Oh had also on 7 occasions approved his own claims to the tune of S$114,767.

He had also on one occasion approved S$1,500 of purchase for a company where he served as a director.

Mr OH has since resigned from his post.

The CCC comes under the purview of the People’s Association.

MP for Sembawang GRC, Khaw Boon Wan has said that Admiralty CCC co-operated fully with the PA Investigation Panel.

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