Roger Ermuth

Assistant Comptroller General, Office of the Comptroller General, Treasury Board Secretariat of Canada

Roger is currently an assistant comptroller general with the Office of the Comptroller General (OCG) where he has responsibility for public accounts, community development and government-wide policy related to financial management, transfer payments, costing, charging.

Prior to taking on his role at the OCG, Roger held positions at a number of federal departments, including most recently Vice President, Health Security and Infrastructure at the Public Health Agency of Canada.

Roger is a professional accountant (CPA-CMA) having obtained a MBA from the University of Ottawa, a graduate certificate from Harvard University and a BComm from Carleton University. Prior to joining the government, Roger worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers.  He was also a Moderator with the CMA program and part time instructor at the University of Ottawa’s MBA program.

When not at work, Roger enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife, four children, two dogs and horse.  He enjoys the outdoors and is an avid masters swimmer.