Roger Ermuth

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

Prior to taking on his role at the OCG, he was the deputy chief financial officer and director general, Resource Management at Correctional Services Canada (CSC). Before his position at the CSC, Roger was on assignment with the Privy Council Office where he was responsible for horizontal analysis of legislative, machinery and enabling policies associated with a government-wide review of administrative services. He has also held several senior positions with Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC), including senior director, Transfer Payments and director, Resource Management.

Prior to joining AANDC, Roger led the strategic cost management area of practice in the Ottawa office of PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Roger was a moderator with the CMA program and part-time instructor at the University of Ottawa's MBA program. He obtained his MBA from the University of Ottawa, a graduate certificate from Harvard University and a BComm from Carleton University.