CEO of The Firearm Licensing Authority, FLA, Shane Dalling, is lashing the Auditor General’s department, for its report into the operations of his organization.

He says many of the key findings of Mrs. Pamela Munroe Ellis’ report are misleading.

The Firearm Licensing Authority ,FLA, came under the Auditor General Department’s microscope after paying out more than 8- million dollars in termination benefits.

Auditor General, Pamela Monroe Ellis disclosed in Parliament on Tuesday that the FLA paid five former workers the additional sum in termination benefits in breach of the finance ministry’s fixed-term contract officers’ policy guidelines.

However, Mr. Dalling says the Auditor General ignored government policy which facilitates the amending of contracts through mutual agreement.

He says there was also no excess payment under the contracts, instead, the company saved over five million dollars under the amended contracts.

The FLA CEO is accusing the AuDG of chasing salacious headlines for the benefit of her organization.

Shane Dalling, Chief Executive Officer for the Firearm Licensing Authority.

He says the one true breach found by the Auditor General regarding poor record-keeping was a minuscule issue.

Shane Dalling, Chief Executive Officer for the Firearm Licensing Authority.