H.E. President AbdelFattah El-Sisi appointed Major General Amr Adel as the Chairman of the Administrative Control Authority.


Major-General Amr Adel Hosni Ibrahim obtained his Bachelor's degree in Law and Police Sciences from the Police Academy. After joining the ACA in 1994, Major General Amr Adel moved up the career ladder to become the Deputy Chairman in 2019.


Having spent 28 years in this field, the newly appointed Minister occupied all executive and leadership positions in the central, regional and specialized units of the ACA. He oversaw and followed up on the implementation of presidential directives; monitored the performance of public administrative bodies; conducted assessments of candidates for senior positions; followed up on the implementation of national projects; took part in developing and restructuring the ACA; established new oversight units to ensure up-to-date measures to prevent and combat corruption, apply the principles of governance, and employ efficient methods to tackle new patterns of criminal offenses. The Major General also played a key role in amending the Administrative Control Authority Act, stretching the ACA’s scope of competence to encompass human trafficking, illegal migration, and impersonation.


H.E. Amr Adel received several national and international training courses in Administration, Economics, Governance, and Preventing and Combating Corruption. These include the following courses: Combating Economic and Financial Crimes at the French Ministry of the Interior in Paris 2002; Combating Money laundering at The Central Directorate of the Judicial Police in Paris; Investigation, Monitoring, and Criminal Evidence at The Central Directorate of the Judicial Police in Paris, 2009; Governance and Analysis of Economic Indicators at the World Bank in Washington, 2016; and Sustainable Development and Combating Organized Crime workshop at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, 2017.


His Excellency participated in many meetings and workshops with counterparts and international institutions concerned with preventing and combating corruption, and fostering governance, economic, and administrative development; namely the World Bank; the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD); the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC); the United Nations Development Program (UNDP); the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS); and the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).