Datuk Amirudin Abd Rahman
Upon graduating from International Islamic University Malaysia with a Bachelor of Laws LL.B (Hons), Datuk Amirudin started his career path with the Judicial and Legal Service. Since 1987, Amirudin has held various positions including a Magistrate, Deputy Public Prosecutor, Legal Adviser to the then Ministry of Energy, Communications and Multimedia and Senior Director, Legal and Enforcement Department of the Energy Commission.
Datuk Amirudin is not a stranger in the water industry as he was the State Legal Adviser for Negeri Sembilan from 2006 to 2007. Whilst assuming the said post, he was involved in the negotiation, preparation, drafting and approving various legal documentations for the restructuring of the water services industry for the State of Negeri Sembilan.
In 2008, Datuk Amirudin headed the Privatisation and Contract Management Unit at the Attorney General’s Chambers and was involved in the negotiation, preparation, drafting and approving various legal documentations for the restructuring of the water services industry for the States of Malacca, Johor and Kelantan. He was later appointed as the Deputy Head II, Advisory Division of the Attorney General’s Chambers, where he is responsible in managing, supervising and guiding legal officers in the Ministries and Departments under the responsibility of Advisory Division as well as entrusted to overlook into all contract negotiations in respect of Government projects.
Currently, he is the Legal Advisor of the Public Private Partnership, Prime Minister’s Department and is responsible for the preparation and drafting of agreement for privatization and public private partnership projects. He also gives the opinions on issues arising from the said privatization public private partnership projects.