Daniel J. Green, 57, the assistant vice president of security with Riggs National Bank in Washington since 1977 and a retired budget and accounting chief of the FBI, died Saturday at Fairfax Hospital after a stroke. He lived in Fairfax.

Mr. Green was a native of Allentown, Pa., and a graduate of Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa. He served with the Army in Europe during World War II, and joined the FBI in 1954 in New York as a special agent.

Mr. Green moved to Fairfax in 1961 when he transferred to the FBI's Washington headquarters. In 1972, he was named chief of the budget and accounting section. He retired in 1977.

He was treasurer of the National Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI and a former treasurer of the society's Washington chapter. He was a member of St. Leo's Catholic Church in Fairfax.

Survivors include his wife, the former Mary Kathryn O'Donnell, of Fairfax; five daughters, Kathryn Chrisinger of Herndon, Denise Medley of Kirkland, Wash., Susan Chapman of Virginia Beach, Mary Ellen Wimberly of Atlanta and Margaret Green of Fairfax; four sisters, Mary Smith of Phillipsburg, N.J., Kathryn Letcher of Bloomsbury, N.J., Julia Feichtel of Allentown and Sister Robert Marie of Willingboro, N.J.; five brothers, R. Emmett Green of Wescosville, Pa., Francis A., of Emmaus, Pa., Charles J., of Bethlehem, Pa., John A., of Anchorage, and Eugene, of Allentown; and six grandchildren.