Maintenance break in e-services on 21 May at 6–20 More information
Maintenance break in the appointment booking system on 21 May at 6–20 More information
Possible maintenance breaks in e-services on 16 May at 23–02 More information
A technical problem has been discovered in the Kela’s remote services More information
Supervision of Kela's operations
This page describes how Kela’s operations are supervised, outlines the role of different supervisory bodies, and lays out the ways in which the supervisory activities are reported.
Kela’s administration and operations are supervised by the Finnish Parliament
Kela is an independent social security institution supervised by Parliament. Kela has its own administration and budget and is distinct from the administrative apparatus of the Finnish Government. This separate status is based on Kela's statutory position under the supervision of Parliament.
Unlike the institutions which are directly part of the state administration, Kela does not fall under the Government's guidance and supervisory authority.
Kela's operations are supervised by the following bodies:
- Parliamentary Trustees
- Auditors appointed by the Trustees
- External auditors
- Kela's Board
- Audit Committee
- Internal Audit.