The National Audit Office of Finland is headed by the Auditor General, who is elected by Parliament for a term of six years.
The Auditor General for 2016–2021 was Tytti Yli-Viikari. Matti Okko serves as Deputy to the Auditor General until the end of 2021. The Auditor General approves the audit plan and decides on the reports to be submitted to Parliament and on audit guidelines.
In addition to the Auditor General, the NAOF’s management also comprises the Directors of the Impact Areas, the Directors of the Competence Centres, the Director for Administration and Resources and the Director for Legal Issues and the NAOF’s Management System.
Directors of the Impact Areas:
Matti Okko (Sustainable General Government Finances)
Heli Mikkelä (Sustainable Governance and Public Administration)
Anna-Liisa Pasanen (A Safe, Healthy and Affluent Society)
Jaakko Eskola (Information Governance)
Directors of the Competence Centres:
Riitta-Liisa Heikkilä (Financial and Economic Governance)
Pirkko Lahdelma (Digitalization)
Leena Juvonen (Methods)
Heli Nikander (Customer-Centric Approach)