The General Inspectorate of Social Security is placed under the authority of the minister responsible for social security.
The General Inspectorate of Social Security helps to draft legislative and regulatory measures on social security.
Another of its tasks is to supervise social security institutions which, under the laws and regulations, is carried out by the government or a member of the government.
The General Inspectorate of Social Security assists social security institutions in the process of implementing good governance by referring to methods and techniques generally accepted on the basis of recognised international standards.
Moreover, the General Inspectorate of Social Security carries out analyses and studies in order to assess and plan social welfare schemes both at national and international level.