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Successive Auditor Generals and Departments of CNAO
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The Auditor General shall be the administrative leader of CNAO. Since the establishment of CNAO in 1983, five prestigious financial experts have assumed the position of Auditor General in succession.

 

The First Auditor General

Mr. Yu Mingtao

June 1983 ~ March 1985

 

The Second Auditor General

Mr. Lu Peijian

March 1985 ~ May 1994

 

The Third Auditor General

Mr. Guo Zhenqian

May 1994 ~ March 1998

 

The Fourth Auditor General

Mr. Li Jinhua

March 1998 ~ March 2008

 

The Fifth Auditor General

Mr. Liu Jiayi

March 2008 ~ present

 

Departments of CNAO

CNAO headquarters has an authorized establishment of 499 persons with 21 functional departments, 16 of which are auditing departments and 5 are general administrative and service departments.

CNAO has also 10 affiliated entities whose staff are not classified as civil servants.

Catering to the demand of audit work, CNAO established 20 satellite offices stationed in ministries and agencies of the State Council with an authorized establishment of 300 persons. CNAO also has regional offices in 18 largest cities with an authorized establishment of 2,615 persons. Both offices stationed in the ministries and regional offices are directly administered by CNAO with their audit work as well as personnel, financial and material resources being subject to the allocation and management of CNAO. And they shall report to Auditor General of CNAO on their work and are subject to professional guidance and management of auditing departments of CNAO on relevant audit issues.

Audit offices stationed in the ministries audit government and financial revenues and expenditures of departments and direct subordinate entities of the State Council as well as their Beijing-based affiliated units.

Regional offices of CNAO are responsible for auditing final account of public finance at the provincial level, revenues and expenditures of local branches of Customs, State Administration of Taxation and the Central State Treasury, assets, liabilities, profits and losses of branches of state monetary institutions and state-owned enterprises, revenues and expenditures of institutions which are directly subordinated to departments of the State Council as well as budget implementation and final accounts of key state construction projects.

Organization Chart of CNAO