Cost accounting

Central Compensation Office

Key facts

The Central Compensation Office (CCO) is the Confederation’s central implementing body for first-pillar social security. It performs the tasks that must be carried out centrally by the first-pillar social security system and the loss-of-earnings compensation system. The CCO manages old-age and survivors’ insurance (OASI) and disability insurance (DI) for insured persons living abroad. It administers the compensation fund for employees of the Federal Administration and institutions closely affiliated to the Confederation. Its tasks are organised into four groups of services.