If social insurance covers social risks, then it is necessary to have a suitable administrative structure to do so. The authorities involved manage the financial resources, check the entitlement to benefits of the insured individuals, and are the first point of contact for clients. The administration of social security in Switzerland may be centralized or decentralized, more strongly public or more strongly private. As an example, since 2005, the Swiss National Accident Insurance Fund (SUVA) – an independent company under public law whose focus is accident insurance and occupational safety – has managed military insurance on behalf of the Swiss Confederation. Oversight, however, continues to be provided by a federal office. Institutions providing social insurance are under governmental supervision – and in the public eye.