The President and the Vice-President
The President of the Federal Fiscal Court presides over the court. The President is deputized by the Vice-President.
As the senior official, the President is responsible for supervising the judges, civil servants and employees working for the Federal Fiscal Court.
As a judge the President presides over an expert senate. By law, he is also Chairman of the Grand Senate of the Federal Fiscal Court. The President is also a member of the Joint Senate of the Supreme Courts of the Federation.
Also by law, the President chairs the Presidium of the Federal Fiscal Court. The Presidium is an independent central body of judicial self-administration. It is primarily responsible for the distribution of official duties among the judges.
Finally, the President chairs the Presidential Council, a representative body for participation in the appointment or election of judges.
The office of President falls currently vacant.
The Vice-President is the permanent representative of the President. He or she supports the President in the performance of his administrative duties. Like the President, the Vice-President is a judge and chairperson of an expert senate.
The office of Vice-President falls currently vacant.