European Anti-Fraud Office

Policy

Policy

Supporting the EU institutions in the development and implementation of anti-fraud legislation and policies.

Funding programme for technical and operational investigation support, specialised training and research activities.

The proposed EPPO would investigate, prosecute and bring to judgment crimes affecting the EU budget.

The overall assessment of Regulation 883/2013, which currently governs OLAF's work, in the larger context of an evolving anti-fraud landscape.

Working closely with the European Parliament, the Council of the EU as well as with the Court of Auditors.

Coordinated and targeted actions of limited duration to combat smuggling and fraud in certain risky areas and/or on identified trade routes.

Cooperating with partner services in non-EU countries and international organisations to prevent EU aid being diverted by fraud and corruption.