European Anti-Fraud Office



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.

This Europe-wide body will tackle large-scale, cross-border crime against 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.

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

The evaluation of Regulation 515/97 that will assess the overall functioning of the regulation.

OLAF cooperates closely with EU countries and institutions on policy matters.