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.
You will find here all relevant information and forms to report fraud to OLAF.You can contact us anonymously. You can communicate with OLAF in any of the 24 official EU languages.