18th October 2017

OLAF 2016 report on fraud

Member States are required to put in place efficient and proportionate anti-fraud measures for each operational programme financed or co-financed by the EU for the programming period 2014-2020. These anti-fraud measures are ideally part of a comprehensive national anti-fraud strategy (“NAFS”). OLAF, the European Anti-Fraud Agency, encourages Member States to develop such anti-fraud strategies and can provide support to Member States in the drafting process.

Currently, nine Member States (Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Malta and Slovakia) have adopted a NAFS, OLAF 2016 report states.


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Source: The OLAF report 2016


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