Anti-Fraud Policy and Response Plan

The Managing Authority for the EMFF OP 2014-2020 is committed to maintain high legal, ethical and moral standards, to adhere to the principles of integrity, objectivity and honesty and wishes to be seen as opposed to fraud and corruption in the way that it conducts its business. All members of staff are expected to share this commitment.

The Anti-Fraud Policy aims to set out the policy of the Department of the Agriculture, Food and the Marine (the Managing Authority) in the context of preventing and dealing with fraud and loss within the Department, other Departments or State Bodies including bodies in receipt of funding from the Department.

EMFF OP Anti-Fraud Policy + Response Plan

Anybody can report directly to the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) suspicions of fraud or corruption affecting the financial interests of the European Union. The general rule is: the earlier and the more concrete the information, the better. Any available documents to support the information, should be provided as well. 

It is possible to report either:

Online via the Fraud Notification System (anonymous, with secured document transmission)


By Post:

European Commission,

European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF)

1049 Brussels



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