The Paymaster Office is an internal department responsible for the financial entitlements of European Commission and certain other EU institution staff.
DG AGRI is responsible for the EU Commission's policies on agriculture, rural development and the common agricultural policy (CAP).
The European Commission's department for budget (DG BUDG) is responsible for managing the EU budget.
This department leads the European Commission's efforts to fight climate change at EU and international level.
The department for communication (DG COMM) is responsible for explaining EU policies to the public and informing the Commission on trends in public opinion
Connect develops and implements policies to make Europe fit for the digital age.
The department for competition (DG COMP) is responsible for the EU Commission's policies on competition and antitrust law.
The Data Protection Officer ensures, in an independent manner, that the European Commission correctly applies law protecting individuals’ personal data.
This Commission department is responsible for EU policy on defence industry and space.
DG ECFIN is responsible for the EU Commission's policies promoting economic growth, higher employment, stable public finances and financial stability.
This Directorate-General (DG EAC) is responsible for the EU Commission's policies on education, youth, sport and culture
DG EMPL is responsible for the EU Commission's policies on employment and social affairs.
DG ENER is responsible for the EU Commission's policies on energy
DG ENV is responsible for the EU Commission's policies on the environment.
The European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) investigates and prevents fraudulent use of EU funds. It also develops the European Commission's anti-fraud policy.
The department for Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (DG ECHO) is responsible for the EU Commission's policies on aid and protection.
The European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency manages Commission programmes contributing to decarbonisation and sustainable growth.
The Library and e-Resources Centre is an important source of information on EU policies, history and integration..
The European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) manages funding for education, culture, audiovisual, sport, citizenship and volunteering.
HaDEA addresses the Commission’s ambition to rebuild a post-COVID-19 Europe that will be greener, more digital, and more resilient to challenges.
EISMEA funds projects in the field of innovation, energy efficiency, environment and maritime affairs with a particular focus on SMEs.
DG NEAR is responsible for EU Commission's policies on enlargement, neighbour countries and economic cooperation.
EPSO is responsible for selecting staff to work for the institutions and agencies of the European Union.
The European research council (ERCEA) manages the EU Commission's research programmes.
The executive agency for research (REA) manages the EU Commission's programmes on science and innovation.
European School of Administration provides learning and development opportunities for EU institution staff.
Eurostat collects and publishes comparable statistics from all countries in the EU.
The department for financial stability and capital markets (DG FISMA) is responsible for the EU Commission's policies on financial services.
The service for foreign policy instruments (FPI) runs EU foreign policy actions and manages their financing.
DG SANTE is responsible for the EU Commission's policies on health and food safety.
HERA anticipates threats and potential health crises, through intelligence gathering and building the necessary response capacities.
The Historical Archives Service manages the archives of the European Commission and organisations that preceded it.
DG HR is the department responsible for human resources and security in the Commission.
The EU Commission's department for informatics (DG DIGIT) is responsible for digital infrastructure and services in the Commission.
OIB's aim is to ensure a functional, safe and comfortable workplace for all those working for the Commission.
The Office for Infrastructure and Logistics in Luxembourg is responsible for buildings, logistics, health and safety, catering, and after-school childcare.
IDEA is an advisory service that provides innovative ideas and a unique space for research and collaboration on core Commission priorities.
The Internal Audit Service provides independent advice, opinions and recommendations on the quality and functioning of internal control systems inside the Commission, EU agencies and other autonomous bodies.
The department for growth (DG GROW) is responsible for the EU Commission's policies on the single market, industry, entrepreneurship and small businesses.
The department for International Partnerships (DG INTPA) is responsible for formulating the EU’s international partnership and development policy.
The department for interpretation (DG SCIC) is responsible for interpretation and organising conferences in the EU Commission.
The Joint Research Centre is the Commission's science and knowledge service
The department for justice (DG JUST) is responsible for the EU Commission's policies on justice, consumer rights and gender equality.
The legal service gives legal advice to the EU Commission and its services and represents the Commission in court cases
DG MARE is responsible for the EU Commission's policies on maritime affairs and fisheries.
The department for migration and home affairs (DG HOME) is responsible for the EU Commission's policies on citizenship, migration and home affairs.
The department for mobility and transport (DG MOVE) is responsible for the EU Commission's policy on transport for private and professional purposes.
The Publications Office produces and disseminates legal and general publications in a variety of paper and electronic formats
In charge of coordinating the Recovery and Resilience Facility to help the European Union emerge from the coronavirus crisis.
The department for regional and urban policy (DG REGIO) is responsible for the EU Commission's policies on regions and cities.
This Commission department is responsible for EU policy on research, science and innovation.
The Secretariat-General supports the Commission President and the whole Commission and is responsible for the overall coherence of the Commission’s work.
The Directorate-General for Structural Reform Support helps EU countries to design and implement reforms as part of their efforts to support job creation and sustainable growth.
DG TAXUD is responsible for the EU Commission's policies on taxation and customs.
The department for trade (DG TRADE) is responsible for the European Commission's policies and agreements on trade with countries outside the EU.
Directorate-General for Translation translates texts for the European Commission into and out of the EU's official languages.