About the programme
The EU Anti-Fraud Programme (2021-2027) has the following general objectives:
- protecting the financial interests of the European Union by supporting action to combat irregularities, fraud and corruption affecting the EU budget
- supporting mutual assistance between administrative authorities in EU Member States
- ensuring the correct application of the law on customs and agricultural matters by supporting cooperation between administrative authorities in EU Member States and the European Commission
The programme provides funding, in particular for technical and operational investigation equipment, specialised training and research activities, to support the protection of EU financial interests. The funding is provided in the form of grants, procurement and administrative arrangements.
Eligible entities for grants are public authorities (from EU Member States or associated third countries), research and educational institutes, non-profit-making entities and any legal entity created under EU law or any international organisation.
Funded projects and results
Budget and performance
Includes performance highlights, key performance indicators, and the performance framework and assessment.
- Programme duration
- Lead Directorate-General
- Predecessor programme
AFIS, Hercule III
- Management mode
Direct and indirect management
- MFF heading
Single Market, Innovation and Digital
- Climate contribution
No target set in the legal basis (ℹ)
- Total budget 2021-2027
€ 181 million (ℹ) (current prices)