The EU Anti-Fraud Programme (2021-2027) has the following general objectives:
The purchase and maintenance of digital forensic equipment and software, mobile forensic tools and computer forensic collaborative systems used in the fight against (fraudulent) irregularities, fraud and corruption detrimental to the Union’s financial interests.
Cross-border cooperation enabling the exchange of information and best practices, in particular at operational level, is strongly encouraged. Specialised training to enable staff to operate these tools is recommended to be included as part of the action.
The costs will be reimbursed at the funding rate fixed in the Grant Agreement (80%). The applicant can apply for a higher project funding rate (90%) if your project is a ‘priority action’. (further details in the call document)
In order to be eligible, the applicants (beneficiaries and affiliated entities) must:
For questions about this programme, please contact: OLAF-FMB-HERCULE@ec.europa.eu
(Publish Date: 13/04/2022-for internal use only)