Anti-Fraud Strategies

Anti-Fraud Strategies.

None of the state and their citizens are not protected from corruption, Our state is also an important financial and economic interests of the importance of the fight against transnational organized crime, fraud and other illegal activities.

Describe the main strengths and weaknesses of the current anti-fraud strategy in European Anti-fraud Office, and identifying how the current strategy may be improved.

In 1988 the first stage of OLAF was founded, in that time it was – Task Forces “Anti-Fraud Coordination Unit” (UCLAF) and it was a part of Secretariat-General of Europe Commission, and this organization was worked together with national anti-fraud departments and provided a whole help which was needed to deal with transnational organized fraud. During the years organization (UCLAF) was growing up, her powers was increased by EU Parliament , while in 1999 it was decided to established a new European Anti-Fraud Office(OLAF) instead of (UCLAF) which would be completely independent body within the European Commission, and will have a rights to run hew own investigation.

From the European Union budget is funded the various programs and projects, which is useful for the people who are living in Europe Union and beyond. Due to improper use of the funds of the European Union of the evasion of taxes and duties, which is based on the EU budget directly affects the citizens of the Union and making a damage to the entire European Project. (European Anti-Fraud Office 2014a)

Assisted by the EU institutions, in particular the European Commission, to develop and implement anti-fraud laws and policies. (European Anti-Fraud Office 2014b)

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Anti-Fraud Strategies. (May 31, 2016). Reviewed on 05:15, September 19 2021