Younger people also want public integrity. #DocuforumAVAF at the IES Bernat Guinovart in Algemesí.


Algemesi. – May 24, 2024

The 4th year of ESO and 1st year of high school students from the IES Bernat Guinovart in the Valencian town of Algemesí have been the last to have had the opportunity to learn about the work of the Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency in the 2023–2024 school year. The activity was carried out by Pilar Moreno García, AVAF training technician.

From February 5 to May 24, 222 people from secondary and high school have participated in the #DocuforumAVAF activity of the Training Service. There have been a total of 8 activities in 6 institutes and schools throughout the territory of the Valencian Community, from Almassora to Xàbia, passing through La Vall d’Uixò and Algemesí.

In this way, the Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency continues to commit to contributing to the debate in classrooms to promote ethics and public integrity among Valencian youth.

On Friday, May 24, the Agency’s Training Service returned to the Ribera Alta region, to the town of Algemesí, with #DocuforumAVAF. The more than 40 students from IES Bernat Guinovart approached the work of the Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency, a public institution unknown to them. In the open and participatory discussion with the students, Pilar Moreno García, training technician, resolved the doubts of the students, after viewing the documentary “Corruption: harmful organism” by Pandora Box.

The social consequences of corruption, the independence of public employees, the possibility of receiving reporting alerts in the AVAF mailbox and the retaliation suffered by those who report corruption in the local administration focused the participation of the students.

Thanks to the collaboration of Professor Teresa Caballero, the Agency was able to be present in the classrooms of the IES Bernat Guinovart, showing the most outstanding functions related to the fight against fraud and corruption in the territorial area of ​​the Valencian Community of the AVAF.

#UnitedAgainstCorruption of the United Nations projects that “youth is the cryptonite of corruption” and the Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency is committed to training in integrity among Valencian youth.

If you are a university, high school or 4th year ESO teacher in the Valencian Community and are interested in having the #DocuforumAVAF training activity carried out in your classroom, do not hesitate to contact the Training Service of the Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency through

XIV Meeting in Madrid of the Anti-Fraud Offices and Agencies

Madrid, 25 May 2024.- On 23 and 24 May, the XIV Meeting of the Anti-Fraud Offices and Agency constituted as a State Network took place in Madrid. The meeting began with a presentation by the President of OIReScon, María Luisa Araújo Chamorro, followed by a presentation of the work carried out by the National Anti-Fraud Coordination Service by Sofía Viñayo, Deputy Deputy Director General of the SNCA.

During the first day, different presentations were also made, such as that of the European Public Prosecutor’s Office by Olga Muñoz Mota, European Deputy Prosecutor, and that of the National Commission on Markets and Competition, which dealt with the collaboration channels of competition whistleblowers and collusion detection tools. The presentation was given by Juan José Pérez, Head of Area of the Economic Intelligence Unit of the CNMC’s Competition Division.

For its part, the Independent Office for the Regulation and Supervision of Procurement addressed in its presentation the potential of open data in public procurement in the fight against fraud. In this case, the presentation was given by Alberto Blanco Calvo, Technical Advisor of OIReScon.

The Andalusian Office against Fraud and Corruption made a proposal for a data structure in compliance with the interoperability principles defined by the European Interoperability Framework of 2017 for consideration by the entities participating in the network of Anti-Fraud Offices and Agencies.

On the second day, the Secretary of State for Public Service made a presentation on the Integrity System of the General State Administration (SIAGE) which was attended by Adolfo Ortega, Inspector General of Services and Miguel Ángel de Lera, Inspector General of Services of the Directorate General of Public Governance.

The Technical Secretary General of the Ministry of Health, Jacobo Fernández, presented the Anti-Fraud Observatory of the Ministry of Health.

The meeting in Madrid was attended by representatives of the Anti-Fraud Office of Catalonia, the Agency for the Prevention and Fight against Fraud and Corruption of the Valencian Community, the Office for Transparency and Good Practices of the Barcelona City Council, the Municipal Office against Fraud and Corruption of the Madrid City Council,  the Canary Islands Court of Accounts, the Office of Good Practices and Anti-Corruption of the Autonomous Community of Navarre, the Galician Council of Accountants, the National Anti-Fraud Coordination Service of the General Intervention of the State Administration (SNCA), the Independent Office for the Regulation and Supervision of Procurement of the Ministry of Finance and Public Function (ORIESCON),  the National Commission on Markets and Competition (CNMC), the Court of Auditors, the Ministry of Health, the Directorate General for Public Governance and a representation of the Balearic Islands.