Antifraud Plan

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Within the European framework established to manage Funds from the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan, i2CAT implements a series of measures to combat fraud, provided for in national and local regulations.

These measures involve adopting an anti-fraud plan, launching an internal anti-fraud commission, and enabling internal and external communication channels to monitor potential conflicts of interest.

Implementing these measures aims to protect the financial interests of the European Union through the incorporation into the internal management and control sphere a series of specific principles, among which the reinforcement of mechanisms for prevention, detection, and correcting fraud, corruption and conflicts of interest..

Anti-fraud Comission

Created to guarantee the correct application of anti-fraud measures associated with the management of the Recovery and Resilience Mechanism (RRM) funds, the i2CAT Anti-Fraud Commission is responsible for:

The i2CAT Foundation adopts a zero-tolerance policy for fraud and establishes a control system to prevent and detect any fraudulent activity.


Alba Soler

Innovation Business Development for the Public Sector

Carlos López

Digital Innovation Management Office

Carmen Lázaro

Projects Management Office

Eduard Grasa

Operations and Digital Infrastructure & Service