The Anticorruption Bureau (Spanish: Oficina Anticorrupción; OA) of Argentina is a division of the Argentine federal government tasked with auditing the country's public sector and introducing public policies oriented towards preventing political corruption. It is formally a decentralized agency reporting to the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights.

The bureau was created in 1999, as part of the inaugural measures of president Fernando de la Rúa.

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