Strategy of the Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau
Operational strategy is a medium-term management document of the Bureau, which ensures the planning of the activities of the Bureau. The document sets out the strategic objectives of the Bureau, the tasks necessary to achieve them, the performance indicators and the numerical values to be attained. The Strategy covers period from 2023-2026.
During the Strategy period, the Bureau has identified five priorities:
- To mitigate corruption risks in public procurement and EU-funded projects, in particular: (a) in the areas where the largest projects in terms of funding are implemented; (b) projects and tenders implemented by the State and local governments; c) within the framework of the Rail Baltica project.
- To improve the practice of declaring the proceeds of alleged corruption of public officials as proceeds of crime and confiscating them for the benefit of the State.
- To ensure an effective national anti-corruption policy.
- To promote zero tolerance of corruption in the public and private sectors.
- To implement digital transformation.
The Strategy has been developed in accordance with the Law on the Corruption Prevention and Combating of Bureau and the Cabinet of Ministers Instruction No 1 of 1 February 2022, Procedures for Developing and Updating the Strategy of an Institution and for Evaluating its Implementation. The Strategy was drafted taking into account the 2022 Strategic Planning Guidelines prepared by the State Chancellery which provide guidance to public administration institutions.