Operational strategy is a mid-term management document of the Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau setting plans for the Bureau’s operations by defining the Bureau’s strategic goals, tasks for reaching these goals, performance indicators and their numeric values that are to be reached.
The Strategy is developed in accordance with the Law on the Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau and the Cabinet of Ministers Instructions No. 3 “Procedure for Developing and Updating an Institution’s Strategy and for the Assessment of Implementation Thereof” adopted on 28 April 2015.
The purpose of the Strategy is to secure effective planning and performance of the Bureau’s operations within the scope of functions and tasks under the competence of the Bureau. The implementation of the Strategy complies with the total planned expenses in the mid-term budget of the Bureau.
Guidelines for the Corruption Prevention and Combating
Guidelines for the Corruption Prevention and Combating is a medium-term development planning document, drawn up in accordance with the Law on the Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau, which states that the Bureau shall elaborate a corruption prevention and combating strategy and a national programme approved by the Cabinet of Ministers. Guidelines aim to describe the current situation in corruption preventing and combating in Latvia, define current problems, set goals, objectives, directions of activities and tasks for the respective period.