Single Project

Support to implementing anti-corruption strategies in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Support to implementing anti-corruption strategies in Bosnia and Herzegovina

project details

  • author: EuropeAid/139068/DH/SER/BA – Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Contracting authority: European Union represented by the European Commission on behalf of and for the account of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Consortium: Evropska konsalting grupa LLC Belgrade (lead), Ecorys Netherlands B.V., Bureau for Institutional Reform and Democracy – BiRD GmbH, INCOM Business Consultants Ltd, DCS d.o.o.
  • date: July 26, 2019
  • category: Ongoing,
  • client: 1/2019 – 1/2021

Overall objective
The overall objective of the Project of which this contract will be a part is as follows:
To strengthen the capacities of institutions in BiH in implementing the anti-corruption strategies and related actions plans at the different levels of government with the aim to prevent, respectively reduce all forms of corruption in the country.

Purpose
The purpose of this contract is to further enhance the capacities of the relevant institutions in BiH to effectively coordinate and monitor the implementation of anti-corruption strategies and related action plans with an harmonised approach as well as to better address corruption in the private sector.
Where corruption prevention bodies, anti-corruption strategies and/or related action plans are not yet established on all levels of government in BiH the support shall also focus on their constitution.

Results to be achieved by the Contractor
Result 1: The BiH Anti-Corruption Strategy 2015 – 2019 and Action Plan as well as anti-corruption strategies and action plans at all other levels of government of BiH are in place, implemented and monitored, in accordance with the proposed indicators for success.
Result 2: Prevention of corruption is strengthened in public service, including in the interaction with the private sector.
Result 3: Needs for training on communication and awareness-raising in the context of preventing and repressing corruption are addressed.