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Review of Lithuania’s National Agenda on the Prevention of Corruption

Strengthening Public Sector Integrity Strategies

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EU Funded Note

This report examines the process for developing the Lithuania’s National Anticorruption Programme (NAPC) for 2022-2033. It assesses the NAPC’s past accomplishments as well as challenges in priority areas, and draws lessons for the coming period. It also highlights implementation gaps in at-risk areas and identifies opportunities for improving the design and implementation of the NAPC.

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Executive summary

Lithuania has strengthened its public integrity system over the past decades. The National Agenda on the Prevention of Corruption (NAPC) 2022-2033 is at the backbone of these efforts. Supporting the Government’s vision to reduce corruption and increase transparency and openness in the public and private sectors, the NAPC promotes a whole-of society and whole-of-government approach to anti-corruption, while addressing at-risk priority areas. Nonetheless, there is a need to continue and build on its strategic approach. This includes ensuring that the National Agenda on the Prevention of Corruption (NAPC) 2022-2033 is underpinned by a coherent theory of change articulating a clear vision, explaining envisaged outcomes, objectives and how planned activities will contribute to the achievement of that vision. In this context, this Report assesses the 2015-2025 National Agenda on the Prevention of Corruption (NAPC) in several priority areas and provides key recommendations for the next implementation period.

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