Anti-Corruption Programmes

2015–2025 National Anti-Corruption Programme
2011–2014 National Anti-Corruption Programme
2009–2010 National Anti-Corruption Programme
2002–2007 National Anti-Corruption Programme

Resolution Regarding the Apptoval of the Interinstitutional Action Plan for the Implementation in 2015-2019  
of the National Anti-Corruption Programme of the Republic of Lithuania for  2015-2025

Law on Corruption Prevention identifies anti-corruption programmes as national, sectoral, institutional and other.

The responsibility for development, organization and supervision of implementation of the National Anti-Corruption Programme lies with the Government in co-operation with the STT.

Sectoral, institutional and other anti-corruption programmes are developed by state and municipal authorities and non-governmental organizations which are required to develop such programmes in accordance with the National Anti-Corruption Programme and other legislation.

The National Anti-corruption Programme is approved by the Seimas on the recommendation of the Government. Other anti-corruption programmes require an approval by the head of a state or municipal or non-governmental institution which developed the programme concerned. The head of the institution bears personal responsibility for the implementation of theprogramme approved.

Sectoral anti-corruption programmes, which usually cover several operational activities of state or municipal authorities, e.g., construction, healthcare, law enforcement, etc., are developed by state or municipal bodies and non-governmental organizations and approved by either the Government or the Parliament.

Institutional anti-corruption programmes are also developed and implemented by state or municipal entities which were subject to a corruption risk analysis and which were recommended to develop such a programme.

The responsibility for co-ordination and monitoring of implementation of such programs lies with managers of such entities or their structural units or persons charged with conducting corruption prevention and control in the entity.