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Projects implemented by STTPrint


Development of Criminal Intelligence Management System of the Special Investigation Service (STT)

On 26 April 2016, project Development of Criminal Intelligence Management System of the Special Investigation Service (STT), No. LT/2015/VSF/5.1.4.2, was launched. The aim of the project is to create a criminal intelligence management system and put in place a holistic and integrated management of activities carried out by STT criminal intelligence subjects and information necessary for such activities.

The project is funded by the national programme of the Internal Security Fund 2014–2020.

Anti-Corruption Education

On 9 May 2016, the project Measures of Anti-Corruption Education, Phase I, No. LT/2015/VSF/5.1.4.3, was launched. The aim of the project is development of measures of anti-corruption education to have a wider coverage of the public at large, children in particular, with a view to raising their awareness, development of intolerance towards corruption and offering user-friendly ways of informing the authorities about corruption.

The project includes development of an application Inform STT for smart phones to enable easy and speedy way of informing about corruption offences. Five educational anti-corruption films will be produced to raise anti-corruption awareness among the general public, children in particular. In addition, anti-corruption comics for children will be published to be disseminated at schools. 

The project is funded by the national programme of the Internal Security Fund 2014–2020.

Specialised Training of STT Officials on EU Policy Matters

On 9 May 2016, the project Specialised training of STT officials on EU Policy Matters, Phase I, No. LT/2015/VSF/5.3.1.12, was launched. The aim of the project is to offer opportunities for STT officials to gain new knowledge and skills to be able to fight corruption more effectively. 

The project includes the following two types of specialised training of STT officials on EU policy matters that meet international standards: Basics on the Use of Chemical Substances and Hiding Technical Devices and specialised body language training with a special emphasis on facial expressions and accurate communication in performing criminal intelligence activities.

The project is funded by the national programme of the Internal Security Fund 2014–2020.

Further Support to the National Anti-Corruption Centre of the Republic of Moldova in its Efforts to strengthen Corruption Prevention

On 18 April 2016, the Special Investigation Service (STT) with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs started implementing the project Further Support to the National Anti-Corruption Centre of the Republic of Moldova in its efforts to strengthen Corruption Prevention.

The aim of the project is to strengthen the institutional and administrative anti-corruption capacities of Moldova in implementing the EU and Moldovan Association Agreement.

In June 2016, STT officials visited the National Anti-Corruption Centre of Moldova and shared their experience in the area of corruption prevention, analytical work and anti-corruption education.

In October 2016, a delegation from Moldova visited STT, Prosecutor General’s Office and Financial Crime Investigation Service of Lithuania.
Development co-operation between Lithuania and Moldova is carried out within the framework of the Government Programme of the Republic of Lithuania, European Union Eastern Partnership Policy Guidelines, Development Co-operation Policy Guidelines of the Republic of Lithuania 2014–2016 and the 2010 Declaration of Prime Ministers of the Republic of Lithuania and Republic of Moldova in the area of European integration.

Norvegų projekto ženklas – Norvegijos parama Lietuvai: partnerystė vertybėms kurti ir išsaugoti

Cooperation between institutions of the Republic of Lithuania and the Kingdom of Norway to transfer its knowledge and best practices in administrative-financial management level improvement as well as financial crimes prevention  in Lithuanian state and municipal institutions

In 2016, Lithuania started implementing the project “Cooperation between institutions of the Republic of Lithuania and the Kingdom of Norway to transfer its knowledge and best practices in administrative-financial management level improvement as well as financial crimes prevention  in Lithuanian state and municipal institutions“  funded under the EEA and Norwegian financial mechanism.

The main purpose of the project is to combine The Republics of Lithuania and The Kingdoms of Norway institutions against corruption and 10 Lithuanian municipalities into a cooperation network while trying to adopt the experience of The Kingdom of Norway against corruption in municipal institutions. This project contributes to the involved municipalities’ workers excellence raising and to prevention of corruption in the field of education. The activities of this project promotes the creation of anti-corruption measures in local and regional levels of education, prepares specific long-term measures (technique, training guide, studies) of how to raise civil servants’ fairness and improves public and administrative skills in state and municipal institutions in the field of corruption prevention.

During the period of the project the best practices of how to work more efficient in the field of corruption prevention will the adopted from the Kingdom of Norway and anti-corruption training will be arranged for persons from those 10 municipalities (in all 2000 participants).

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Project No. AZ08/PCA/JH/047, European Union Twinning Program project „Support for the Anti-Corruption Department with the Prosecutor General of the Republic of Azerbaijan“

During 2009 and 2011 the Special Investigation Service (herein the STT) has been  working on the European Union Twinning Program project „Support for the Anti-Corruption Department with the Prosecutor General of the Republic of Azerbaijan“ marked as No. AZ08/PCA/JH/047 (herein- the project).

Following this project the STT provided expert services, various consultancies, trainings and workshops on improvement of corruption fighting methods, and has been  sharing its experience in the spheres of criminal prosecution and corruption prevention with the Anti-Corruption Department with the Prosecutor General of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

The goal of the project was to enhance the anticorruption competences of the Azerbaijan institutions and the powers/authority of the Anti-Corruption Department with the General Prosecutor, to share the EU and Lithuania‘s experience in combating corruption and to assist the Azerbaijani colleagues in carrying out their national anti-corruption programs.

By implementation this project the STT has contributed to realisation of the strategies of the EU policies for 2008 to 2013 promoting closer cooperation of the EU with neighbouring states, support to their objectives and integration processes, creation and development of safety and stability zone in the EU neighbourhood, encouragement of active participation of the EU countries in strengthening freedom, security and justice in the countries to the east of the EU.

The Twinning Program of the European Union (herein – the Program) was launched in 1998 on the initiative of the European Commission and its main aim is to assist the beneficiary countries to strengthen the capacities of institutions seeking to put to life the requirements of the EU Acquis Communautaire or to come closer to them. The Program is one of the most important instruments of the European Commission earmarked for public administration institutions capacities development.

Project webpage: www.twinningproject.info

 

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Project No.VP1-4.1-VRM-03-V-01-0100 “Special Investigation Service personnel qualification improvement”

From February 26, 2010 to February 26, 2012 the Special Investigation Service (herein – the STT)has been implementing the project No.VP1-4.1-VRM-03-V-01-0100 titled “Special Investigation Service personnel qualification improvement” financed from the European Union Structural Funds. The goal of the project was to improve the STT personnel language (EU working languages) and computer usage skills.

The project has been implemented following the Human Resources Development Operational Program (Priority 4 “Fostering Administrative Competence and Increasing Efficiency of Public Administration”, measure “State institutions personnel qualification improvement”.

The knowledge of foreign languages and higher computer literacy level has improved administrative capabilities (professionalism) of the STT employees and provided  conditions for the service efficiency improvement.  The participants of this training had a possibility of applying the newly acquired knowledge in practice: while carrying daily assignments (e.g. has beeen able to use internationally accessible sources of information), implementing international projects, taking part in anti-corruption events and representing the interests of the service and the state abroad.

The amount allocated from the EU Structural Funds for financing of above project was 297.998,00 Litas.


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Project No. VP1-4.2-VRM-03-V-01-044 „Automation of budget planning, finance accounting, contract management, asset acquisition, and asset management processes at the Special Investigation Service of the Republic of Lithuania“

From March 19 to December 19, 2010 the Special Investigation Service (herein – the STT) implemented the project titled „Automation of budget planning, finance accounting, contract management, asset acquisition, and asset management processes at the Special Investigation Service of the Republic of Lithuania“ financed from the European Union Structural Funds.

The main objective of this project was to increase the STT activities efficiency following introduction of the IT system for budget planning and implementation control, finance and material resources accounting and management.

Automation of all processes related to finance and material resources accounting and management will lead to data consistency assurance, and possibilities for achieving better data analysis and generation of reports/statements will get considerably improved. Transfer of all the STT budget planning and implementation control, procurement and contract management processes to the electronic space would result in employees working time saving, reduction of operation costs, easier budget planning and control. All of it is expected to bring about a positive shift towards a more operative decision taking, the decisions on which the success of both the service and the state in fighting against corruption might depend.

The system would allow to correlate the results of the program „Prevention of and Fight against Corruption Related Crimes and Offences“ under implementation by the STT and the finance  allocated in order to attain them, i.e. provide a possibility to perform regular and objective assessment of the resultance, efficiency, usefulness and sustainable effect of the program under implementation.

The project has been implemented following the Human Resources Development Operational Program for 2007 to 2013 confirmed by the Ministry of Interior ( Priority 4 “Fostering Administrative Competence and Increasing Efficiency of Public Administration” , measure “Improvement of Public Administration System”).

The amount allocated from the EU Structural Funds for financing of above project was 319.263,40 Litas.

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