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Integrity Pacts – Civil Control Mechanism for Safeguarding EU Funds

Who’s involved - Integrity Pacts – Civil Control Mechanism for Safeguarding EU Funds

Funders

Exploring innovative ways of improving efficiency in projects funded by EU funds, the European Commission's Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy and Transparency International have joined forces since 2015 to promote the use of Integrity Pacts (IP) as a tool to increase transparency and accountability, enhance citizens’ engagement and trust in public institutions, bring cost savings and improve competition and promote awareness and better understanding of public procurement.

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Fifteen civil society organisations have been involved in the pilot Integrity Pacts project, including four local civil society organisations and 11 national chapters of Transparency International.

Partners involved

Transparency International Secretariat and Transparency International EU coordinate the project, with the financial support from the European Commission's Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy (DG REGIO).

Fifteen civil society organisations have been monitoring 18 public contracts across 11 EU countries.

National chapters involved