Introduction and setting up of Integrity Pacts (IPs) in ITI Danube Delta


Transparency International Romania implements the project “Introduction and setting up of Integrity Pacts (IPs) in ITI Danube Delta”, funded by the European Union, DG-REGIO, between July 2023 – June 2026.

The general objective of the project is to raise the level of transparency and accountability by managing the irregularities and corruption risks through the involvement of civil society in the monitoring of the ITI project selected for the pilot Integrity Pact.

Specific objectives:

  • Building the needed trust for inter-institutional cooperation in the preparation and implementation of a flagship/strategic/high importance project for the overall development of the Danube Delta territory funded by European funds through the ITI Danube Delta instrument;
  • Ensuring transparency of public procurement and contracts within the ITI Danube Delta through the actions of the civil society independent monitor within the IP;
  • Increasing accountability for project results and the ITI and, therefore, increasing citizen trust in by engaging the affected communities and civil society to monitor integrity in public investments within the ITI Danube Delta.

Main aimed results:

An Integrity Pact and a detailed memorandum of cooperation with the Managing Authority, intermediate bodies and the contracting authority;

Integrity Pacts monitoring reports on the project relevance for affected communities and alignment with the general public interest, on preparation of the procurement and integrity in tendering;

At least 25.000 citizens informed using digital, printed and radio communication channels; community meetings and public debates organized.


More information about the project “Introduction and setting up of Integrity Pacts (IPs) in ITI Danube Delta” are available on the Transparency International Romania website:


“Project funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the authors only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or DG REGIO. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.”

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Data publicare: 23/01/2024