Institutional adjustments – a processes whereby the institutional set-up of the state administration is modernized in order to assure that it has the capacity to properly implement legislation harmonized with the acquis communautaire. The process may concern one or all of the following key elements: establishment of an institution or attributing tasks of such an institution to an already existing one, assessment and enhancement of number and professional qualifications of staff, defining of procedures for implementation of harmonized law and for monitoring of progress.
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