The National Agency for Prevention of Corruption (NAPC) is a central state executive body with a special status, which major objective is to develop and implement the state anti-corruption policy. The NAPC’s main tasks include, inter alia, assessing the scope of corruption prevention and counteraction, analyzing statistics fromsurveys and other information on the corruption, development and implementation of anti-corruption policy, and drafting legislation on these issues, etc. In order to counteract corruption, the USAID New Justice Program promotes cooperation between the judiciary and the NAPC targeted at the development and implementing of measures to prevent corruption within the judiciary.