Commission supports 151 reform projects in Member States to strengthen resilience and competitiveness

The Commission has approved a new round of 151 projects under the Technical Support Instrument (TSI), to support all Member States in preparing, designing and implementing up to 326 cutting-edge reforms in 2023.

The supported projects respond to a reform need expressed by Member States while being strongly aligned with the European Union's priorities for modern and efficient public administrations, sustainable growth strategies and resilient economies. Many reform projects are also linked to the challenges of the Recovery and Resilience Plans and the REPowerEU Plan.

RAPID, IP/23/1625, 21.3.2023
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