About the programme
The Technical Support Instrument helps EU Member States design and implement resilience-enhancing reforms by providing expertise to national authorities. The support is on demand and can include strategic and legal advice, studies, training and expert visits on the ground.
Member States can request support to:
- implement resilience-enhancing reforms in the context of EU economic governance, such as those arising from country-specific recommendations under the European Semester and by virtue of implementing EU law
- prepare, amend, implement and revise national recovery and resilience plans under the Recovery and Resilience Facility
- implement economic adjustment programmes
- implement reforms undertaken at their own initiative
The support is delivered by a wide range of providers, including international organisations, public bodies, the private sector or the Commission’s own staff.
Open and upcoming calls for proposal under the Technical Support Instrument.
Open and upcoming calls for tender related to the Technical Support Instrument.
Funded projects and results
Budget and performance
Includes performance highlights, key performance indicators, and the performance framework and assessment.
- Programme duration
- Lead Directorate-General
- Predecessor programme
Structural Reform Support Programme (2017-2020)
- Management mode
Direct and indirect management
- MFF heading
Cohesion, Resilience and Values
Recovery and Resilience
- Climate contribution
No target set in the legal basis (ℹ)
- Total budget 2021-2027
€ 864 million (ℹ) (current prices)