In September of 2015, MDPI was awarded The USAID Justice Project in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH JP) is a five-year rule of law initiative. The project performance period is October 2014 – October 2019. The purpose of the project is to help BiH justice sector institutions effectively combat government corruption and prosecute serious crime cases to ensure the integrity of public institutions. We will also be working to improve the capacity of BiH courts to enforce judgments and protect creditor rights and ensuring greater self-accountability and transparency within the justice sector. Component 1 activities will strengthen the professional status/performance of prosecutor offices in BiH, involving implementation of a prosecutor partnership program with 19 prosecutor offices. Component 2 activities will improve efficiency in the process of enforcing judgments in BiH through legislative framework that enable system improvements and the piloting of enforcement procedure best practices in courts. Component 3 activities will strengthen BiH justice sector institutions to uphold public integrity and combat corruption. The project will collaborate closely with the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council and the Office of Disciplinary Counsel to implement reforms across the justice sector that promote greater transparency and accountability, to set standards for professional behaviour and, to deter misconduct by judges and prosecutors through disciplinary measures and preventive educational training on ethics.