Accordingly EU PRO supports local self-governments to develop planning as well as technical documentation, to digitise geospatial data and improve business infrastructure with the ultimate goal to strengthen overall business environment in Serbia.
During May and June 2018, three relevant public invitations were held within the Programme - Open Call for Proposals for Local Infrastructure Projects, Open Call for Proposals for Economic Infrastructure Projects, Open Call for Proposals for Development of Execution Designs for Economic Infrastructure Projects and Open Call for Proposals for Formulation of Detailed Regulation Plans which the European Union supported with over 5.1 million Euros.
In September 2018, the Steering Committee of the EU PRO Programme approved the results of all three Calls for Proposals:
12 local self-governments will develop execution designs for business infrastructure worth 275,000 Euros. Details of the public call, the selection process and the selected projects can be found here.
In addition, in April 2019, the EU PRO Steering Committee approved the results of the Public Call for Proposals for Introduction and Development of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), which was held from October to December 2018:
34 local self-governments through 19 approved projects worth 1,697,204 Euros, will introduce and develop GIS as one of the preconditions for sustainable development. Details of the public call, the selection process and the selected projects can be found here.
 The local self-governments that will implement the DRP projects: Aranđelovac, Blace, Čajetina, Dimitrovgrad, Kraljevo, Kučevo, Leskovac, Majdanpek, Merošina, Pirot, Rača, Raška, Surdulica, Topola, Užice, Velika Plana, Veliko Gradište, Vlasotince and Zaječar.
 The local self-governments that will implement the execution design projects: Smederevo, Topola, Vladimirci, Bela Palanka, Čačak, Doljevac, Knjaževac, Kragujevac, Kraljevo, Kučevo, Niš, Vladičin Han and Vranje.
 The local self-governments that will implement the projects: Bojnik, Kragujevac, Paraćin, Priboj, Smederevo, Sokobanja, Svilajnac, Šabac and Užice.
 The local self-governments that will implement the projects: Čajetina, Čačak, Arilje, Gornji Milanovac, Lučani, Požega, Kragujevac, Knić, Rekovac, Kraljevo, Kruševac, Aleksinac, Leskovac, Bojnik, Loznica, Krupanj, Ljubovija, Mali Zvornik, Niš, Novi Pazar, Tutin, Paraćin, Požarevac, Veliko Gradište, Rača, Batočina, Lapovo, Raška, Šabac, Sokobanja, Topola, Vranje, Žagubica, and Zaječar.