The National Anti-Doping Agency (RNADA) of Romania is a public institution with legal personality and decision-making autonomy in the prevention and fight against doping in sport. Founded in 2005, the institution is subordinate to the Romanian government and is financed from its own revenues and from the budget of the General Secretariat of the Government.
The main objective of RNADA is to prevent and combat the phenomenon of doping at the national level by adopting and implementing anti-doping policies and regulations, coordinating sampling activities, managing test results and carrying out the results management process in accordance with the legal provisions World Anti-Doping Code and international standards. The institution promotes the practice of clean sport in order to protect the health of athletes and respect the principles of fair play in sport. It is also involved in preventing and combating the production and illicit trafficking of doping substances. At the same time, it assumes the role of strengthening Romania's position as a credible and active partner in the global fight against doping in sport.
RNADA is independent of sport and government structures in its decisions and operational activities by prohibiting any involvement in its decisions or activities by persons who are simultaneously involved in the management or activity of an international or national sports federation, a sports federation organiser or other sports event organiser of a national Olympic or Paralympic Committee or a government structure with competence in the field of sport or anti-doping.