The Maltese Customs Department is a servicing department within the Ministry of Finance (Department of Customs 2007: 3). The latter is, in itself, a policy making and servicing Ministry with a broad spectrum of responsibilities, many of which were radically affected by Malta’s membership of the EU in 2004. This chapter will build on the general observations of our previous chapter and analyse the degree to which EU membership brought about change at the Customs Department, as a specific example of a policy-driven Europeanization process within the Public Administration and with particular focus on structural and procedural changes as well as the mediating factors which conditioned the Europeanization process.