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Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan - Institutional Financial Management Capacity Assessment (IFMCA) : Education and Social Development Sectors

ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTANT ACCOUNTING ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING ACTION PLAN ACTION PLANS ASSET MANAGEMENT AUDIT OFFICES AUDIT STANDARDS AUDITING AUDITOR AUDITORS AUDITS AUTOMATION BANK ACCOUNTS BENEFICIARIES BEST PRACTICES BIDS BUDGET ALLOCATION BUDGET CONTROL BUDGET CONTROLS BUDGETARY FRAMEWORK BUDGETING CAPABILITY CAPACITY BUILDING CAPITAL BUDGETS CAPITAL EXPENDITURES CASH PAYMENTS CENTRAL BANK CHART OF ACCOUNTS CHECKS CIVIL LAW CIVIL SERVANT CIVIL SERVANTS CIVIL SERVICE CODE OF CONDUCT COLLECTION PROCESS COMMERCIAL BANK COMPETITIVE TENDER COMPLAINTS COMPUTERS CONFLICT OF INTEREST CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEMS CORRECTIVE ACTION CREDIT CARD CURRENCY CURRENT EXPENDITURES DECENTRALIZATION DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM DEPENDENT DEPOSIT DEPOSITS DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DISBURSEMENT DISBURSEMENTS DISCRETION E-GOVERNMENT E-GOVERNMENT INITIATIVE E-GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES ELECTRONIC FUNDS ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER ELECTRONIC TRANSACTIONS EMPLOYMENT EQUIPMENT EXISTING LEGAL FRAMEWORK EXPENDITURE EXPENDITURES FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION FINANCIAL AFFAIRS FINANCIAL CAPACITY FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CAPACITY FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FINANCIAL PLANNING FINANCIAL RATIOS FINANCIAL REPORTS FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES FINANCIAL SERVICES FINANCIAL STATEMENT FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FINANCIAL SUPPORT FINANCIAL SYSTEM FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS FINANCIAL UNIT FINANCIAL UNITS FUNCTIONALITY GOVERNMENT ENTITIES GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS HEALTH SERVICES HOUSING HUMAN CAPACITIES HUMAN RESOURCE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT HUMAN RESOURCES IMPLEMENTATION PLAN IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS INFORMATION SYSTEM INFORMATION SYSTEMS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INSPECTION INSTITUTION INTERNAL AUDIT INTERNAL CONTROLS INTERNAL PROCESSES INTERNATIONAL AUDITING STANDARDS INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS INVENTORY INVESTING JUDICIAL REFORM KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY LAWS LEADERSHIP LEGAL BASIS LEGAL DRAFTING LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEGAL IMPEDIMENTS LEVEL OF COMMITMENT LEVELS OF EXPENDITURES LOAN MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT REPORTS MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MANDATE MEDIA MIGRATION MINISTER MINISTRIES OF FINANCE MUNICIPALITIES OPERATING COSTS ORDER FULFILLMENT PAYMENT PROCESSING PENSION PENSION FUND PENSION FUNDS PENSIONS PERFORMANCE INDICATOR PERFORMANCE MEASURES PHYSICAL ASSETS PREPAYMENT PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTORS PROCUREMENT PROCUREMENT PROCEDURES PROCUREMENTS PRODUCTIVITY PUBLIC EDUCATION PUBLIC ENTERPRISES PUBLIC FUNDS RELIABILITY REMEDY REORGANIZATION RESOURCE ALLOCATION RESOURCE ALLOCATIONS RESOURCE PLANNING RESULT RESULTS RETIREMENT SAFETY NETS SALARIES SALARY SERVICE DELIVERY SET OF STANDARDS SITES SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL SAFETY NETS SOCIAL SERVICES SOFTWARES STANDARD FORMAT SUPERVISION TARGETS TAX TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TECHNICAL ISSUES TECHNICAL SUPPORT TRAINING COURSES TRANSACTION TRANSPARENCY TRANSPARENT MANNER TREASURY USER USES WAGES WARRANTS WEB WEB SITE
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa
2012-06-18T13:42:51Z | 2012-06-18T13:42:51Z | 2006-06

During the past decade, the Government of Jordan implemented a full-fledged adjustment program with continuous support from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank. Economic growth during the last few years of the 1990s was over four percent, despite adverse external political factors. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth reached almost 5 percent in 2002, and was around 7 percent in 2004. Jordan graduated from the IMF program of support in July 2004. A World Bank report described Jordan as a star performer among emerging countries in terms of its structural reform achievements. In 2005, the government issued a ten-year strategic plan, the national agenda, which aimed to 'improve the quality of life of Jordanians through the creation of income-generating opportunities, the improvement of standards of living, and the guarantee of social welfare.' The plan set ambitious macroeconomic performance targets, to be achieved during the coming decade and clearly articulated performance measures to be used to monitor progress towards their achievement. The current Institutional Financial Management Capacity Assessment (IFMCA) selected two sectors the education and social development which are of importance to the Government of Jordan. Both sectors feature prominently in the government's recent national agenda and the Country Assistance Strategy (CAS). Both are being supported through a number of World Bank-supported projects and Economic Sector Works (ESWs).

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