ATA was subcontracted by USAID Jordan Economic Development program to launch a reform initiative entailed three main areas of reform to apply the Regulatory GuillotineTM (RG) and Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) tools, including:
- Vocational Licenses
- Construction and Building Permits
- Policy Development and Consultation law
The Reform Team organized the work of three technical committees to perform process mapping and assessment using the Regulatory GuillotineTM tool, and then performed an impact assessment to evaluate the impact of simplifying the procedures (0.9 Billion USD over 5 years), and presented the recommendations to the Public-Private Steering Committee for adoption.