ATA worked with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) in Jordan in order to create a unified business inspection regulatory framework in Jordan. The work is done under the Jordan National Inspection program that involves all government entities (inspectorates). ATA was responsible to lead the legal and technical assessment in order to study the licensing and inspection classifications, technical requirements, laws and regulations, processes, organizational structures, and develop a new regulatory model. ATA supported the implementation of the project as follows:
- Assessment of all regulatory instruments (227 laws, regulations and instructions)
- Studying the organizational structures of 12 entities involved in the program
Developing a new model for inspection in Jordan (with a link to the licensing process) The project included coordinating with 15 different government entities in Jordan in addition to a number of stakeholders working in different sector.