|Jordan commit to participating in an Innovation Hub that will facilitate the uptake of new approaches and technologies to tackle corruption.|
Last updated: December 2020
Concrete: Concrete | New: New | Ambitious: Ambitious
The new administrative system and organizational structure of JIACC including the Innovation Hub (called innovation and training centre)
National Innovation Center
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The Innovation hub has been established within the Integrity and Anti- Corruption Commission, and there is currently a team to review the future vision of the innovation and training project.
- Work is underway to prepare and arrange for a training program to develop the authority’s capabilities and harness modern technology for the Commission’s employees under the title “Collecting digital evidence sources and using digital corruption investigation tools. Draft instructions for the selection of trainers were prepared.
*In coordination with Innovation hub, Rasheed (TI-JO) and Open Ownership trained civil servants on the concepts and importance of Beneficial ownership
The innovation hub is staffed up and running. Everything is included in the organizational structure for Jordanian Integrity and Anti-Corruption Commission. They are now working on their mission and vision.
Soon the new anti-corruption strategy will be launched and the Innovation Hub will be part of it.
the recommendations are:
1. to establish a website specific to the innovation Hub, and keep it up to date;
2. to collaborate with Civil societies organisations in their projects to leverage international experience of this concept and expertise;
3. to publish a semi annual report of the hub achievements and progress against the strategy;
4. to make the hub the bridge between CSOs and other governmental institutes to communicate the practices and experience of CSOs to governmental entities.
Peer reviewer: 1
Updated: October 31, 2020
The Jordanian government has adopted the fourth national plan for the 2018-2020 for the Transparency Government Partnership Initiative, the second of which referred to the development and promotion of the application of the open government data policy and the unification and development of mechanisms for receiving complaints related to human rights. The updated National Strategy for Integrity and Anti-Corruption for the years 2020-2025 will include a project to establish an innovation and training center, and the training center has been included in the suggested draft for the Integrity and anti-corruption law, which was published on March 11th 2020, and will be discussed in the parliament after 40 days of its suggestion date. The investigations and detection procedure for corruption cases are conducted in high technological methods, a data mining system will be established in the integrity and anti-corruption commission which will connect all governmental institutions. A mobile application to receive whistleblowers complaints has been launched on December 2019. Establishing a call center at the commission to receiver whistleblowers reports. In 2019, a specialized ministry was created under the name of the Ministry of Digital Economy and Entrepreneurship; it is responsible for preparing the general policy for the development of digital infrastructure for the telecommunications and information technology. It implements many initiatives, activities and events that will make Jordan as an innovation center for information technology in the region to contribute to enhancing national integrity and fighting corruption such as; Working to improve the legislative environment related to specialty of the ministry, To focus on spreading the culture of leadership in Jordan by establishing 80 business incubators in all governorates of Jordan. In addition to working with the relevant government agencies to facilitate the procedures for registering companies and making them available through a single online investment portal.
Peer reviewer: 1
Updated: April 30, 2020
The idea of establishing the National Innovation Center, which is structurally affiliated with the Supreme Council for Science and Technology, has been adopted according to the draft of the Center’s establishment system published on the website of the Legislation and Opinion Bureau. The Ministry of Planning has collaborated with the World Bank Transformation Fund to fund the establishment and operation of the center for two years. It should be noted that the National Innovation Center aims to achieve, a national reference and a major provider of information regarding Innovation and development of the private sector through coordination of administrative, financial and technical activities, local and international that would nurture and support national innovation. Provide advisory and guidance services to SMEs on good business practices and provide government feedback on the legal and regulatory aspects of innovation activities to ensure transparency and good performance.
Updated: October 30, 2019
Rasheed Jordan (the Transparency International chapter in Jordan) have been undertaking a Key Performance Indicator report and will be published within the month. It will review the progress made on Jordan's anti-corruption commitments and is seen as a starting point of progress for the government.
Updated: May 30, 2019