Assessment of opportunities to streamline and improve electronic government services to business and trade

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Date Added
2017-02-27

Corporate Authorship
Wolfe, Casey

Issue Date
2000

Uploaded By:
USAID/Jordan Monitoring and Evaluation Support Program (MESP) USAID/Jordan Monitoring and Evaluation Support Program (MESP)
(Muna Mansour)

Resource Type
Other

Language
English

Activity
Achievement of market-friendly initiatives and results(AMIR)

Tags: Procedural development Data bases Business support services Business Enterprises Technology E-government Regulations International trade Assessment Evaluation Report Public administration

The Investor Roadmap study, as part of the AMIR Policy Reform Initiative, recommended a number
of administrative and organizational reforms to streamline processes and reduce the paperwork
necessary for registration and licensing of companies, access to investment incentives, and
compliance with other business-related government regulations and requirements. To address the
database and data processing dimension of this issue, AMIR engaged a consultant to provide an
initial overview of the possibilities for streamlining processes by merging, refining, or improving
utilization of government services databases. A particular focus of the consultancy was to assess
options for integrating the Companies Registrar database at the Ministry of Industry and Trade with
other relevant databases to reduce redundancy in data collection or improve the completeness of the
data

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