In 2016, in London, was held The Anti-Corruption Summit, which saw country leaders come together and make pledges that, if properly implemented, have real potential to reduce corruption across the world. However,unlike other Summits, there was no formal mechanism for follow-up or monitoring to ensure that governments are kept accountable for the promises that they’ve made. To fill this gap, our organization launched The national advocacy project to advance Jordan’s Anti-Corruption Summit commitments, we will be monitoring the  progress on the eleven commitments made by the Jordanian Government.

Jordan Anti-Corruption Pledge Tracker

The Eight Tracker is the local tracker of Jordan’s commitments in the the Anti-Corruption Summit: London 2016.

The goal of the tracker is to monitor and show the percentage of the progress made in the implementation of the commitments made by the government based on Key performance indicators and methodology developed by Transparency International.

At the London Summit in 2016, world leaders met and agreed on a set of commitments and pledges that, if implemented, would contribute significantly to limiting corruption in the world.

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The summit presented several new and ambitious pledges, covering key issues in the fight against corruption in most countries. The impact of this summit will only be seen if governments take action to implement these commitments that address and prevent corruption. However, unlike other summits, there are no clear mechanisms for implementing,  and monitoring governments’ implementation of these commitments and accountability for non-implementation.

Rasheed for Transparency and Transparency (Transparency International – Jordan) will initially monitor the implementation of 8 out of 11 of these commitments that Jordan pledged to implement at the Summit.

There are seven classifications to measure the progress of the implementation of the commitments where the status of each undertaking is based on evidence of progress publicly available.

COMPLETE: This commitment has an end date and there is evidence that it has been completed.

ONGOING: This commitment has no defined end date and there is evidence that activity has started.

UNDERWAY: This commitment has an end date and there is evidence that activity has started.

NO DATA: There is no data on how this commitment is progressing

INACTIVE: There is evidence that no activity has taken place on this commitment

OVERDUE: There is evidence that this commitment has gone past the deadline[1]

DROPPED: There is evidence that this commitment has been dropped by the government.

9.1% COMPLETE 0.0% UNDERWAY 90.9% ONGOING 0.0% NODATA 0.0% INACTIVE 0.0% OVERDUE 0.0% DROPPED

Beneficial Ownership

Jordan commit to strengthen their asset recovery legislation, including through non-conviction based confiscation powers and the introduction of unexplained wealth orders.

Public Procurement

Jordan commit to exploring ways of sharing information on corrupt bidders across borders

OECD

Jordan supports the establishment of an OECD Anti-corruption center to strengthen the impact and coherence of the OECD existing anti-corruption work

Sports

Jordan will join the international Sport Integrity Partnership.

Anti-Money Laundering

Jordan will work together with other countries to share information between respective public-private partnerships to ensure the most effective response to international money laundering.

Asset Recovery

Jordan commit to strengthen their asset recovery legislation, including through non-conviction based confiscation powers and the introduction of unexplained wealth orders.

International Anti-Corruption Architecture

Jordan will work with others countries, civil society, international organizations to support accelerated implementation of the voluntary provisions of the UN Convention against Corruption.

Asset Recovery

Jordan will develop common principles governing the payment of compensation to the countries affected, to ensure that such payments are made safely, fairly and in a transparent manner.

Public Contracting

Jordan welcomes the establishment of transparent central registers of foreign companies bidding on public contracts and buying property, and intend to explore options for taking similar action.

Private Sector

Jordan commit to reviewing penalties and other action against professional enablers of tax evasion, including for corporations that fail to prevent their employees from facilitating tax evasion

Innovation

Jordan commit to participating in an Innovation Hub that will facilitate the uptake of new approaches and technologies to tackle corruption

Private Sector

Jordan commit to reviewing penalties and other action against professional enablers of tax evasion, including for corporations that fail to prevent their employees from facilitating tax evasion.

Beneficial Ownership

Jordan commit to exploring public central registers of company beneficial ownership information.

Innovation

Jordan commit to participating in an Innovation Hub that will facilitate the uptake of new approaches and technologies to tackle corruption.

Public Contracting & Property

Jordan welcomes the establishment of transparent central registers of foreign companies bidding on public contracts and buying property, and intend to explore options for taking similar actions.

Public Procurement

Jordan commit to exploring ways of sharing information on corrupt bidders across borders.

OECD

Jordan supports the establishment of an OECD Anti-corruption center to strengthen the impact and coherence of the OECD existing anti-corruption work.

International Anti-Corruption Architecture

Jordan will work with other countries, civil society, international organizations to support accelerated implementation of the voluntary provisions of the UN Convention Against Corruption.

Anti-Money Laundering

Jordan will work together with other countries to share information between respective public-private partnerships to ensure the most effective response to international money laundering.

Asset Recovery

Jordan commit to strengthen their asset recovery legislation, including through non-conviction based confiscation powers and the introduction of unexplained wealth orders.

Sports

Jordan will join the international Sport Integrity Partnership.

Compensation

Jordan will develop common principles governing the payment of compensation to the countries affected, to ensure that such payments are made safely, fairly and in a transparent manner.

Beneficial Ownership

Jordan commit to exploring public central registers of company beneficial ownership information

Anti-Money Laundering

Jordan commit to exploring ways of sharing information on corrupt bidders across borders

OECD

Jordan supports the establishment of an OECD Anti-corruption center to strengthen the impact and coherence of the OECD existing anti-corruption work.

Sports

Jordan will join the international Sport Integrity Partnership

Anti-Money Laundering

Jordan will work together with other countries to share information between respective public-private partnerships to ensure the most effective response to international money laundering

Asset recovery

Jordan commit to strengthen their asset recovery legislation, including through non-conviction based confiscation powers and the introduction of unexplained wealth orders

International anti-corruption architecture

Jordan will work with other countries, civil society, international organizations to support accelerated implementation of the voluntary provisions of the UN Convention Against Corruption

Asset recovery unexplained wealth orders

Jordan will develop common principles governing the payment of compensation to the countries affected, to ensure that such payments are made safely, fairly and in a transparent manner

Public Contracting

Jordan welcomes the establishment of transparent central registers of foreign companies bidding on public contracts and buying property, and intend to explore options for taking similar actions.

Private Sector

Jordan commit to reviewing penalties and other action against professional enablers of tax evasion, including for corporations that fail to prevent their employees from facilitating tax evasion

Innovation

Jordan commit to participating in an Innovation Hub that will facilitate the uptake of new approaches and technologies to tackle corruption

Private Sector

Jordan commit to reviewing penalties and other action against professional enablers of tax evasion, including for corporations that fail to prevent their employees from facilitating tax evasion

OECD

Jordan supports the establishment of an OECD Anti-corruption center to strengthen the impact and coherence of the OECD existing anti-corruption work.

Anti-Money Laundering

Jordan commit to exploring ways of sharing information on corrupt bidders across borders

Anti-Money Laundering

Jordan will work together with other countries to share information between respective public-private partnerships to ensure the most effective response to international money laundering

Sports

Jordan will join the international Sport Integrity Partnership

International anti-corruption architecture

Jordan will work with other countries, civil society, international organizations to support accelerated implementation of the voluntary provisions of the UN Convention Against Corruption

Asset recovery

Jordan commit to strengthen their asset recovery legislation, including through non-conviction based confiscation powers and the introduction of unexplained wealth orders

Public Contracting

Jordan welcomes the establishment of transparent central registers of foreign companies bidding on public contracts and buying property, and intend to explore options for taking similar actions.

Asset recovery unexplained wealth orders

Jordan will develop common principles governing the payment of compensation to the countries affected, to ensure that such payments are made safely, fairly and in a transparent manner

innovation

Jordan commit to participating in an Innovation Hub that will facilitate the uptake of new approaches and technologies to tackle corruption

Beneficial Ownership

Jordan commit to exploring public central registers of company beneficial ownership information