Audit of USAID/Jordan's Fiscal Reform Project II
USAID/Jordan require Development Alternatives Inc. to implement a sustainability plan so the Ministry of Finance will be able to continue the project management office without continued support from USAID/Jordan.
USAID/Jordan adopt USAID's standardized mission order on performance monitoring earlier than December 10, 2013, establish penalties for noncompliance, and inform (in writing and through training), all individuals responsible for performance monitoring of their responsibilities and the penalties for noncompliance.
USAID/Jordan perform an evaluation or assessment that covers the remainder of Fiscal Reform Project II and looks at previous assistance, accomplishments, and lessons learned from other USAID/Jordan projects to provide a vision and design for any new fiscal reform or related project.
USAID/Jordan deobligate $3,727,670 of funds from the trade and investment program area that will not be spent for trade-related activities, and reprogram the funds as necessary.
USAID/Jordan implement procedures to allocate disbursements that match the nature of the expenses.