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The Jordanian-American Commission for Educational Exchange Issues a Request for Proposal to Hire a Consulting Firm

Apr 17,2021 - Last updated at Apr 17,2021

The Jordanian-American Commission for Educational Exchange (aka the Binational Fulbright Commission in Jordan) is looking to hire a Consultancy Firm, which specializes in governance and compliance, to review and revise its internal policies and procedures. The Consultant must complete the tasks and deliverables in accordance with Jordanian labor laws, and in line with international standards and best practices.
The detailed request for proposal (RFP) can be accessed at the Binational Fulbright Commission in Jordan’s website or here.

The deadline to receive applications is May 15th, 2021. The technical and financial proposals should be submitted to [email protected].

About the Jordanian-American Commission for Educational Exchange (JACEE)

The Bilateral Agreement between the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (GOJ) and the Government of the United States of America (USG) establishing JACEE as an independent, binational, non-governmental, not-for-profit, higher educational exchange organization in Jordan was signed on 12 May 1993, with funding provided annually by both nations. 

The Commission was officially opened on 14 September 1994 by its Royal Patron, then-Crown Prince, HRH El Hassan bin Talal.

The Commission administers a wide range of research, study, and teaching grants, chiefly within the context of the worldwide Fulbright Program. The primary source of funding for the Fulbright Program is an annual appropriation by the U.S. Congress to the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA). ECA administers the Program under policy guidelines established by the U.S. presidentially-appointed Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board (FFSB) with the assistance of binational commissions and foundations in 49 countries, U.S. embassies in more than 100 other countries, and cooperating agencies in the United States. 

JACEE delivers 15 core programs to provide participants with opportunities to teach study or conduct research, —seven for Americans coming to Jordan and eight for Jordanians going to the United States.

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