National Registry of Investment Projects of Jordan – NRIP Ani Gevorgyan March 17, 2023

National Registry of Investment Projects of Jordan – NRIP

About the Project


Kingdom of Jordan


Public Finance Management


Public Investment Management System (PIMS) for the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation of Jordan.

As part of a comprehensive reform agenda, the Government of Jordan sought to improve public investment management and speed up how projects move from preparation to implementation. To do so, the Government needed a digital solution to appraise, prioritize, plan, and monitor new investment projects efficiently—all in one place. With funding from the World Bank, the Government chose Synergy’s Public Investment Management Suite (PIMS) as the best-fit solution to power the envisioned solution, known as the National Registry of Investment Projects (NRIP). 

In 2019, Jordan’s Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation (MoPIC) adopted a new Public Investment Management (PIM) – Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) Framework, which called for the implementation of the NRIP. Under the management of the Ministry’s PIM Unit, the NRIP would help to digitalize PIM processes, improve project portfolio and document management, strengthen data quality and accessibility, and enable geographic mapping of projects. In late 2020, following an international procurement process, the Government of Jordan awarded Synergy a contract to develop the NRIP.  

The newly launched NRIP covers both public investment and public-private partnership (PPP) projects.  Additionally, it digitalizes the process of submitting, reviewing, and approving project concept notes and other project documents, such as pre-feasibility studies, feasibility studies, tender documents, and PPP contracts. Though currently focused on project preparation, the NRIP will progressively expand to cover the entire PIM cycle, including project management and monitoring and evaluation (M&E).