National Agencies

There are many national agencies in Jamaica working across a range of areas, including capacity-building, finance, health, education and sustainable development. National agencies are publicly funded bodies, commissions, state-owned enterprises or authorities whose establishment is backed by an Act of Parliament. Leading agencies include the Bank of Jamaica; the Financial Sector Adjustment Company (FINSAC), which functions as a leading source of investment opportunities and economic information; and the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ), established Under the Petroleum Act 1979 for the purpose of exploring petroleum and utilising all stages of petroleum. The Urban Development Corporation (UDC) is statutorily tasked with ensuring that planned and orderly development takes place within the framework of national priorities.

National Agencies organisations in Jamaica
Bank of Jamaica
Bureau of Standards Jamaica
Commission For the Prevention of Corruption
Independent Jamaica Council for Human Rights
Institute of Jamaica
Jamaica Cultural Development Commission
Jamaica Cycling Federation
Jamaica Lawn Tennis Association
Jamaica National Heritage Trust
Jamaica Olympic Association
Jamaica Promotions Corporation (JAMPRO)
Management Institute for National Development
National AIDS Committee
National Development Foundation
National HIV/STD Prevention Programme
Natural Resource Conservation Authority
Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica
Scientific Research Council
University of Technology
Urban Development Corporation (UDC)