This report evaluates the role of the IMF in supporting economic reform in Jordan during 1989–2004. The evaluation provides an opportunity to assess typical features of relations between the IMF and its borrowing members, and to put into a specific country context IEO’s earlier findings on program design and the links between programs, surveillance, and technical assistance. The report highlights a number of broad lessons suggested by the IMF’s experience in Jordan, as well as other lessons focusing on the IMF’s future role in Jordan.