At the Jamaica Information Service, our mission is to inform and educate the public about Government's policies and programmes so as to increase awareness, understanding and support for these policies and programmes.
The Jamaica Information Service (JIS) is the multifaceted information agency of the Government of Jamaica that gathers and disseminates information on Government policies and programmes, locally and overseas. The agency utilises the full range of media skills and talents - print, radio, television, graphic arts, video projection and public relation, to achieve its goals.
The communication capabilities of the agency help Jamaicans understand their responsibilities and rights as citizens; interpret and present the history of Jamaica, and promote a sense of unity and national identity. JIS programmes and publications serve an archival function as they advance and record Jamaica's culture and community-based activities.
The Jamaica Information Service has the physical infrastructure, equipment, resources and competence to become one of the largest public relations, advertising, research and printing facilities in Jamaica and the Caribbean.
Integral to its operation is the ability of the Agency's staff to:
As an Information Agency, the JIS provides a full range of information and communication services to government ministries and agencies, including:
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