The Central American Institute of Public Administration (ICAP) was
installed in Panama in order to strengthen and promote the country's
commercial sector, through a Center for Innovation and Training that
aims to train, advise and specialize private and public companies, as
well as the professionals relating to the area.
The entity that belongs to the Central American Integration System
(SICA) arrives in Panama City as part of the agreements made by both
the Ministry of the Presidency and the General Administrative Office
(DIGECA), in order to recover and strengthen the commercial activity
of the country.
Alexander López, director of the ICAP, declared to EFE: "for our offer
in Panama we have created a program according to the needs of the
Panamanian and regional market, which optimizes regional leadership,
strengthens alliances with SICA countries and contributes with a
modern vision of the public function".
The opening is expected for next Wednesday, day in which the panel
"Innovación y reforma del Estado: El futuro de la profesionalización
de la función pública" will be held with the participation of Salvador
Sánchez (Panamanian Minister of the Presidency), Alexander Sánchez
(director of ICAP) and Jean Paul Vargas (Coordinator of Research and
Extension of ICAP).
Source - EFE