Central American Institute of Public Administration
Institut centroaméricain d'administration publique
Instituto Centroamericano de Administración Pública (ICAP)
1954 San José San José Costa Rica
1954, San José (Costa Rica), as Advanced School of Public Administration Central America -- Escuela Superior de Administración Pública América Central (ESAPAC), by 5 Central American governments (Panama participated from 1961). Reconstituted and present name adopted 17 Feb 1967.
Support the Central American integration process and other efforts for economic and social development in the region; improve and streamline Central American public administration; contribute to development of efficient public service practices in the region.
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