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III Sub-Regional Caribbean Public Procurement Conference of the INGP

June 13-15, Bridgetown, Barbados

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The Third INGP Sub-regional Caribbean Government Procurement Conference was held in Bridgetown, Barbados and consisted of two days of presentations by international and regional experts and one day of closed sessions where country officials engaged in high level policy dialogue and developed guidelines for future activities on the network. 
Some of the main topics discussed include: regional platforms, capacity building, sustainable procurement, role of private sector, anti-corruption and trade. The event had over 120 participants, including representatives from 11 INGP member countries, public officials from Barbados, private sector, civil society, international experts, and international organizations. The conference was hosted by the Government of Barbados with the support from the OAS and the IDB.

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Dr. McCue received his Ph.D. in Public Administration from Florida International University. Prior to earning his Ph.D., Dr. McCue served as finance director, budget director, and procurement manager for a number of local governments across the U.S. Currently Dr. McCue serves as the Associate Director, School of Public Administration and Coordinator, Bachelor of Public Management program.
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