INGP Newsletter, 11th Edition


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The vast majority of us in one way or another linked to the Inter-American Network on Government Procurement share the privilege and frustration to develop our work too close to those spaces where policy is made.

These areas have the power cuasimágico to modify the environment in which we live and, when well used, change for the better the destinies of the citizens they are due. But this ability comes with a price, the professional lives of politicians and those close to them is limited, sometimes fleeting and almost always unstable.

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