International Executive Service Corps

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International Executive Service Corps

Also called the IESC. A nonprofit organization in the United States that implements international development projects designed to strengthen private business in developing countries. Specifically, it offers assistance in the tourism, information technology, trade and financial services sectors. It was established in 1964 by David Rockefeller and is based in Washington, D.C.
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When IESC started to work with Jordan in 1991 the country's total exports to the US were just $4.
The prime minister took a similar course of action by officially removing Chalabi as head of the Essential Services Committee and instructing him to no longer attend the IESC.
IESC has been putting ex-CEOs like these to work overseas since its inception as one of President Lyndon Johnson's Great Society programs.
Ernie Bolduc hopes to return to Botswana on a follow-up assignment or to work in another country as an IESC project coordinator.
The Capacity Building and Change Management Project II is working for the Ministry of Agriculture Irrigation and Livestock MAIL, funded by USAID and implemented by International Executive Services Corps IESC and ICMA.
Major organization : THE IESC CAPACITY BUILDING AND CHANGE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM II
Establishing an accounting system using QuickBooks and SmartVault in accordance with the policies of IESC and the Malian laws.
Protecting precious water resources from impacts of large coal mines is a priority of the Australian Government and that is why I visited the site with the previous Chair of the IESC and fully incorporated her suggestions in the approval conditions.