CAPAM

AcronymDefinition
CAPAMCommonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management (UK)
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Ken also provided me with my first opportunity to serve on a graduate thesis committee and encouraged me to get involved with the IP AC Regional Group in Toronto and the Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management (CAPAM).
In 2002 we attended the CAPAM Conference in Scotland.
When strength of character is developed in the public managers, accountability and integrity becomes the foundation of public service (CAPAM 2009).
The principles of the CAPAM were laid out in 1991 in the Declaration of the Commonwealth Heads of Government made at a meeting in Harare, Zimbabwe.
As Paul Ntep Gwet, a director of CAPAM, explained to the local press: "In 2003, the country had issued just two permits for industrial mining operations and the activities of the small-scale mining sector were not even monitored.
The Board approved a CAPAM vision which outlined financing, membership and programme plans to make CAPAM a self-sufficient autonomous organization over the next five years.
The Gold Medals were given away at the CAPAM's annual conference held at Malta on October 20, 2010.
Egypt's foreign exchange receipts hiked 19.9 percent during fiscal year 2016/2017, recording $104.3 billion, compared to LE 87 billion in 2015/2016, Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPAMS) said.
The Central Agency for Public Mobilisation and Statistics (CAPAMS) on Tuesday announced the annual bulletin for financial statistics and indicators of investment in private sector companies in 2016.
FILE -- Money CAIRO -- 27 March 2019: Egypt's foreign exchange receipts hiked 19.9 percent during fiscal year 2016/2017, recording $104.3 billion, compared to LE 87 billion in 2015/2016, the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPAMS) said Wednesday.