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Tagged with " a USAID spokesperson said, " Bishop noted during a phone interview. JEEP is part of a larger USAID initiative in the Philippines, " Bishop said. USAID's spokesperson said JEEP is set to expire at the end of the year. But Bishop wants it stopped immediately, 000 in the Philippines currently enrolled--commit to undertake 400 hours of training during two years of study. It's the BPO (another name for call center operations) part of the curriculum that's tro, 2012 08:25 PM To: Mills, 2012 11:25 PM To: Subject: Fw: Philippines/USAID story Fyi Original Message From: Hammer, 2012 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2014-20439 Doc No. C05790958 Date: 12/31/2015 URL: http://www.informationweek.cominews/global-cio/interviews/232900478 Despite President Obama's r, according to an audit by the USAID's Office of Inspector General. Mindanao is a region in the southern Philippines that's known as a stronghold for Muslim rebels opposed to the central government. "Th, Africa, Amazon, and focuses on the specialized English skills required by employers in areas such as: nursing and allied healthcare; maritime services; travel and tourism services; business process outsourcing (BPO), and other areas of international employment." Students--there are about 23, April 21, Art, Arts, Asia, Australia, Business, Business and Economy, but one Congressman tells InformationWeek he's going to put a stop to it. By Paul McDougall, but our No. 1 imperative has to be the protection and creation of jobs here in this country, Canada, Cheryl D Cc: Laszczych, Cheryl D Sent: Saturday, China, Conditions and Diseases, Davao, Davao City, David S Subject: Philippines/USAID story Cheryl - wanted to be sure you were aware of this story, Earth, Education, England, English, English as a foreign or second language, English language, Environment, Facebook, God, Google, Government, Grammar, he called it "surprising and distressing." Bishop, he said. "We have a serious jobs deficit in this country and the fact that we would spend U.S. taxpayer dollars to prepare foreign nationals to take over jobs that can easily be done by Americans is s, Health, HILIPPINES/USAID STORY UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2014-20439 Doc No. C05790958 Date: 12/31/2015 RELEASE IN PART B5 From: Mills, History, Home, if a privately-owned company (including "publicly" traded ones like IBM) wants to outsource work overseas, in an e-mail. Bishop countered that such efforts shouldn't come at the expense of U.S. workers. "We have foreign policy imperatives, InformationWeek April 18, it turns out that the federal government itself is spending millions of dollars to train foreign students for employment in some booming career fields- -including working in offshore call centers that, Japan, Joanne; Toiv, known as Growth and Equity in Mindanao (GEM), Korea, Language Arts, Learning, Michael A Sent: Saturday, Nora F; Adams, nursing and other locally-based industries and to break the cycle of violence which had gripped that region of the Philippines, on which the agency is spending about $100 million per year, Organizations, People, Philippine, Philippines, Question, Rajiv Shah, recently introduced a bill that would make companies that outsource call centers ineligible for government contracts. The U.S. "has lost five hundred thousand call center jobs in the last five years, Recreation, see below. Story is now being reported by the Daily Caller and running on Drudge but has not gotten mainstream press pickup. USAID is developing press guidance and has draft statement announcing it wi, Shopping, Social Sciences, Student, Teacher, that's its business. Ultimately, the executives who make such a decision will be answerable to shareholders and customers. If the strategy works, the President's hand-picked head of USAID, they'll be rewarded. If not, they'll get pummeled by the market. But it's unfathomable that a federal agency like USAID should be (again) dipping into the public trough for money to train foreign nationals to work in overseas cal, TOEIC, Travel and Tourism, United States, was overseeing a program to train offshore call center workers. Is that hypocrisy or just managerial incompetence on the part of the White House? In my view, we have international development imperatives, which stands for Job Enabling English Proficiency. It's available to college students in the Philippines through USAID. That's the same agency that until a couple of years ago was spending millions of, who was instrumental in getting USAID to end its Sri Lanka program