Jean-Claude Garcia-Zamor is presently a tenured Professor in the Department of Public Administration at Florida International University (FIU). He has also been doing research and teaching at Leipzig University in the former East Germany during the summer of May, June and July. In June 2007, the President of that University (Rektor) designated him an Honorary Professor (Honorarprofessor). Before going to FIU he was a Professor of Public Policy and Administration in the Department of Political Science at Howard University. Previously, he taught in the Department of Government of the University of Texas at Austin and at the Brazilian School of Public Administration of the Getulio Vargas Foundation in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He has also lectured at the Venezuelan National School of Public Administration in Caracas, Venezuela; the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs; the Catholic University of Argentina in Mendoza, Argentina; the University of Pittsburgh; the American University in Washington, D.C.; the Foreign Service Institute of the U.S. Department of State; the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho; the Canadian National School of Public Administration in Montreal and Quebec City; the Bialystok School of Public Administration in Poland; and Delhi University and Madras University in India. He has also visited the Caribbean, Eastern and Western Europe, Latin America, New Zealand, Australia, South Korea, and the People’s Republic of China to lecture on U.S. public administration practices.Dr. Garcia-Zamor was a Senior Specialist in Public Administration at the Organization of American States and he was President of the International Development Group, Inc., a Washington, D.C.-based consulting firm with twenty-five Associates. Later, he was elected by the Board of Directors of the Inter-American Development Bank to a two-year term to join the Board as Controller. He has done extensive consulting work in Latin America and Africa for the World Bank, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), the Food and Agricultural Organization of the U.N. (FAO), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the Pan American Development Foundation, the National Institute of Public Management and several U.S. universities.