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For Immediate Release:
April 11, 2014
Media Contact:
Olga Vega

Commissioner Diaz reappointed to Intergovernmental Policy Advisory Committee

(MIAMI-DADE COUNTY)  – Miami-Dade County Commissioner Jose “Pepe” Diaz has been reappointed to the Intergovernmental Policy Advisory Committee (IGPAC) as a representative of Miami-Dade County.

Commissioner Diaz, who has served on the IGPAC since 2010, was reappointed by Assistant U.S. Trade Representative Jewel James on April 10.

The IGPAC provides policy advice to the Office of the United States Trade Representative on trade policy matters that have a significant relationship to the affairs of state and local governments within the jurisdiction of the United States.

“I’m honored to be reappointed to the IGPAC to help ensure that Miami-Dade County’s commercial interests continue to be promoted as part of our nation’s trade policy,” Commissioner Diaz said.

On the international level, Commissioner Diaz also serves as Chairman of the International Trade Consortium Board and is an advocate for trade and for forging partnerships with other nations.