Welcome to emerging countries nation building.
Together, we can move all emerging countries into the advanced global economy.
This is an invitation to join in accelerating a major number of emerging countries into a 21st Century Nation Building program in a period of 20 to 25 years; not in 50 years as estimated in the last Century.
For those wishing to contribute immediately to current national building efforts described in this web site MITC has an account with Merrill Lynch offices in Rockville, Maryland to receive grants of funds, stocks, and other financial instruments. When submitting grants it is important to use the full organizational name: Maryland Information Technology Center, Inc. Your contributions will support the efforts to move millions of persons from poverty to becoming a participant in the global economy
The staff of the Maryland Information Technology Center, Inc. (MITC), aka Mid-Atlantic Innovative Technology Center, a not-for profit 501(c)(3), objective is to aid countries with emerging economies become full participants in the global economy in approximately 20 years. An important development aspect is that all sectors of a country’s population are included which adds tremendous potential for not only national development but for the global economy.
MITC’s expertise in accomplishing these goals are based on lessons learned in actual past national development programs in the last century. An important aspect of these lessons learned lead to the concept of creating Institutes of Science Technology and Economic Development (ISTED) in countries with emerging economies. One or two letters preceede the term ISTED to identify the country; LISTED for example is the acronym of the Liberian Institute of Science, Technology and Economic Development which is now a startup organization.
These detailed experiences in Korea and in Saudi Arabia led to the creation of specific and detailed plans that can be modified within a few days to create an operational plan for other countries with emerging economies.
A country’s Institute is designed to eventually operate as an independent organization, perhaps as a 501(c)3 or its equivalent. After the Institutes formation and getting office space the first task is to analyze the country’s socio-technological and educational development needs. Startup investments of ultimately hundreds of millions of dollars toward other goals are solicited as grants, governmental and private funds to support contracts for projects linked to national development and organizational operations. These initial contracts focus on performing research and developing strategies that become the foundation linked to national development in all of each country’s operational sectors.
MITC’s operational goal during the initial and early stages of development is to contract with the best talent and organizations globally to aid in accomplishing these objectives. A major emphasis will include finding professional displaced citizens and encouraging their return to employment in their country at an acceptable competitive salary scale for them.
Major financial procedures will be employed to insure that all funds are appropriately utilized for nation building and will be systematically publically reported for current and future contributors and investors.