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Phil Paradice

Director of the Atlanta Regional Office

Department of Commerce

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Department of Commerce

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Employment History

Regional Director for the Atlanta Regional Office

Economic Development Administration


Director of the Atlanta Region

U.S. Department of Commerce


Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council


Regional Director

Atlanta Regional Office , U.S. Economic Development Administration


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www.free-times.com

In a letter to Lawton dated May 16, Phil Paradice, the director of the Atlanta regional office of the Department of Commerce's Economic Development Agency, writes:
Paradice was unable Monday to confirm or deny this, as the staffer he needed to check with was out of town.


www.free-times.com

In a letter to Lawton dated May 16, Phil Paradice, the director of the Atlanta regional office of the Department of Commerce's Economic Development Agency, wrote that the city "has failed to properly account for RLF [revolving loan fund] funds" and "has not been able to produce correct RLF reports at least since September 2008."
Reached Monday, Paradice was unable to confirm or deny this, as the staffer he needed to check with was out of town.


universityeda.org [cached]

H. Philip Paradice, Jr.
Regional Director Economic Development Administration Phil Paradice has been with the Economic Development Administration since 1998 and was selected Director of the eight-state Atlanta Regional office in 2007. He and his staff develop and manage the agency's investments to support jobs, private investment, innovation, entrepreneurship and global competitiveness in the region. He is the recipient of three Silver Medal Awards from the US Department of Commerce for his service in response to natural disasters and major economic dislocations. In 2010 and 2011 he served for seven months in Washington, DC as acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Regional Affairs where he directed the agency's six regional offices. During this time he received the Secretary of Commerce's Performance Excellence Award for leading a team in the development and implementation of innovations in EDA's grant application process.


www.bradd.org [cached]

"The KADIS is the first of its kind in Kentucky and in the region," said Phil Paradice, Jr., regional director for the Atlanta Regional Office of the Economic Development Administration.


summit.operationhope.org

H. Phillip Paradice, Jr.
Regional Director, Atlanta Economic Development Administration Phil Paradice has been with the Economic Development Administration since 1998 and was selected Director of the eight-state Atlanta Regional office in 2007. He and his staff develop and manage the agency's investments to support jobs, private investment, innovation, entrepreneurship and global competitiveness in the region. He is the recipient of three Silver Medal Awards from the US Department of Commerce for his service in response to natural disasters and major economic dislocations. In 2010 and 2011 he served for seven months in Washington, DC as acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Regional Affairs where he directed the agency's six regional offices. During this time he received the Secretary of Commerce's Performance Excellence Award for leading a team in the development and implementation of innovations in EDA's grant application process.


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