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Critical Success Areas and Key Performance Indicators for State Central Procurement Offices

Critical Success Areas and Key Performance Indicators for State Central Procurement Offices

This publication recommends critical success areas and key metrics for state central procurement offices. NASPO identified four critical success areas and key performance indicators (KPIs) that the state central procurement organization should focus on to be successful. NASPO suggests using this limited number of metrics defined for each  area as central to the success of the state central procurement office. We encourage each office to develop its own KPIs that are strategic, actionable, relevant, and in line with their statutory requirements, statewide strategy and organizational goals.
Wednesday, July 6, 2016/Author: Elena Moreland/Number of views (4688)/Comments (0)/
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Workforce Webinar Series: CPOs and the Future Workforce

Workforce Webinar Series: CPOs and the Future Workforce

A panel of Chief Procurement Officers (CPOs) with varied backgrounds and experience discuss the future of the state procurement workforce from behind the CPOs' desk. You will learn about recruitment and retention strategies, workforce challenges, including what works and what doesn't for attracting millennials into state government, and much more.

To view this webinar CLICK HERE
Friday, June 24, 2016/Author: Jordan Henson/Number of views (1828)/Comments (0)/
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Workforce Webinar Series: Millennials in State Procurement

Workforce Webinar Series: Millennials in State Procurement

The term "millennial generation" gets used a lot to describe the workforce of the future, but what does it really mean for the procurement director and their office? This webinar series is your opportunity to find out!

What can your office do to help retain millennial employees for longer periods of time or get them to invest in the organization for the long haul? What attracts millennials to procurement? How do you maximize the transfer of knowledge and experience between seasoned professionals and the workforce of the future?

To hear from millennials on these topics and much more, CLICK HERE
Thursday, April 28, 2016/Author: Jordan Henson/Number of views (2282)/Comments (0)/
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State Central Procurement Officials Rank Priorities for 2016

State Central Procurement Officials Rank Priorities for 2016

Based on a ranking from State Central Procurement Officials nationally, the Top Ten Priorities For State Procurement sets the agenda for thought leadership and programming for the profession. 

For the second year, state CPO's collectively ranked process reform and reengineering as the number one priority for state procurement in 2016. This includes encouraging streamlined procurement processes, modernize procurement law, reduce laws and regulations complexity. To learn about the other priorities in state procurement, download the Top Ten Priorities here

For more information, please contact Elena Moreland
Wednesday, January 20, 2016/Author: Kristy Howard/Number of views (3129)/Comments (0)/
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State Central Procurement Officials Rank Priorities for 2016

State Central Procurement Officials Rank Priorities for 2016

Based on a ranking from State Central Procurement Officials nationally, the Top Ten Priorities For State Procurement sets the agenda for thought leadership and programming for the profession. 

For the second year, state CPO's collectively ranked process reform and reengineering as the number one priority for state procurement in 2016. This includes encouraging streamlined procurement processes, modernize procurement law, reduce laws and regulations complexity. To learn about the other priorities in state procurement, download the Top Ten Priorities here

For more information, please contact Elena Moreland
Wednesday, January 20, 2016/Author: Kristy Howard/Number of views (2158)/Comments (0)/
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