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Top 10 Focus Areas for State Procurement

Top 10 Focus Areas for State Procurement

This is a list of top priorities to guide the association’s programmatic activities in 2015. The top 10 ranking of state procurement focus areas reflects the collective voice of State Central Procurement Officers who voted on their top 10 priorities, based on the relevance and existing or anticipated impact on state procurement policies in their respective NASPO member state.
Published On: Sunday, February 1, 2015/Author: Melanie Bowzer
Published On: Thursday, August 7, 2014/Author: Jordan Henson
Green Purchasing Guide

Green Purchasing Guide

This revised guide is an easy-to-use tool including basic concepts of green purchasing, twelve steps to developing a working program, sample calculators, a Glossary of Terms, links to green purchasing policies and programs currently utilized in other states and localities, NASPO webinar recordings, state green profiles, fact sheets, and much more.

Published On: Thursday, May 1, 2014/Author: Jordan Henson
State Procurement Adds Value and Jobs

State Procurement Adds Value and Jobs

The paper highlights the value that state procurement professionals bring to state government, focusing on ways in which procurement generates state savings, creates and sustains private sector jobs, and ensures state procurement integrity. It also includes a discussion on how state executive leadership can help support state procurement's ability to add value to states.
Published On: Saturday, June 1, 2013/Author: Jordan Henson
Credit/Debit Card Interchange Fees and State Procurement

Credit/Debit Card Interchange Fees and State Procurement

This paper reviews recent reforms to interchange fees, discusses potential implications for state governments’ procurement card programs, associated with the terms of the proposed settlement agreed between payment card networks and merchants.

In addition, the paper identifies key areas for procurement officials to consider in order to guide potential adjustments to state procurement card programs and accommodate expected changes in the industry.
Published On: Saturday, September 1, 2012/Author: Jordan Henson
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