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New Publication: Considerations for Public-Private Partnerships (P3s)

New Publication: Considerations for Public-Private Partnerships (P3s)

A joint report from NASPO, NASFA, NASCA and Governing Institute

This new publication highlights how different government entities can work together to develop successful P3s, when P3’s should be considered, risk factors, practical considerations and current state laws. 

Monday, September 12, 2016/Author: Sarah Razor/Number of views (3657)/Comments (0)/
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NASPO Bulletin

NASPO Bulletin

August 2016



Highlights:

How to Market to State Governments Meeting gets a New Name
Midwestern Regional Conference Review
Procurement Reform Guide Released

Monday, August 15, 2016/Author: Kristy Howard/Number of views (1345)/Comments (0)/
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Statewide Centralization Infographic

Statewide Centralization Infographic

Statewide centralization and enhancing the strategic role of state central procurement have been front and center for many states. NASPO recognized statewide centralization as one of its top priorities for 2016.

This infographic report presents a quick overview of the main drivers for change towards centralization, reported successes, challenges and risk factors, based on information gathered through group interviews with chief procurement officers.
Friday, July 29, 2016/Author: Elena Moreland/Number of views (3677)/Comments (0)/
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NASPO Bulletin

NASPO Bulletin

July 2016



Highlights:

Cronin Nominations Due July 27
Annual Conference Registration Now Open
Procurement Perspectives Paper Released on KPIs
Monday, July 18, 2016/Author: Kristy Howard/Number of views (1849)/Comments (0)/
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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 (4665)/Comments (0)/
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