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State Central Procurement Officials Rank Priorities for 2017

State Central Procurement Officials Rank Priorities for 2017

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. 
Published On: Thursday, January 5, 2017/Author: Kristy Howard
Preparing for the Future Workforce

Preparing for the Future Workforce

What can the millennial generation contribute to state procurement

Learn what the Millennial generation can contribute to state procurement offices, and use recommendations from Millennials to address recruitment and retention challenges.
Published On: Monday, December 12, 2016/Author: Kristy Howard
Procurement Reform Guide

Procurement Reform Guide

This primer highlights recent state procurement reform efforts and attempts to create a framework for defining some of the key concepts and drivers for change.

Click HERE to access the Procurement Reform Guide.
Published On: Thursday, August 4, 2016/Author: Elena Moreland
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.
Published On: Friday, July 29, 2016/Author: Elena Moreland
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.
Published On: Wednesday, July 6, 2016/Author: Elena Moreland
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