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December 2019 Bulletin

December 2019 Bulletin

October 2019 Bulletin Download

Highlights

  • NASPO releases 2019 Annual Report to Members
  • NASPO enters strategic partnership with GW Law
  • Register for the CPPB and the CPPO courses.
  • Register Now for the 2020 Exchange!
  • Mark Your Calendars for the Cronin Webinar Series
  • Don't Miss the Market Research Roundup Webinar!
  • NASPO Board of Directors approves endowments
  • What's Your Pulse Rate?
  • Welcome to the newest NASPO members
Monday, December 23, 2019/Author: James Bregenzer/Number of views (88)/Comments (0)/
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November 2019 Bulletin

November 2019 Bulletin

October 2019 Bulletin Download

Highlights

  • Message from 2019 NASPO President Lisa Eason
  • Incoming President George Schutter Announces Leadership Appointments for 2020
  • Registration is Open for Procurement U's Spring CPPO, CPPB Prep Courses
  • Don't miss the 2019 Cronin Awards Webinar Series
  • Holiday Discounts from Procurement U - Check out these limited time deals!
  • 2020 NASPO Exchange Registration is Open!
  • OregonBuys Marketplace featured in Governing Daily
  • Maintaining a healthy Pulse rate
  • The Call for Submissions for the 2020 SPLC Summit + Connect is now open
Monday, December 2, 2019/Author: James Bregenzer/Number of views (121)/Comments (0)/
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February 2019 Bulletin

February 2019 Bulletin

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Register now for the 2019 NASPO Exchange! 
The Value of Central Procurement
Blockchain: The Public Sector Big Picture
2019 NASPO Regional Conferences
Does your state need GovWin IQ and Procurement IQ training?
Summer 2019 Internship Program
Chemeketa mini-scholarship opportunities
NASPO featured in American City & County 

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