Current Procurement U Course Offerings

Introduction to Terms & Conditions

Introduction to Terms & Conditions

NASPO is excited to announce the launch of Procurement U Course, Introduction to Terms and Conditions. This web based, self-paced course can be accessed through the Procurement U Learning Management System (LMS).

Review and download syllabus here. 
Delivery method: Web Based, Self-Paced
Contact Hours: 1
Registration: $20 Discounted Rate. $35 Standard Rate



Introduction to Terms and Conditions will provide participants with the fundamental concepts of Terms and Conditions as it pertains to state procurement.  Participants will be able to:

  • Define Terms and Conditions and describe their importance in the state procurement process.
  • Recognize how Terms and Conditions can impact the bid cycle.
  • List the different steps that are part of the Terms and Conditions process.
  • Identify how negotiations can impact the development of Terms and Conditions.

Please contact procurementu@naspo.org for troubleshooting or any questions pertaining to the course.



Where Can I Access Online Classes?

The Procurement U Learning Management System (LMS) is your gateway to registration, access to Procurement U resources and study groups. New to Procurement U? Get registered today!

Login URL: https://procurementu.elogiclearning.com
Username: Your state email address or the email you use to log into the NASPO Network
Password: Click the Create Account button to create your account and password.

You will be prompted to change your password as soon as you log in.  If you are not a NASPO member and would like access, please click the Create Account button to register. If you have any difficulties with log in, please contact procurementu@naspo.org.

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