A statewide procurement continuous improvement effort undertaken by the State of Alaska has received the Gold Award, the highest honor in the George Cronin Awards for Procurement Excellence, presented annually by the National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO).
The National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO) is proud to support the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana at the 11th annual Make-A-Wish Day, October 11, at Keeneland in Lexington, Kentucky.
Through conferences, research, informative publications, and various member benefit programs, NASPO is dedicated to providing educational and information-sharing opportunities to the state government procurement community. Curious to learn more about what NASPO membership can do for you? Don’t take our word for it – check out this new video which features some of our members discussing the benefits of their NASPO memberships! https://pulse.naspo.org/what-has-naspo-done-for-you/
Ethics and the professionalization of public procurement have been among NASPO’s Top 10 Priorities for elevating and advancing public procurement for several years. Check out NASPO's latest Research Publication on the topic.
Join fellow NASPO members September 23-26, in Long Beach, CA for the 2018 NASPO Annual Conference, Transformational Government. To help you leverage the transformative power of procurement to advance state government, the conference experience is also getting a reboot. Prepare for collaboration, idea-sharing, problem-solving and a whole new way of looking at the challenges state procurement leaders face.
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NASPO’s Research & Innovation Team has launched Procurement Pulse – a blog that monitors state issues in procurement. Procurement Pulse wants to be your go-to source for news, best practices, and emerging issues in state procurement. Bookmark the blog and be sure check back regularly for more articles on the issues that matter to NASPO members.