Over the past six years of NASPO Top 10 Priorities lists, four topics have made the Top 10 every year and an additional 3 topics were on the list for all but one year. These topics, collectively, represent 65% of the list from the past six years. NASPO has supported these priorities through the development of the publications found in the table below.
In response to COVID-19, NASPO has created a web directory for resources related to procurement.
This directory, available through the NASPO website, highlights resources both from NASPO and external sources which provide valuable information for state procurement offices during the pandemic. Read more “NASPO Announces COVID-19 Resource Directory”
For 2020, we are expanding our Day in the Life series, interviewing different NASPO/NASPO ValuePoint teams. This series will give you an inside look at the work of a NASPO/NASPO ValuePoint team. This week we caught up with some of the staff of NASPO ValuePoint including: Chief Operations Officer (COO), Sarah Hilderbrand; Cooperative Contract Lead Coordinator (CCLC), Ted Fosket; Cooperative Contract Coordinator (CCC) , Jeff Holden; Cooperative Contract Coordinator III (CCC III), Voight Shealy; and Director of Administrative Services, Lee Ann Pope
NASPO ValuePoint is the cooperative contracting division of NASPO and facilitates administration of the NASPO cooperative group contracting of state Chief Procurement Officials (CPOs) for the benefit of state departments, institutions, agencies, and political subdivisions; as well as other eligible entities including cities, counties, special districts community colleges, universities and some quasi-governmental and nonprofit organizations.
Keep reading to get to learn more about NASPO ValuePoint and what a day on their team looks like!
We are kicking off this year by hitting the road to visit some of our academic partners and their students Keep reading if your office is interested in:
Recruiting and retaining emerging talent
Staying up to date on resources offered by academic partners
Continuing education opportunities
Are you in search of an opportunity to enhance your procurement knowledge? Do you enjoy learning from your peers in other states? Are you looking to challenge yourself while adding valuable insight to your profession?
The National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO) and George Washington Law (GW Law) have recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding to foster and promote public procurement education together. Dr. Karen Thornton, the Director of the GW Government Program Law Program, and Dianne Lancaster, NASPO Chief Learning Officer, are the representatives for each organization. Read more “NASPO Welcomes New Academic Partner”