Are you a public procurement professional looking to get certified and join the Universal Public Procurement Certification Council (UPPCC) ranks?
UPPCC announced more inclusive eligibility requirements for their CPPO and CPPB certifications and updates to recertification in 2019. Ann Peshoff, executive director of UPPCC, expressed that they wanted to broaden their eligibility requirements to “better align [them] with the various ways in which mastery is developed by an individual.” The updates to recertification offer certificants flexibility and greater control over their own continuing education. These updates also further recognize the contributions of on-going employment experience.
Public procurement professionals are the gatekeepers of taxpayer dollars and are held to a higher standard of conduct, excellence, and integrity. The continuous development of academic degrees related to procurement as well as national certifications are necessary to elevate the public procurement profession as a recognized and highly regarded career path. For procurement professionals who are interested in elevating their career, getting certified, and having fun along the way, where should they go? The answer is the UPPCC! Read more “Get Your Certification ON!”
Happy New Year, NASPO members! It is fitting that I begin my tenure as NASPO President as we turn the page on the calendar and welcome 2019. This certainly is the start of an exciting new year in my life and I am honored and humbled for the opportunity to serve as your NASPO President.
At its core, NASPO is a member services organization, and everything it does is geared toward the ultimate goal of elevating the profession of public procurement by empowering members to achieve success and nurturing the leadership potential that each of you possess.
Read more “NASPO President’s Message”