March is Procurement Month

Procurement Month 2017


 

Time to celebrate the role of the public procurement profession

When we celebrate Procurement Month, we acknowledge an elite group of professionals that have made a difference in governmental efficiency and effectiveness. This month provides the opportunity to help educate elected officials, administrators, taxpayers and vendors about the procurement process and the admirable work you perform every day.

The underlying theme for all activities during Procurement Month is the promotion and recognition of the field of Public Procurement.  Your colleagues have organized everything from official government resolutions to playful scavenger hunts, trivia games, networking games to a chocolate coined crash course in basic procurement. Enjoy…It’s all about you!

Crystal Key, City of Bristol, TN Receiving Proclamation
Crystal Key receiving the Procurement Month and Professional Buyer's Day Proclamations for the City of Bristol, Tennessee

Pinellas County Sheriff's Office honors Karen Main

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WMATA - Washington DC Metro Open House

County of San Diego, CA celebrates Procurement Month 2017
County of San Diego, CA celebrates Procurement Month

KPPA Proclamation Procurement Month 2017
Kentucky Public Procurement Association celebrates Procurement Month

Denver Public Schools Baked Potato Bar
Denver Public Schools hosts a baked potato bar for ~100 of their customers

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Goodie bags from the City of Longmont's Open House for city employees

Palm Beach Procurement Month Window Display
The City of Palm Bay's Procurement Department celebrates Procurement Month.

RMGPA Procurement Month Cake
Rocky Mountain Governmental Purchasing Association celebrates Procurement Month 2017 with cake.

Clayton County Central Services, GA receives Procurement Month Proclamation
Clayton County Central Services in Jonesboro, GA receives Procurement Month Proclamation.

Procurement Month Proclamation State of South Carolina
South Carolina Association of Governmental Purchasing Officials Chapter of NIGP board members with our new Governor, Gov. Henry McMaster

Proclamation_Mayor Benjamin_City of Columbia
City of Columbia, South Carolina, Procurement & Contracts staff with Mayor Steve Benjamin. L-R: Gary Porth, Kimberley Roof, Anita Higgins, Ben Radin, LaTasha Terry, Charlene Maffett, Jeff Palen, CFO/Assistant City Manager), Monique Morphis and Shannon Lizewski. Front row: Sandra Wright, Mayor Steve Benjamin and LaWana Robinson-Lee

City of Knoxville celebrating procurement month-with-Mayor

Mayor Celebrates Procurement Month with City of Knoxville Procurement Staff

From left to right: Pamela Cotham, Asst. Purchasing Agent, Linda Blackburn, Senior Buyer, Sherry Bennett, Small Business Specialist, Penny Owens, Contract Manager, Mayor Madeline Rogero, Janice McClelland, Assistant Purchasing Agent, Boyce Evans, Purchasing Agent, and Julie Maxwell, Procurement Specialist.

City of Tampa Purchasing Department

City of Tampa Purchasing Department received commendation from Tampa City Council. 

Pictured from Left to Right: Acquanetta Grant, Purchasing Technician, Michelle Blizard, Executive Aide, Linda Johnson, Certified Sr. Procurement Analyst, Gregory Spearman, Director, Michelle Gomez, Procurement Specialist, Anthony McGee, Certified Procurement Analyst, Katrina House, Purchasing Technician

City of Tarpon Springs, FL celebrates Procurement Month
City of Tarpon Springs, FL celebrates Procurement Month
Pictured from left to right; Jim Davis (stores clerk), Mayor Chris Alahouzos, Cathy Morgan (Sr Procurement Analyst), Rhonda Simmons (Procurement Analyst), Jay Jackus (Procurement Services Director)

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NIGP's First Virtual Chapter Recognized

Alaska-Hawaii Governmental Procurement Association (AHGPA) is officially recognized and commended by State of Alaska Governor, Bill Walker

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Procurement Month 2016 Highlights

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