Government Procurement Magazine


Government Procurement is NIGP's official magazine and is a leading resource for the public procurement community fostering the interchange of ideas, information, and experience.

Most Recent Issues - 2015


DecemberJanuary 2015 Government Procurement Magazine

With articles such as:

  • Communicating the Value by Jonathan White
  • Cooperative Contracting by Wayne A. Casper
  • Energy and Data Management: How can you manage what you can't measure? by ​Bob Wooten
  • Federal Grant Reform: New Procurement & Contracting Rqequirements by Bob Wooten
  • Classifying your workforce: Independent contractor vs. employee by Elijah Black
  • The Piggyback-lash by Debbie Groat

Read the Dec/Jan 2016 Issue


Government Procurement Magazine August September 2015

With articles such as:

  • Public-Private Partnerships by Alexandru Roman
  • Procurement "Lingo" in Public Sector Procurement Today by Jean Clark
  • Are you on the Local Vendor Preference Train and want to jump off?by Mary Pace
  • Negotiating energy supply agreements: a tricky balancing actby Bob Wooten
  • Tech talk by Elijah Black

Read the Oct/Nov 2015 Issue


Government Procurement Magazine August September 2015

With articles such as:

  • Communicating the Value by Jonathan White
  • 10-Year Energy Agreements are Growing in Popularity Among Public Entities - Are They Here to Stay? by Bob Wooten
  • Uniform Guidelines Procurement Standands - The Unsolved Mystery by Jean Clark
  • Federal Grant Reform: A Status Report by Dr. Lawrence Martin
  • Can We Talk? A conversation between public purchasers and cooperative purchasing program representatives by Elijah Black
  • Marketing the Value of Procurement by Tammy Rimes
  • 3 Trends Driving Cooperative Procurement of Construction Services by The Gordian Group

Read the Aug/Sept 2015 Issue

 

GovPro Magazine July August 2015

With articles such as:

  • Innovation in Procurement by Kenneth Hayslette
  • Two Progressive Ways to Reduce Energy Costs with Little Investment by Bob Wooten
  • 5 Reasons to Get Your CPPB or CPPO Certification by Jason Soza
  • Procurement Transformation Progression by Jean Clark
  • NIGP Forum 2015
  • Healthy Relationships by the NIGP Business Council
  • ​The Evolution of NIGP and Forum ​by Elijah Black​

Read the June/July 2015 Issue



With articles such as:

  • Communicating the Value - Using Rebates and Surpluses to Generate Revenue by Jonathan White
  •  Achieving Local Government "Buy In" of a Complex Purchasing Method by Gregory K. Spearman
  • NIGP Diversity Council - Focusing on the Future by Joe Benjamin
  • Clear Communication Equals Increased Competition by Jean Clark
  • Marks on Mentoring by Frederick Marks
  • Building Better Supplier Relationships by Elijah Black
  • Natural Gas, Energy Prices, and Procurement by Bob Wooten

Read the April/May 2015 Issue



GovPro Magazine Feburary March 2015

With articles such as:

  • Communicating the Value: Savings and Efficiencies You May Have Forgotten by Jonathan White
  • Why Constant Measurement of Energy Program Performance is Vital to Reducing Costs by Bob Wooten
  • Another Key Decision With a Lasting Impact - Selection of a Commodity Code Structure by Jean Clark
  • Predicting Procurement's Path by Elijah Black
  • Local Governments Love Local Food by Matthew W. Quinn

Read the Feb/March 2015 Issue


GovPro Magazine December January 2015

With articles such as:

  • Why Public Procurement and NIGP are Important, Part Two by Don Buffum
  • What's Next - After Greenbuild 2014 by Josh Jacobs
  • Energy Aggregations: Lower Prices, Higher Cost? by Bob Wooten
  • Overcoming Procurement's Transformation Challenges by Jean Clark
  • Moving from Tactical to Strategic by Mike Richart
  • Procurement Authority in Public Entities excerpted from NIGP's Position Paper

Read the Dec/Jan 2015 Issue

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