OverviewThis session provides a brief overview of NIGP’s Pathways program which integrates career-long learning with credentialing options – including the NIGP Certified Procurement Professional designation (NIGP-CPP) credential. The session will explain the NIGP-CPP program objectives and the key differences which set the NIGP-CPP apart from other certification programs. The session will also provide detailed information on eligibility requirements, how to apply and schedule exams, the exam content and format, and recertification requirements.
What You'll Learn
2. The key differences that set the NIGP-CPP apart
3. If they are eligible to apply for the NIGP-CPP
4. The NIGP-CPP exam content and format
5. The timelines for earning the NIGP-CPP
7. The benefits of “bridging” to the NIGP-CPP through May 2024 if the learner is currently certified by the UPPCC
8. The requirements for re-certification
Rick Grimm has served as NIGP’s Chief Executive Officer for 21 years. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Miami and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Florida International University. He served county governments and public school districts for 23 years, including over 12 years in the management of the public procurement function, before joining the NIGP team in 1998.
Attendance for Individuals
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Attendance for Groups
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