NIGP: The Institute for Public Procurement

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Snyder v. United States, Bribery or Gratuity

Kirk Buffington breaks down what this ruling means to you and your entity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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FEATURED RESOURCES

DOCUMENT LIBRARY

Thousands of solicitation templates to aid in your development activities

 

DICTIONARY OF TERMS

Comprehensive reference for commonly used procurement terms and concepts

NIGP CODE

Universal taxonomy for identifying commodities and services in procurement systems

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Agency

Organizations that are federal entities, state/provincial entities, county entities, city entities, public schools, institutions of higher learning, commissions, boards, governmental hospitals, public authorities, or other institutions.

Individual (Voting)

Individuals that are currently employed by a public agency that cannot/will not fund membership in professional organizations, or does not include the individual in its membership.

Individual (Non-Voting)

Former Public Procurement Professionals, Contracted Procurement Professional, Non-Publicly Funded Procurement Agent, and Other Publicly Funded Procurement

Includes first covered member

Discounts for group memberships

Agency Representative designation

Access to Document Library

Network with colleagues on NSite

FREE webinars

Member-only pricing for courses and events

Can serve on NIGP committees as a voting member

Can vote in elections

Can be elected to the Board of Directors

Access to Document Library

Network with colleagues on NSite

FREE webinars

Member-only pricing for courses and events

Access to Document Library

Network with colleagues on NSite

FREE webinars

Member-only pricing for courses and events

Agency

Organizations that are federal entities, state/provincial entities, county entities, city entities, public schools, institutions of higher learning, commissions, boards, governmental hospitals, public authorities, or other institutions.

Includes first covered member

Discounts for group memberships

Agency Representative designation

Access to Document Library

Network with colleagues on NSite

FREE webinars

Member-only pricing for courses and events

Individual (Voting)

Individuals that are currently employed by a public agency that cannot/will not fund membership in professional organizations, or does not include the individual in its membership.

Can serve on NIGP committees as a voting member

Can vote in elections

Can be elected to the Board of Directors

Access to Document Library

Network with colleagues on NSite

FREE webinars

Member-only pricing for courses and events

Individual (Non-Voting)

Former Public Procurement Professionals, Contracted Procurement Professional, Non-Publicly Funded Procurement Agent, and Other Publicly Funded Procurement

Access to Document Library

Network with colleagues on NSite

FREE webinars

Member-only pricing for courses and events

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