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January 2022

January 2022

NASPO Celebrates 75 Years

In 2022, NASPO will celebrate its 75th anniversary! Stay tuned for looks down memory lane, stories from members about their NASPO connections, and special celebrations at all of our events this year.
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Tennessee Department of General Services' Central Procurement Office team members received certificates and coins from the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency and the Tennessee National Guard for their hard work during the pandemic and other declared emergencies.
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Top Ten Priorities Are Coming!

Make sure to check your email tomorrow. We will release the 2022 Top Ten Priorities for State Procurement.

NASPO Resources - Updated Look and Function

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Quickly find resources, such as white papers, and webinars, sorted by topic in our newly renovated NASPO Content Library!

Everything you need to know about sustainable purchasing is now available on the website. Familiarize yourself with key terms, view state statutes and sustainable purchasing websites, and download NASPO resources on the topic.

NASPO at 75:

NASPO Begins in 1947

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After meeting informally to plan strategies ensuring state governments would receive a fair share of property distributed under the Surplus War Property Disposal Act of 1944, NASPO held its first meeting in Chicago on January 31 - February 1, 1947. George Cronin of Massachusetts was elected as NASPO's first president.

Upcoming Events

January 12 | 2 pm ET

February 28 - March 3 Pensacola Beach, FL

Academic Forum
March 29 - 31
State College, PA

April 12 - 14
Orlando, FL

Annual Conference
September 25 - 28
San Diego, CA

*Registration Open

Procurement U Courses

Better RFPs, Better Projects
February 21 - March 21
Price: $250

Customer Service in Government Procurement
February 28 - March 31

NASPO Funds for 2022

The 2022 balances for the NASPO Funds are:

Professional Development Funds
(up to) $40,000 per state

Technology Asset Improvement Funds
(up to) $17,850 per state

In-State Cooperative Outreach Funds
(up to) $15,000 per state
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