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UPPCC Fall 2015 Class Announced

NASPO would like to extend our congratulations to those in state procurement that have successfully completed the Universal Public Procurement Certification Council’s (UPPCC) certification exams and have recently been granted the designations of Certified Public Procurement Officer (CPPO) and Certified Public Procurement Buyer (CPPB).

Newly granted CPPB’s
Ms. Shelly K. Alioa, CPPB Delaware Dept of Transportation
Ms. Eureka R. Yorkman, CPPB Maryland Dept of Juvenile Services
Ms. Chelsea A. Bednarczyk, CPPB Maryland Dept of Health & Mental Hygiene
Mr. Sam Hammond, CPPB Missouri Department of Corrections
Mr. Tyler Jay Barnes, CPPB Utah Dept of Transportation
Ms. Arianne K. Quignon, CPPB State of Idaho
Ms. Angela Dunaway, CPPB North Carolina Department of Administration
Ms. Chelsea Cameron, CPPB State of Idaho
Mrs. Jaime M. Motley, CPPB Arkansas Dept of Finance Administration
Ms. Diane Holley-Brown, CPPB WV Purchasing Division
Ms. Kellie A. Johnson, CPPB State of Ohio

Newly granted CPPO’s
Ms. Mary-Ellen Kane, CPPO, CPPB AZ Office of Tourism
Ms. Janie L. Terry, CPPO, CPPB Arizona Dept. of Corrections
Mr. Gerald S. Burlingham, CPPO State of Illinois
Mr. James Meadows, CPPO, CPPB WV Purchasing Division

Congratulations on all your hard work to become the UPPCC’s new class of Certified Public Procurement Officers and Certified Public Procurement Buyers!

To view the full list of recipients visit
For helpful exam preparation tools check out the Certification Webpage on the NASPO website.

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