NASPO Publications

2016 State Procurement Practices Survey

The Survey of State Procurement Practices includes statutory, regulatory and policy requirements in state procurement.  Go here to access to interactive survey data, and view the Survey Summary Report for additional analysis. 
Published On: Friday, September 23, 2016/Author: Sarah Razor
2015-2016 Member Report

2015-2016 Member Report

The 2015-2016 Member Report serves as an update on the state of NASPO, and spotlights the progress made on the strategic plan, which is set forth by the NASPO Board of Directors. 
Published On: Friday, September 23, 2016/Author: Sarah Razor
New Publication: Considerations for Public-Private Partnerships (P3s)

New Publication: Considerations for Public-Private Partnerships (P3s)

A joint report from NASPO, NASFA, NASCA and Governing Institute

This new publication highlights how different government entities can work together to develop successful P3s, when P3’s should be considered, risk factors, practical considerations and current state laws. 

Published On: Monday, September 12, 2016/Author: Sarah Razor
Statewide Centralization Infographic

Statewide Centralization Infographic

Statewide centralization and enhancing the strategic role of state central procurement have been front and center for many states. NASPO recognized statewide centralization as one of its top priorities for 2016.

This infographic report presents a quick overview of the main drivers for change towards centralization, reported successes, challenges and risk factors, based on information gathered through group interviews with chief procurement officers.
Published On: Friday, July 29, 2016/Author: Elena Moreland
NASPO Bulletin

NASPO Bulletin

July 2016

Click Here to View the July 2016 Bulletin


Cronin Nominations Due July 27
Annual Conference Registration Now Open
Procurement Perspectives Paper Released on KPIs
Published On: Monday, July 18, 2016/Author: Kristy Howard
State and Local Government Procurement: A Practical Guide

The Procurement Reform Guide highlights recent state procurement reform efforts and attempts to create a framework for defining some of the key concepts and drivers for change.

This online guide is just a first step in a collective effort to understand procurement reform and reengineering. A few final questions for state central procurement officials have been included, as an opportunity to build on this resource and continue the conversation about procurement reform.

Go HERE to access the Procurement Reform Guide.

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