NIGP and CIPS Complete 20 Global Standards of Practice!!!!
In 2011, NIGP: The Institute for Public Procurement and the Chartered Institute for Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) formed a partnership to establish an international presence for the Principles and Practices of Public Procurement.
As the partnership continues its work to advance the procurement profession, we are pleased to announce the completion of 20 Global Standards of Practice.
- Strategic Planning
- Performance Measurement
- Performance Management
- Performance Metrics
- Cooperative Purchasing
- Risk Management
- Policy Manual
- Ethical Procurement
- Performance-Based Contracting
- Sustainable Procurement
- Conducting Spend Analysis
- Lease vs. Purchase Analysis
- Developing Evaluation Criteria
- Technology in Public Procurement
- The Evaluation Process
- Supplier Relationship Management
- Qualifications-Based Selection for Architectural and Engineering Services
Qualifications-Based Selection for Architectural and Engineering Services – Now Open for Public Comment
Thank you for your continued support of the Principles and Practices of Public Procurement.
Your participation during this public comment period is invaluable to the profession.
Please review the Practice on Qualifications-Based Selection for Architectural and Engineering Services and provide your comments here.
The practice will remain open for public comment until Tuesday, August 20.
Are you interested in learning about how the Standards of Practice are put to use in the life of the everyday procurement professional? If you are attending the NIGP Forum in Orlando, Florida, please join us for the Standards of Practice in the Workplace seminar which will be held on Tuesday, August 27th from 3:30 to 5:00 PM in room Crystal KL at the Orlando World Center Marriott.
Using a more dynamic and comprehensive survey method, NIGP can help members determine just how their peers are implementing the standard practices. Using the latest survey data, this session focuses on the hot spots for organizational improvement as identified by procurement professionals. This is a great chance to see where we are and where we are headed as a professional community.
Presenters: Chris Dixon, Sr. Manager, Tim Brett, Director State & Local Information Services, Deltek, Herndon, VA, and Clifton Jackson, Standards Manager, NIGP, Herndon, VA.
Thanks everyone for your continued support of our Principles and Practices of Public Procurement. Your participation during the public comment period is invaluable to the profession. Please visit http://www.a.nnotate.com/php/pdfnotate.php?d=2013-07-24&c=z6lhVyWE&aac=jrln8DDWibTj&asig=guest to provide your comments and feedback on our latest practice on Supplier Relationship Management. The Practice will remain open for public comment until August 2, 2013.
I’m Clifton Jackson. I began here at NIGP as Manager of the Standards of Practice on June 3rd. I look forward to working with you!
We are currently working to finalize two practices:
• Supplier Management, and
• Qualifications Based Selection for Architectural & Engineering Services.
Both Practices will be made available for public comment shortly.
Please stay posted!!!