NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF GOVERNMENT
CITY METROPOLITAN CHAPTER
NIGP NY INC
NYPD Assistant Commissioner for Contract Administration,
Frank Bello, is retiring soon after 37 years of service. A Retirement Party
is planned for him on Thursday, March 7, 2019 from 6:00PM to 10:00PM at Giando on the Water,
400 Kent Avenue, in Brooklyn. $100. Per person inc. Open Bar, Dinner, Music and Gift.
Please join us in wishing Commissioner Bello a well-deserved retirement. Please feel free to contact Claudia Castro, at 646-610-4786 or Sheanni Gunasekera at 646-610-5221, if you have any questions. Payments due by Friday, February 22, 2019.
UPPCC Launches Online Application for Recertification
Herndon, VA – January 14, 2019 - The Universal Public Procurement Certification Council (UPPCC) is pleased to announce that the new online
application for recertification is now available.
Public procurement professionals who are credentialed by the organization as CPPOs
and CPPBs are required to recertify every five (5) years to maintain their credentialed status. The recertification process
consists of documenting one’s ongoing professional development and contribution activities in the field of public procurement.
UPPCC has taken the paper-based process of the past and completely transformed it into a
modern, user-friendly process that is now completely paperless and accessible to any certificant through their own personalized
Certificants will appreciate the significant benefits this convenient online
application process provides, which includes the ability to:
● log all continuing education and professional
development activities as they are completed,
● upload documentation for logged activities directly
to the application,
● track progress towards meeting recertification requirements,
● view certification
status and recertification dates (expiration dates),
● apply for recertification and make payment,
And much more!
Convenient and Organized for Busy Professionals
“UPPCC has made the tracking of my professional
development activities so much easier with the new online recertification application. I can conveniently organize and log
my achievements in MyUPPCC as I complete them rather than scrambling to pull them together at the last minute. I can even
upload my supporting documentation directly to my application. Once I’m ready to recertify, everything is all set to
be submitted.” – Kathleen Muretti, CPPO, CPPB, Chair of the UPPCC Board
your recertification is due next week, next month or 3 years from now, UPPCC encourages all certificants to give the new online
application a try. You can open a new application for recertification by logging into your account and clicking on the “My
Application for Recertification” tab from the MyUPPCC dashboard. UPPCC is now accepting recertification submissions
via the MyUPPCC portal, but will continue to accept paper application through February 28, 2019.
The Universal Public Procurement Certification Council (UPPCC) is an independent entity formed to govern and administer
the Certified Public Procurement Officer (CPPO) and Certified Professional Public Buyer (CPPB) certification programs. The
CPPO and CPPB programs are highly regarded and respected among procurement professionals and employers involved in the public
sector. To date, the UPPCC has certified well over 10,000 professionals primarily within the US and Canada as well as in other
nations around the globe.
Aspire, NIGP’s new learning experience.
Over the next year, we are enhancing member
learning with the launch of Aspire, our learning experience. Aspire will enable members to connect with
peers and easily access quality content using a variety of learning methods. It’s all about providing each one of you
a unique experience tailored to your needs with the flexibility to learn anywhere, anytime, anyway. Aspire
provides learning that’s as powerful and personal as your individual aspirations.
what to expect:
- The NEW Aspire
Learning System will be released in October. You can access all our learning offerings, quickly register for courses
and explore the many learning paths to personalize your learning experience. This will replace the current MyLink.
- Leadership Development: We have heard from members on the need for a robust Leadership Development Program.
Over the next year, we will roll out a 3-tier program.
- Tier 1: Self-Paced – Access to online leadership development content that you can take
at your own pace. Set to release with the Aspire Learning System in October.
- Tier 2: Leadership Reimagined for Chapters – Provide Chapter Leaders
the opportunity to learn and exchange ideas and best practices. Scheduled to launch in February 2019.
- Tier 3: Leadership Development for Members –
Bring together a cohort of NIGP peers in both a virtual and in-person setting. Set to release at Forum 2019.
- Virtual Web Conferences: We recognize that travel costs and time away from the office can often
impact professional development. To help, we want to bring the learning directly to your desktop through our new
virtual conferences. Our first conference is being offered on November 8th and 9th. Click here to learn more and register.
- Content Enhancements: We are updating and enhancing our content to improve your overall
learning experience. One area you will notice is that our content is being delivered in smaller “chunks”.
This allows greater flexibility and ease when trying to fit professional development into a busy schedule.
Please reach out if you have any comments or suggestions on how we can improve your learning experience
and help you aspire.
I look forward to designing and delivering
this new learning experience together.
What do you aspire to? See what your colleagues have to say. (Link to I Aspire video)
Todd Slater, PhD.
Chief Content Officer, NIGP
NIGP NY INC CHAPTER MEMBERSHIP DUES FOR
January 1 -December 31, 2019 ARE DUE.
those chapter members who paid their 2018 dues or who's agencies
paid your NIGP Chapter dues.
Membership Application for more information.
This site will introduce you to the NY City
Metropolitan Chapter of the Institute For Public Procurement (NIGP), one of NIGP's 73 Chapters. If you are not yet
a member - join our Chapter. We serve procurement and purchasing staff and officials, working in the Greater New York
City Metropolitan area. Join us and take the first steps in promoting your career in public procurement, purchasing
or contract administration and reach new personal heights. The best way to recognize professional achievement and
competency today is through professional certification. In the world of public procurement, CPPO and CPPB are the only
designations that truly reflect your professional stature and dedication. See the link to NIGP Professional Certification
in the tool bar to the left.
DISCLAIMER : Statements, opinions, and views expressed
on this web site are personal and not the opinion or recommendation of any government agency, office or public employee.