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ASPA Section on Procurement in Formation

By PA Times Online
May 3, 2016

ASPA has almost 30 topic-based Sections across its membership, discussing everything from emergency management to technology in government and more. Members are now forming a new Section focused on procurement and contract management. Do you support this effort? If so, click here!

This new Section will enable practitioners and scholars alike to exchange information, collaborate on research and help connect procurement practitioners with other public servants. But there must be at least 80 ASPA members supporting it before it can launch.

Sign the online document and help get this new Section off the ground! Your support does not commit you to membership in the Section. Interested ASPA members can join the Section for a minimal annual fee of $10 after it is formed and will receive a free electronic membership in the Journal of Public Procurement, the new Section’s official journal. You can read the proposed bylaws for this new Section here.

Thank you to the proposed Section’s organizing committee members who have put tremendous time and effort into this undertaking:

  • Sawsan A. Abutabenjeh, Miami University of Ohio
  • Mohamad G. Alkadry, Florida International University
  • Maria Aristigueta, University of Delaware
  • Trevor Brown, Ohio State University
  • Ana-Maria Dimand, Florida International University
  • Stephen Gordon, Universal Public Procurement Certification Council
  • Lawrence Martin, University of Central Florida
  • Clifford P. McCue, Florida Atlantic University
  • Rene G. Rendon, U.S. Naval Post Graduate School
  • Alexandru Roman, California State University, San Bernardino
  • Evelyn Trammell, Florida International University

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