Your membership in the California Chapter of NIGP membership helps you work smarter.

When you join, you have the opportunity to network with other procurement professionals from the federal government, cities, states, provinces, counties, colleges, libraries, hospitals, and other public agencies in California. The chapter promotes excellence, enhancing effectiveness and increasing public trust. Membership will help you do your job more effectively and efficiently and raise the level of professionalism among your staff.

As a member, you enjoy significant benefits, including the following:

Educational seminars at member-only discounts
Annual Regional Conference
Certification programs that demonstrate your professional expertise. The Chapter helps you track these points when it comes time to re-certify.
Articles that help keep you up-to-date on best procurement practices.
Gain access to colleagues at other agencies who can brainstorm with you to solve procurement problems.
How to Join

Join Online: You may join online using Visa, MasterCard or you may indicate you will pay by check or purchase order (select "Pay by Check" if you are submitting a purchase order).

Click here to link to the online membership application.

Active member annual dues are $40.00 per year (pro-rated to $20 for
NEW MEMBERS ONLY who join after January 1). 
Associate member annual dues are $20.00 per year. 
Honorary and Retired members pay no dues.

Annual membership dues run from July 1 through June 30.

An applicant becomes a regular chapter member upon acceptance of the application, payment of dues, and confirmation by the Membership Committee that the applicant meets all eligibility requirements.

Membership Status

Active (Regular) Membership

All public institution procurement and materials management personnel including federal, state, county, municipal and township activities, public school systems, colleges, universities, hospitals, commissions, authorities, and any other political subdivision of the state, provided they spend most of their time involved in procurement or materials management functions. Or, a person with full time employment in a position having direct influence on the public procurement process such as elected officials and department heads.

Retired Membership

Retired membership may be conferred upon members of this Chapter upon their retirement from a public purchasing organization with full retirement benefits and who continue to support the objectives of the organization. Retired members shall be entitled to vote and hold office and shall be exempt from payment of dues.

Honorary Membership

Honorary membership is awarded to individuals who have made distinguished contributions to the purchasing profession or this Chapter. Honorary membership may be conferred only by (1) unanimous vote of the Board and then, (2) a majority vote of the membership present at a scheduled monthly luncheon. Honorary members shall not be entitled to vote or hold office and shall be exempt from the payment of dues.

Associate Membership

Upon payment of current dues, associate membership is granted to any person not eligible for active membership who is interested in the principles and practices of governmental purchasing.

Associate membership shall be open to any interested individual as described below. Associate member privileges are limited to chapter meeting attendance, receipt of chapter mailings and committee participation (excluding committee chair). Associate members shall not be entitled to vote or hold office.

Types of Associate Memberships include:

Student
Individuals who are pursuing an undergraduate or graduate curriculum in public or business administration, public purchasing or materials management.

Faculty
Individuals who instruct an undergraduate or graduate curriculum in public or business administration, public purchasing or materials management.

Individual
Membership shall be open to any interested individual who is employed with a non-publicly funded school, college, university or hospital, or is a non-procurement government employee, and does not fit into any other category.

MEMBERSHIP FEES

Current Annual New Membership Fees

Active$40.00Join Online
Associate$20.00Contact Us
HonoraryNo ChargeContact Us
RetiredNo ChargeContact Us
StudentsNo ChargeContact Us
Current Annual Renewal Membership Fees

Active$40.00Renew Online
Associate$20.00Contact Us
HonoraryNo ChargeContact Us
RetiredNo ChargeContact Us
StudentsNo ChargeContact Us

Your membership in the Arizona State Capitol Chapter of NIGP membership helps you work smarter.

When you join, you have the opportunity to network with other procurement professionals from the federal government, cities, states, provinces, counties, colleges, libraries, hospitals, and other public agencies in Arizona. The chapter promotes excellence, enhancing effectiveness and increasing public trust. Membership will help you do your job more effectively and efficiently and raise the level of professionalism among your staff.

As a member, you enjoy significant benefits, including the following:

Educational seminars at member-only discounts
Annual Regional Conference
Certification programs that demonstrate your professional expertise. The Chapter helps you track these points when it comes time to re-certify.
Articles that help keep you up-to-date on best procurement practices.
Gain access to colleagues at other agencies who can brainstorm with you to solve procurement problems.
How to Join

Join Online: You may join online using Visa, MasterCard or you may indicate you will pay by check or purchase order (select "Pay by Check" if you are submitting a purchase order).

Click here to link to the online membership application.

Active member annual dues are $40.00 per year (pro-rated to $20 for
NEW MEMBERS ONLY who join after January 1). 
Associate member annual dues are $20.00 per year. 
Honorary and Retired members pay no dues.

Annual membership dues run from July 1 through June 30.

An applicant becomes a regular chapter member upon acceptance of the application, payment of dues, and confirmation by the Membership Committee that the applicant meets all eligibility requirements.

Membership Status

Active (Regular) Membership

All public institution procurement and materials management personnel including federal, state, county, municipal and township activities, public school systems, colleges, universities, hospitals, commissions, authorities, and any other political subdivision of the state, provided they spend most of their time involved in procurement or materials management functions. Or, a person with full time employment in a position having direct influence on the public procurement process such as elected officials and department heads.

Retired Membership

Retired membership may be conferred upon members of this Chapter upon their retirement from a public purchasing organization with full retirement benefits and who continue to support the objectives of the organization. Retired members shall be entitled to vote and hold office and shall be exempt from payment of dues.

Honorary Membership

Honorary membership is awarded to individuals who have made distinguished contributions to the purchasing profession or this Chapter. Honorary membership may be conferred only by (1) unanimous vote of the Board and then, (2) a majority vote of the membership present at a scheduled monthly luncheon. Honorary members shall not be entitled to vote or hold office and shall be exempt from the payment of dues.

Associate Membership

Upon payment of current dues, associate membership is granted to any person not eligible for active membership who is interested in the principles and practices of governmental purchasing.

Associate membership shall be open to any interested individual as described below. Associate member privileges are limited to chapter meeting attendance, receipt of chapter mailings and committee participation (excluding committee chair). Associate members shall not be entitled to vote or hold office.

Types of Associate Memberships include:

Student
Individuals who are pursuing an undergraduate or graduate curriculum in public or business administration, public purchasing or materials management.

Faculty
Individuals who instruct an undergraduate or graduate curriculum in public or business administration, public purchasing or materials management.

Individual
Membership shall be open to any interested individual who is employed with a non-publicly funded school, college, university or hospital, or is a non-procurement government employee, and does not fit into any other category.

MEMBERSHIP FEES

Current Annual New Membership Fees

Active$40.00Join Online
Associate$20.00Contact Us
HonoraryNo ChargeContact Us
RetiredNo ChargeContact Us
StudentsNo ChargeContact Us
Current Annual Renewal Membership Fees

Active$40.00Renew Online
Associate$20.00Contact Us
HonoraryNo ChargeContact Us
RetiredNo ChargeContact Us
StudentsNo ChargeContact Us

Your membership in the Arizona State Capitol Chapter of NIGP membership helps you work smarter.

When you join, you have the opportunity to network with other procurement professionals from the federal government, cities, states, provinces, counties, colleges, libraries, hospitals, and other public agencies in Arizona. The chapter promotes excellence, enhancing effectiveness and increasing public trust. Membership will help you do your job more effectively and efficiently and raise the level of professionalism among your staff.

As a member, you enjoy significant benefits, including the following:

Educational seminars at member-only discounts
Annual Regional Conference
Certification programs that demonstrate your professional expertise. The Chapter helps you track these points when it comes time to re-certify.
Articles that help keep you up-to-date on best procurement practices.
Gain access to colleagues at other agencies who can brainstorm with you to solve procurement problems.
How to Join

Join Online: You may join online using Visa, MasterCard or you may indicate you will pay by check or purchase order (select "Pay by Check" if you are submitting a purchase order).

Click here to link to the online membership application.

Active member annual dues are $40.00 per year (pro-rated to $20 for
NEW MEMBERS ONLY who join after January 1). 
Associate member annual dues are $20.00 per year. 
Honorary and Retired members pay no dues.

Annual membership dues run from July 1 through June 30.

An applicant becomes a regular chapter member upon acceptance of the application, payment of dues, and confirmation by the Membership Committee that the applicant meets all eligibility requirements.

Membership Status

Active (Regular) Membership

All public institution procurement and materials management personnel including federal, state, county, municipal and township activities, public school systems, colleges, universities, hospitals, commissions, authorities, and any other political subdivision of the state, provided they spend most of their time involved in procurement or materials management functions. Or, a person with full time employment in a position having direct influence on the public procurement process such as elected officials and department heads.

Retired Membership

Retired membership may be conferred upon members of this Chapter upon their retirement from a public purchasing organization with full retirement benefits and who continue to support the objectives of the organization. Retired members shall be entitled to vote and hold office and shall be exempt from payment of dues.

Honorary Membership

Honorary membership is awarded to individuals who have made distinguished contributions to the purchasing profession or this Chapter. Honorary membership may be conferred only by (1) unanimous vote of the Board and then, (2) a majority vote of the membership present at a scheduled monthly luncheon. Honorary members shall not be entitled to vote or hold office and shall be exempt from the payment of dues.

Associate Membership

Upon payment of current dues, associate membership is granted to any person not eligible for active membership who is interested in the principles and practices of governmental purchasing.

Associate membership shall be open to any interested individual as described below. Associate member privileges are limited to chapter meeting attendance, receipt of chapter mailings and committee participation (excluding committee chair). Associate members shall not be entitled to vote or hold office.

Types of Associate Memberships include:

Student
Individuals who are pursuing an undergraduate or graduate curriculum in public or business administration, public purchasing or materials management.

Faculty
Individuals who instruct an undergraduate or graduate curriculum in public or business administration, public purchasing or materials management.

Individual
Membership shall be open to any interested individual who is employed with a non-publicly funded school, college, university or hospital, or is a non-procurement government employee, and does not fit into any other category.

MEMBERSHIP FEES

Current Annual New Membership Fees

Active$40.00Join Online
Associate$20.00Contact Us
HonoraryNo ChargeContact Us
RetiredNo ChargeContact Us
StudentsNo ChargeContact Us
Current Annual Renewal Membership Fees

Active$40.00Renew Online
Associate$20.00Contact Us
HonoraryNo ChargeContact Us
RetiredNo ChargeContact Us
StudentsNo ChargeContact Us

Your membership in the Arizona State Capitol Chapter of NIGP membership helps you work smarter.

When you join, you have the opportunity to network with other procurement professionals from the federal government, cities, states, provinces, counties, colleges, libraries, hospitals, and other public agencies in Arizona. The chapter promotes excellence, enhancing effectiveness and increasing public trust. Membership will help you do your job more effectively and efficiently and raise the level of professionalism among your staff.

As a member, you enjoy significant benefits, including the following:

Educational seminars at member-only discounts
Annual Regional Conference
Certification programs that demonstrate your professional expertise. The Chapter helps you track these points when it comes time to re-certify.
Articles that help keep you up-to-date on best procurement practices.
Gain access to colleagues at other agencies who can brainstorm with you to solve procurement problems.
How to Join

Join Online: You may join online using Visa, MasterCard or you may indicate you will pay by check or purchase order (select "Pay by Check" if you are submitting a purchase order).

Click here to link to the online membership application.

Active member annual dues are $40.00 per year (pro-rated to $20 for
NEW MEMBERS ONLY who join after January 1). 
Associate member annual dues are $20.00 per year. 
Honorary and Retired members pay no dues.

Annual membership dues run from July 1 through June 30.

An applicant becomes a regular chapter member upon acceptance of the application, payment of dues, and confirmation by the Membership Committee that the applicant meets all eligibility requirements.

Membership Status

Active (Regular) Membership

All public institution procurement and materials management personnel including federal, state, county, municipal and township activities, public school systems, colleges, universities, hospitals, commissions, authorities, and any other political subdivision of the state, provided they spend most of their time involved in procurement or materials management functions. Or, a person with full time employment in a position having direct influence on the public procurement process such as elected officials and department heads.

Retired Membership

Retired membership may be conferred upon members of this Chapter upon their retirement from a public purchasing organization with full retirement benefits and who continue to support the objectives of the organization. Retired members shall be entitled to vote and hold office and shall be exempt from payment of dues.

Honorary Membership

Honorary membership is awarded to individuals who have made distinguished contributions to the purchasing profession or this Chapter. Honorary membership may be conferred only by (1) unanimous vote of the Board and then, (2) a majority vote of the membership present at a scheduled monthly luncheon. Honorary members shall not be entitled to vote or hold office and shall be exempt from the payment of dues.

Associate Membership

Upon payment of current dues, associate membership is granted to any person not eligible for active membership who is interested in the principles and practices of governmental purchasing.

Associate membership shall be open to any interested individual as described below. Associate member privileges are limited to chapter meeting attendance, receipt of chapter mailings and committee participation (excluding committee chair). Associate members shall not be entitled to vote or hold office.

Types of Associate Memberships include:

Student
Individuals who are pursuing an undergraduate or graduate curriculum in public or business administration, public purchasing or materials management.

Faculty
Individuals who instruct an undergraduate or graduate curriculum in public or business administration, public purchasing or materials management.

Individual
Membership shall be open to any interested individual who is employed with a non-publicly funded school, college, university or hospital, or is a non-procurement government employee, and does not fit into any other category.

MEMBERSHIP FEES

Current Annual New Membership Fees

Active$40.00Join Online
Associate$20.00Contact Us
HonoraryNo ChargeContact Us
RetiredNo ChargeContact Us
StudentsNo ChargeContact Us
Current Annual Renewal Membership Fees

Active$40.00Renew Online
Associate$20.00Contact Us
HonoraryNo ChargeContact Us
RetiredNo ChargeContact Us
StudentsNo ChargeContact Us


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BYLAWS_-_Calif_Chapter_Jan_2009.pdf
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NIGPCodeofEthics.pdf
NIGPCodeofEthics.pdf
2012NIGPNewMemberGuide__1_.pdf
2012NIGPNewMemberGuide__1_.pdf
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