NIGP-CPP is one of several ways a procurement professional can be publicly recognized for the achievement of competencies. The program is offered by NIGP – the leading public procurement association that serves as a trusted advisor to more than 3,000 public agencies and 16,000 public procurement professionals throughout North America.
WHAT MAKES IT UNIQUE?
The program offers unique attributes when compared to other procurement-related professional certifications:
- It is the only certification that is anchored in the Public Procurement Competency Framework.
- It is the only certification that specifically targets mid to executive level procurement leaders in the public sector.
- It is the only certification that integrates with NIGP’s Pathways program featuring competency development within 33 learning modules.
- It is the only competency-based certification built on a modular exam that expands beyond public procurement’s technical aspects and assesses the more holistic competencies needed to be successful leader within a public entity, embracing elements of leadership, business principles, and procurement strategy.
And since the NIGP-CPP is integrated within NIGP’s Pathways program, the certification program complements NIGP’s research program and the constantly expanding learning modules; providing assurances that the NIGP-CPP remains relevant to the competencies you need to be a successful leader in your career – today and into the future.
DIRECTORY OF CURRENT NIGP-CPPs
Current NIGP-CPPs are those individuals who have successfully attained the competency-based qualifications set forth by the NIGP Certification Commission for procurement leaders and have earned the prestigious NIGP Certified Procurement Professional (NIGP-CPP). The NIGP-CPP is the only certification promoted, managed and administered by NIGP.
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LISTING OF THOSE WITH THE NIGP-CPP RETIRED STATUS
The NIGP-CPP Retired status is available to any current NIGP-CPP who is fully retired from active practice in the profession, including part-time work, consulting, instructing, or independent contracting in the procurement field. An individual with the NIGP-CPP Retired status is not a current NIGP-CPP certificant and is not required to recertify once the NIGP-CPP Status is obtained. All individuals with the NIGP-CPP Retired Status must use either the title NIGP-CPP Retired or the acronym NIGP-CPP Ret. to designate that they are not active and current NIGP-CPP certification holders.