The Grand Canyon Chapter of the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing (NIGP) was granted its charter on June 26, 2007. An executive board governs the chapter as a three member board elected by chapter members.
Promote cooperation, collaboration and understanding in the procedures followed by public procurement among public agencies and officials.
Provide a professional networking forum for the exchange of ideas, guidance, research and experiences among public procurement officials.
Support and promote ethical public procurement.
Support the principles and concepts of effective competition, increased public confidence and equitable treatment of all persons involved in public procurement.
Sponsor such other activities as may be useful in providing its members with knowledge for efficient procurement; to strive by all legitimate means to advance the public procurement profession; and to observe the purposes, aims and objective of the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing.
Cocoino Community College
Michael Nentwig, CPPB
Contract Specialist I
Mohave Cooperative Services
Christine Van Vleet, CPPB
Mohave Community College
REGION AREA 9 AMBASSADORS
Victoria Cortinas, CPPB, CPM
City of Tucson
Bill Munch, CPPB, CPPO
Executive Director of Procurement
Valley Schools Management Group
Craig Rader, CPPB, CPPO
County of Sacramento