procurement month memory book
On March 26, Mayor Susan Haynie presented a proclamation recognizing March as Purchasing Month. During the month of March, the City of Boca Raton's Purchasing Division employees engaged in special efforts to inform the public about the importance of the role played by purchasing professionals in business, industry and government.
Courtesy Lynn Kunkel, CPPB
City of Boca Raton Purchasing Division
Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office Procurement Division
The PBSO Procurement Division "went all out" for their 2018 P-Month celebration. They organized an entire month's worth of exciting activities and entertainment from a desk scavenger hunt to procurement trivia game - even a special pancake breakfast! Participants received an "I Survived Procurement Month" certificate.
Courtesy Katia Sarley, CPPO
Town of Davie Purchasing Division
On March 23, Mayor Judy Paul and the Town Council presented a proclamation recognizing March as Procurement Month. During the month of March, the Town's Purchasing Division employees held an ice cream social to celebrate.
Courtesy Brian O'Connor, C.P.M.
"This year, our leadership team in our department decided to use Procurement Month as a surprise celebratory occasion to show how much we value our team. We surprised our team with a hearty lunch, an internal proclamation, and a fun quiz game with 'fun facts' about our team."
Courtesy Theresa Buigas, Administrative Services Manager
Miami Beach Procurement Division
Last but not least, the Southeast Florida Chapter celebrated Procurement Month at their March business meeting with a raffle contest for a new iPad, restaurant gift cards and NIGP promotional goodies!
Courtesy Christina Semeraro, CPPO Communications/Newsletter Chair
Indra K. Sarju, CPPB
Katia Sarley, CPPO
Brian O'Connor, C.P.M.,
Thank you to all of our member agencies for the value you add daily to the field of public procurement.