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NAEP Represents an Important Mission. We service :. Campus cards Technology S mall business programs C ommercial card programs Travel P ayables and more. Concessions Laundry Transportation Parking P rinting & copying Mail Purchasing Retail. Bookstores Food services

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Naep represents an important mission
NAEP Represents an Important Mission

We service:

  • Campus cards

  • Technology

  • Small business programs

  • Commercial card programs

  • Travel

  • Payables and more

  • Concessions

  • Laundry

  • Transportation

  • Parking

  • Printing & copying

  • Mail

  • Purchasing

  • Retail

  • Bookstores

  • Food services

  • Student housing

  • Student centers

  • Conference services

  • Recreation services

  • Child care

  • Communications


Where is procurement today
Where is Procurement Today?

  • In this economy of continual budget declines we still must:

    • Strive for efficient and effective operations

    • Increase customer service (quality and value)

    • Be more proactive in social responsibility and sustainability as a central operational theme

      • Serves to improve student, employee and community success

    • Increase staff core competencies and qualities

      • Provide succession planning and professional competency support via face to face and virtual professional development

  • To continue to add value to institutional success we must:

    • Provide additional revenue for the institution as state and federal support is decreasing

    • Strategically manage procurement savings and risk for the institution

    • Use spend analytics to manage more effectively and efficiently



Professional development
Professional Development

2012 Accomplishments & 2013 Preview

  • Procurement Academy

    • Redesigned to enable a campus to host--best way to educate all campus stakeholders at one time

    • Present with all 3 tiers under one roof

    • Over 50 attendees in 2011

    • Next offering, October 28-30, 2012 in Indianapolis

  • Regional Leadership Forum at NAEP’s Annual Meeting

    • 80% of survey respondents said they hoped to come back

    • Scheduled again in 2013

  • Facilities Institute

    • FIRST EVER Institute - Held in July 2012 in Houston

    • Over 40 attendees and 20 vendors participated

FIRST EVER


Professional development1
Professional Development

2012 Accomplishments & 2013 Preview (continued)

  • 6th Supplier Diversity Institute

    • Held in August 2012 in Houston

    • Over 30 attendees with keynotes by: Dr. Callender, President UTMB and Dr. Lassiter, Chancellor Dallas County Community College District

    • Supplier Diversity page on NAEP website

  • Webcasts

    • In 2012, there were 4 VISA sponsored webcasts free to Members

    • With over 700 hundred registrations, (does not include multiple viewers per webcast) registration increased 3-5 fold

  • Creating free virtual roundtables in 2013--NAEP to host virtual discussions on Member driven topics

  • Strategic Procurement Institute, January 14 – 16, 2013 in Denver

NEW




Naep communications
NAEP Communications

  • Our outsourced Apogee team has a strong partnership with the Editorial Board Committee

  • Apogee has provided a strong boost to our overall marketing, advertising, and PR through the commitment of their team and the Editorial Board to growing the Association


Additional communications
Additional Communications

  • Purchasing Link (PLINK) provides timely & personal interest information

  • www.naepnet.org

  • e-Blasts to Members

  • On-Line Communities

  • Use of “GoToMeeting” and “GoToWebinar”


Your members working for you
Your Members Working for You

Committee Chairs

  • Awards – Cory Harms, Iowa State

  • Audit – Tom Kaloupek, VT

  • Editorial - Cory Harms, Iowa State & Mike Chmielewski, Law School Admission Council

  • Membership – Brian Burkheimer, Iowa State

  • Nominating – Carol Barnhill, ASU

  • Professional Development – Denise Finn, UKY

  • Program 2013 – Valerie Rhodes-Sorrelle, GVSU

  • Scholarship – Duane Tucker, CU

  • Sustainability – Claudia Christensen, UW



Regions are important to naep
Regions Are Important to NAEP

  • Increase Membership

  • Provide leaders to Committees and Board

  • Increase communication between Regional Boards and national standing committee members

  • Increase regional member support via NAEP M.E. tool kit

    • i.e. speaker database; program and content management; web based access to regional member and financial data, regional strategic planning, succession planning, etc.



Naep new initiatives
NAEP New Initiatives

  • NAEP Innovators Forum

    • Members ONLY white paper to be published by end of September

    • 8 trends identified

  • NAEP Spend Metrics analytics

    • First analytics example based on Cal State System (24 campuses) data with four outcomes

      • Drive collaborative procurement

      • Eliminate process inefficiencies

      • Reliably monitor Diversity spend

      • Benchmark relative spend efficiency

    • NAEP’s goal it to be the leading market indicator for higher education spend

  • NAEP GPO Portal (aka – NAEP Source)

    • Unimarket selected as software provider

    • Portal Task Force met September 13th to create detailed specifications


Thank you
THANK YOU

Thank YOU

How can we improve procurement and NAEP?

Join us in Orlando, FL for the NAEP Annual Meeting, April 7 – 10, 2013

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN