Welcome to the Idaho public purchasing association!

   IPPA is a Chapter of the National Institute of Governmental Procurement (NIGP). It is a non-profit corporation dedicated to the advancement of the procurement profession through education and cooperative relationships among its members. Our membership includes procurement professionals from federal, state, city, county, school districts, and other political subdivisions.

Our Mission Statement is to promote professionalism in public procurement by providing a forum for shared resources, education, and networking for all members and stakeholders.

The Idaho Public Purchasing Association has adopted the NIGP Values and Guiding Principles of Public Procurement.

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Upcoming Events

Feb 25

Competency Module: Negotiations *VIRTUAL CLASS*

Negotiations serve as the apex of the sourcing process, bringing together research, strategy, specifications, and all associated criteria in order to achieve a best value solution for the entity.

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Mar 1

Procurement Month Kick-Off!

Come celebrate Procurement Month with your fellow members!

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Announcements

Congratulations to Our Newly Certified Members!


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Become a Member

Membership is open to all public procurement professionals in the State of Idaho, including federal, state, city, county, and any other political subdivision of the State (such as school districts, highway districts, port authorities, fire districts, etc.)  Also included are any full-time employees of any NIGP member agencies that are involved in contracting, purchasing, or the materials management function.

2020 Membership

For membership information read about the benefits here

Click here for a membership application and invoice

Awards

Award from 2020 NIGP Virtual Forum

2020 High Percentage Increase in Membership Award

IPPA achieved a 21% increase in our Chapter Membership in 2019

Member Area Login

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