CPPOs and CPPBs Are In Demand!
If you are one of the thousands of CPPOs and CPPBs that have already accessed their digital badge(s) through Credly's Acclaim platform, you already know that your UPPCC certification is in demand. In addition to providing certificants with the ability to share their achievement with others, the digital badge provides certificants with other great benefits too. Through the badge, certificants can access valuable labor market data including direct access to active procurement job opportunities that prefer or require applicants with an active UPPCC credential!

All active, non-expired CPPOs and CPPBs were issued digital badges in December. For more information on digital badges and how to access your badge(s), visit the Digital Badges page on the UPPCC website.

2020 Achievement of Excellence in Procurement Award (AEP)

The National Procurement Institute (NPI) is now accepting applications for its prestigious AEP Award which recognizes organizations that demonstrate commitment to innovation, professionalism, productivity, e-procurement and leadership attributes.

The deadline to apply is May 15. 

Visit the AEP website for more information and to apply.
Start Planning Now for CPPO/CPPB Testing this Fall

Fall Exam Application Window Opens May 1st
Fall Exam Window is Oct 19 - 31
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My UPPCC Certification Has Expired - What Do I Do Now?

UPPCC provides all certificants with a 1 year grace period to recertify their designation(s) after expiration. Although individuals are no longer entitled to use their designation(s) after they have lapsed, they may still recertify!

Recertifying under lapsed status does not lengthen the certification period and will not change the expiration date.

If it has been more than 1 year since the designation(s) has expired, the individual is required to reapply and test as a new applicant.

Although UPPCC sends email reminders beginning 1 year prior to certification expiration, it is the responsibility of each certificant to know when their certification expires. Certificants can check their expiration date, update their contact information, and recertify all through their MyUPPCC account.

All CPPOs and CPPBs already have a MyUPPCC account and should not create a new account. Click the link below to login or access your account.
Are You Certified?

The CPPO and the CPPB are the only globally recognized certifications specifically designed for government procurement professionals. Wholly owned and operated by the independent certifying body, the Universal Public Procurement Certification Council, the CPPO and CPPB represent the gold standard in public procurement certification.