Using up-to-date data regarding SLED purchasing, with related COVID-19 impacts on government purchasing, Tammy Rimes, NCPP Executive Director and former Purchasing Agent shares information on how to navigate government with new paradigm shifts. By explaining how FEMA and contracting is different for this particular emergency, she will also share how your company's cooperative contract can be further leveraged. For many governments, the new fiscal year is starting in six weeks - shared insights from a long-time government manager will help your team get ready for new demands and upcoming changes.
Almost a dozen NCPP Strategic Suppliers have already taken advantage of this exclusive benefit. Contact Tammy Rimes, if you are interested in receiving this specially tailored webinar presentation for your government sales or management team.
COVID-19 Impact on State Budgets
Many state and local governments begin their new fiscal year starting July 1, 2020 and currently developing those proposed budgets. The coronavirus epidemic has impacted municipal budgets in a big way - with surplus budgets already spent and future reductions being proposed. Obtain the latest update (Friday, May 8, 2020) on potential impacts and official actions for all 50 State Budgets.
As part of your membership benefits, your team can obtain weekly updates on new and proposed legislation, as well as information on COVID-19 and impacts to state budgets through the NCPP subscription to FOCUS. The NCPP Legislative Advocacy Working Group proactively tracks issues that may impact cooperative purchasing for goods, services and construction on behalf of NCPP members.