November 15, 2018
States in Transitions
Voters in 36 states elected 20 new governors. What do they need to do during their transition period in the coming weeks to ensure a successful term of office?

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2019 Spring Conference
Procurement. Facilites.
May 7-9 | New Orleans, LA
Corporate Council
Co-Chair Nominations
NASCA is now accepting nominations for 2019 Corporate Council Co-Chairs. These two representatives act as the voice of NASCA’s corporate members by serving in an ex-officio capacity on the Executive Committee. Candidates will provide a picture and 1-2 sentences on your background, history of involvement with NASCA and your vision for the Corporate Council for the election. 

Please submit your nominations to  or contact me if you have questions about serving by November 21, 2019 . Voting will take place between December 3-12. Each corporate partner will have the opportunity to cast one ballot. 
Corporate Partner Prospectus
Preview the 2019 Opportunities Today
Click here to view the Prospectus and start picking out your 2019 selections today.

All opportunities offered in 2019 will become available on a first come, first served basis through our online shopping cart, and will remain open until sold out or the event occurs. 

Please bookmark this page to purchase on or after December 3, 2018 at 12:00 PM ET.

NASCA Call for Volunteers
Considering on signing up for one of NASCA's committees and didn't get a chance? Well it is not too late. NASCA has reopened its Call for Volunteers.
Call for Procurement Case Studies
for the 2019 Spring Conference
The case studies play an integral role in the Spring Conference, acting as a catalyst for discussion and providing a reference point that enables participants to apply the lessons from the Institute to their own experience. NASCA and the Programs Committee are encouraging members to apply to having their work featured as a case study. Case Studies can feature a state or private sector partner that is doing interesting work in procurement. The case study will be selected by the procurement workgroup made up of NASCA state members and private sector thought leaders in procurement. Please note submissions is not extremely detailed - a couple of sentences would suffice. If you have any questions, please contact Jamie Rodgers, .

DUE to Jamie Rodgers, , by Monday, November 26th at 12:00 PM ET
States in the News
NASCA is highlighting excellent work by Departments of General Services (and similar Administrative Cabinets) that is #AnythingButGeneral. Please submit the good work done in your state to to be featured.
Missouri OA on Twitter

Our #IT training + #hackfest with @Microsoft continues today! IT developers from @MissouriOA ITSD, @MoDOT, @MDC_online, & the Gaming Commission within @MoPublicSafety are hard at work putting their new skills to the test!

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Oregon DAS on Twitter

DAS Director and Oregon Chief Operating Officer Katy Coba in the news. Pamplin Media Group - A year in, Coba focused on state technology, workforce

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Louisiana DOA on Twitter

Jay Dardenne, Commissioner of @LouisianaDOA, welcomes the 2018 NCSFA State Fleet Management Workshop to New Orleans. Over 90% of #state CAOs oversee #Fleet, and we value the leadership from the National Conference of State Feet Admins....

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California DGS on Twitter

DGS Director Daniel C. Kim received the Asian Pacific State Employees Association President's Award (APSEA)! He was recognized for his major contribution and sponsor of APSEA's worthy initiatives. APSEA is a California statewide non-profit and...

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Georgia DOAS on Twitter

Congratulations @GeorgiaDOAS on receiving top honors in GA's Technology Innovation Showcase for #CRM & Process Automation Implementation. @Mythics with @CPI_Solutions_ are proud partners in this solution, powered by @OracleServCloud @OracleOPA...

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Who Needs a Desk? Tennessee Takes Telework to the Max

Tennessee's AWS 2017 NASCA Case Study has been wildly popular...

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