The Standard was launched in 2012. So far, the following organisations are holders of the Global Standard for Professional Competence in Purchasing and Supply.
The Management Certificate in Public Procurement at California State University San Bernardino
California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB) is a preeminent center of intellectual and cultural activity in Inland Southern California. Opened in 1965 and set at the foothills of the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains, the university serves more than 20,000 students each year and graduates about 4,000 students annually. CSUSB is listed among the best colleges and universities in the western United States, according to The Princeton Review, Forbes and U.S. News and World Report, in their respective annual rankings.
The Management Certificate in Public Procurement (MCPP) offers rigorous, management-focused, education on the latest local, national and international procurement trends and practices. The program is offered in partnership by the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration and the College of Extended learning. CSUSB’s Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration was named by European CEO Magazine as one of the four most innovative business schools in the U.S. and among the top 18 in the world.
Program contact information:
Alexandru V. Roman Ph.D.
College of Business & Public Administration
Director, The Research Institute for Public Management & Governance
Editor, Journal of Public Procurement
Telephone (909) 537-5762 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
NEVI – (Netherlands)
For more details and to undertake the program contact:
Drs. Jan Roddeman – R & D Manager – email@example.com
Mr. Jan Willem van der Meer – Director – firstname.lastname@example.org
Old Dominion University
Founded in 1930, Old Dominion University is Virginia’s entrepreneurial-minded doctoral research university with nearly 24,670 students, rigorous academics and initiatives that contribute $2.1 billion annually to the regional economy. With students from 105 countries and throughout the United States, campus life is a rich and welcoming mix of nationalities, cultures, viewpoints, and life experiences providing the backdrop for personal grow and learning through leadership, service and social events.
ODU’s School of Public Service offers a Graduate Certificate in Public Procurement and Contract Management (GCPPCM). The GCPPCM program provides individuals working in public procurement and contract management and those considering a career in this rewarding field with the insights and competencies required for success. The program has been accredited by the Global Standards Board (GSB) of the International Federation of Procurement and Supply Management (IFPSM), and is the first graduate level program in public procurement and contract management to achieve this distinction. The GCPPCM program is built on best practices in strategic public procurement and contract management – best practices that can be adopted or adapted for use in any level or type of governmental or nonprofit organization. Individuals who work for organizations that contract with governments and non-profits also pursue the GCPPCM.
This online graduate certificate program provides the skills and tools to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of procurement and contract management in public-sector organizations. Anyone in a governmental, nonprofit, or other organization involved in or with acquisition, procurement, or contract management can benefit from pursuing the GCPPCM – no matter whether their position title includes the words acquisition, procurement, purchasing, or contract management. Public officials who are participants or stakeholders in acquisition, procurement, purchasing, or contract management – including senior executives, departmental managers, program managers, project managers, engineers, budget and finance officials, and planners — can gain valuable knowledge and insights by taking the courses in the GCPPCM program.
The courses in the GCPPCM program are for-credit, graduate-level courses. They can be taken on a non-degree seeking basis or as electives in ODU’s MPA degree program, ODU’s MBA degree program, and ODU’s engineering management graduate degree programs.
Procurement Academy, Belgium
Procurement Academy (www.procurement-academy.com) is an innovative provider of procurement training for global corporations. It aims to deliver high-quality and inspiring competence development programs with a high return on investment and measurable business results. Starting from a custom competence model, in line with the customer’s procurement strategy, the company offers learning plans that allow procurement staff to be trained specifically for what is required for their role.
The basis of Procurement Academy’s offering is second generation e-learning, covering the entire training needs of the procurement department. The uniquely designed, scenario-based E-learning delivers a learning effect that matches that of classroom training. The comprehensive course catalog of E-learning modules and interactive exercises covers the needs of operational, tactical and strategic procurement. Additional course material is being developed continuously to keep up with the rapidly changing requirements of the procurement function. Where appropriate, the learning plans can be blended with webinars and instructor-led training, delivered globally and in 9 languages.
For learners seeking certification, Procurement Academy can propose several carefully balanced programs, meeting the personal development needs of both junior and more senior procurement professionals.
Headquartered in Belgium, Procurement Academy operates on a global scale, with sales offices in Germany, Switzerland, New York and Singapore and a learner support team based in Mauritius. With close to 100 custom academies and learners in more than 100 countries, Procurement Academy is the preferred partner for corporate procurement training for blue chip companies worldwide.
Supply Chain Management Association (Canada) – Supply Chain Management Program (SCMP)
The Supply Chain Management designation sets the national standard for excellence in supply chain management in Canada. Earning the SCMP designation requires successful completion of the Supply Chain Management Professional program. The program certifies that the SCMP has attained the highest level of competency. For more information and contact details regarding the program please click here.
University of Twente
The Supply Management Suite of Modules in Conjunction with the University of Twente International Business Administration Bachelor of Science Degree
For more details and to undertake the program contact us here
IVE, Hong Kong
IIMM, India (two programmes)