Governance

The objectives of MAPP are to establish cooperative relationships among its members for the development of efficient purchasing methods and practices in the field of Education, Governmental and Public Institutional Procurement; to encourage maintenance of ethical standards in buying and selling; to promote uniform Public Purchasing Laws and simplified standards and specifications; to collect and disseminate useful information for its members; to promote the interchange of ideas and experiences within purchasing professions; to encourage research and investigations; to promote ongoing training and certification of those engaged in the profession; to sponsor such other activities as may be useful in providing its members with knowledge for efficient procurement; to strive by all legitimate means to advance the purchasing profession; and to observe the purposes, aims and objectives of the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing, Inc.
                               
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MAPP Code of Ethics

The Code of Ethics are meant to identify the organization's expectations of its members and to offer guidance on handling some of the more common ethical problems that might arise in the course of doing business. It is hoped that having such a policy will lead to greater ethical awareness, consistency in application, and the avoidance of ethical predicaments.

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Why be a Board Member?

10. Because like your green vegetables, it's good for you!
9. You get to work with good people!
8. You help shape the future of MAPP!
7. You get to bring your ideas!
6. You get to have fun!
5. You get to meet other MAPP members!
4. Service to others is noble!
3. The association pays your MAPP conference registration fees.
2. You can achieve points and fulfill qualifications necessary for CPPB
& CPPO re-certifications!
1. Giving back to your professional organization makes you feel good!





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