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UPPCC Announces 2003 Fully Certified Agencies

September 16, 2003 - In conjunction with the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing (NIGP) 58th Annual Forum and Products Exposition in Nashville, Tennessee, the Universal Public Purchasing Certification Council (UPPCC) announced the name of those agencies that have achieved the distinguished and unique honor of being fully certified.

Based on the UPPCC eligibility requirements, the Council chose to recognize those organizations that have met the specific criteria based on job responsibilities within the procurement function with additional requirements for eligibility based on education and public sector experience.

2003 Fully Certified Agencies

City of Mesa, AZ
Sharon Seekins, CPPO

City of Olathe, KS
Alan Shorthouse, CPPO

Colorado Department of Human Services
Karen Devereaux, CPPO,CPPB

County of York, VA
Thomas Sawyer, CPPO, CPPB

El Paso County, CO
Eileen Gonzales, CPPO, CPPB

Kentucky Lottery Corporation
Marcella Saltsman, CPPB

Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries
Charlotte Naquin, CPPB

Mississippi Department of Agriculture & Commerce
Betty Pyron, CPPB

Mississippi Employment Security Commission
Terry Ellis, CPPB

Mississippi Secretary of State
Renea Haycraft, CPPO, CPPB

Mississippi State Department of Rehabilitation
Rita Hayes, CPPB

Mississippi State Fair Commission
Sharion Smith, CPPB

Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education
Jim Aulgur, CPPO,CPPB

Oregon Secretary of State, Business Services Division
Jeffry Morgan, CPPO, CPPB

Port of Pascagoula, MS
Carolyn Moore, CPPO, CPPB

Santa Rosa County School District
Judson Crane, CPPO, CPPB

Village of Lisle, IL
Patti Huth, CPPO, CPPB

Warren County Purchasing Department, MS
Tonga Vinson, CPPO, CPPB

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