Shawn Megaw appointed Director of SIGs
||October 12, 2016
|Advance the profession of Asset Management through leadership in education, standards, compliance, and certifications.
Shawn Megaw Appointed Director of
Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
Congrats to Shawn Megaw on his recent appointment as the new National Director of Special Interest Groups.
Did you know that NPMA SIGs provide, at no additional fee, tools and networking opportunities where you can ask any question, present any problem, and receive quality advice? Forums have been established for a wide range of organizational and functional disciplines within the asset management field, so there is a place for everyone.
If you’re interested in participating in one or more SIGs, the following steps will get you started:
1. Log into npma.org;
2. From the Groups menu, select your SIG(s) of choice;
3. Click the Join Group icon;
4. Start networking!
2016 NES Presentations Now Available
The presentations from the 2016 NES workshops have been posted on the NPMA website. Don’t miss the opportunity to take advantage of this valuable resource and benefit of being a NPMA member. Check them out here!
Fall Education Seminar-
Only 2 More Days Left To Get The Early Bird Rate!
The complete session list for the FES is now available at http://www.npmaconferences.org/agenda.
Join NPMA in Tucson, AZ November 16 &17 for 2 days of education covering University, Contract Property, and Best Practices.
Session topic highlights include:
• Bridging the Gap
• Subcontractor Control
• Contract Closeout
• Process Improvement
• Mobile Technology
The revised Intermediate Manual and Supplements for the CPPA are scheduled for release on January 1, 2017.
Testing under the current material will be available for approximately six months following the release of the new material. Likely through the end of June 2017. In order to test under the old material, you will need to purchase the exams prior to December 31, 2016. That purchase will give you a deadline of June 30, 2017 to complete testing. Once the new book is released, all classes will be on the new book ONLY. Exams will be for the new book ONLY.