Write for the Property Professional

NPMA Newsflash
Vol. 2016, Issue 40 November 2, 2016
Advance the profession of Asset Management through leadership in education, standards, compliance, and certifications.

Write for the Property Professional

The 2017 Editorial Calendar for The Property Professional has been released and we’re currently accepting articles for the first issue scheduled for distribution in February. Remember that articles not only enhance NPMA’s body of knowledge but also provide members with opportunities to earn credit towards certification renewal, consulting fellow applications, and earn awards at both an individual and Chapter level.

 Issue  Article Submission Deadline
 February 2017 December 12, 2016 
April 2017  February 9, 2017 
 June 2017 April 7, 2017
August 2017  June 9, 2017
 October 2017 No Articles - NES 
December 2017  October 13, 2017

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CPPS, CPPA, and CPPM Review and Testing

Certification Review and Testing for all levels of personal property certification are scheduled this month in Tucson, AZ.

Certified Personal Property Specialist (CPPS) – November 12-14
Certified Personal Property Administrator (CPPA) – November 12-14
Certified Personal Property Manager (CPPM) – November 15

While you’re in town, you’re invited to stay for the Fall Education Seminar November 16-17. For additional details and to register, click here.

Fleet Management Awareness Month

Save the date, or better yet the entire month of January. We’ll be celebrating Fleet Management Awareness Month again this year. Look for details about all the free and exciting opportunities in the works coming soon!

NPMA FES – Acquisition of a B-36 Bomber

Join us at the FES in Tucson to hear James Stemm, Curator at the Pima Air & Space Museum, discuss the acquisition of a B-36 bomber, which still resides at the Museum in Tucson. Not only was it a huge effort to acquire this aircraft, but it then had to be transported to Tucson (in pieces) from Texas. Tracking and moving such a large asset through Texas and across New Mexico into Arizona was no small feat. Learn how this was accomplished and takeaways that apply to asset management!

Don’t miss out on this and other education sessions. There’s still time to register!

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