Webinar 011519: Public Procurement Practice: Selecting the Appropriate Construction Project Delivery Method

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    Webinar Recording

    Presented by: 

    John Adler, CPPO, Theresa Bauccio-Teschlog, CPPB, Jaime Benton, T. Suzette Moore, CPPO, CPPB, William "Joe" Tommie, CPPO

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    Join us and hear directly from the team that developed guidance for selecting the appropriate construction project delivery as they share insights and highlight key concepts.


     After viewing this webinar, attendees will be able to:
    1.  Identify the three different primary construction delivery methods
    2.  Consideration of award criteria, project characteristics, and attributes of each delivery method
    3.  Selection of the most appropriate construction project delivery method(s) for the award criteria  

    Presenter Bios

    John Adler, CPPO, is Procurement Vice President for Dallas Area Rapid Transit.John is the former Arizona State Procurement Director and has more than 40-years in government contracting.John has active committee and leadership roles in the National Institute of Governmental Procurement (NCMA), National Contract Management Association (NCMA), Institute of Supply Management (ISM), is Co-Chair of the Procurement Steering Committee and National Board member for the American Public Transit Association (APTA).John is also a Past President, Life Member of the National Association of State Procurement Officers 2017. John received the Giulio Mazzone Distinguished Service Award from NASPO in 2016.He is a Lifetime Certified Public Procurement Officer (CPPO), Arizona State University graduate and co-author of two procurement textbooks.
    Theresa Bauccio-Teschlog, CPPB, is the Purchasing Manager for the City of Everett in Everett, Washington, as well as an NIGP instructor. She has 20+ years of procurement experience, over 17 years of which have been spent in public purchasing. She is a past Membership Secretary for the Washington State Chapter of NIGP and is currently the chapter’s Education and Research Chair. Theresa is a graduate of Seattle University where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a dual concentration in both Operations Management and Marketing. Jaime Benton is the Director of School Facilities Planning for Greenville County Schools.He is responsible for the planning, designing and executing of capital improvement projects for the largest school district in South Carolina.Jaime is a Civil Engineer with over 25 years in the construction industry, with the unique perspective of having worked for the architect, contractor and owner throughout his career.
    T. Suzette Moore, CPPO, CPPB, is currently the Chief Procurement Officer (CPRO) for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority.As CPRO, Moore is responsible for leading and managing procurements while working to transform the procurement organization into an efficient and effective program.She is a highly experienced and successful leader with over 30 years in public sector procurement management. Moore served as the appointed Assistant Secretary for procurement and logistics for the State of Maryland Department of General Services where she advised all levels of state government concerning procurement laws, regulations and policy. Prior to her appointment as Assistant Secretary, Moore served as the Chief Procurement Officer for the Maryland Aviation Administration at BWI Airport. She served in numerous management roles on the State level, demonstrating enthusiastic leadership, with a positive attitude, and exceptional customer focus. She is a past president for Maryland Public Purchasing Association, served as an Area 2 NIGP Chapter Ambassador and was most recently appointed to the NIGP Talent Council effective July 1, 2018.
    William “Joe” Tommie, CPPO, has served in public procurement for 37 years. 31 of those years were spent in the school districts of South Carolina where he gained experience in purchasing, inventory, and construction procurement. Joe is currently Director of Purchasing for Cobb County in Georgia where he was involved with the public-private partnership procurement of SunTrust Park, the stadium where the Atlanta Braves play. Joe has received numerous awards attesting to his leadership and teamwork such as the Cobb County Management Team Silver Eagle Award and the SCAGPO Purchasing Manager of the Year. Joe is also a frequent NIGP instructor.

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  • Webinar 011519: Public Procurement Practice: Selecting the Appropriate Construction Project Delivery Method (Non-Member Rate includes a one-year complementary NIGP membership for eligible individuals)
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