NASPO Elects New President

The National Association of State Procurement Officials recently elected Jan Hamlik of Wisconsin's State Bureau of Procurement as incoming president for the 1999-2000.

Hamlik has been a member of NASPO (www.naspo.org) since she took her current position in Wisconsin in 1991. Prior to her appointment as the state's procurement director, Hamlik held two other positions as in the department as well as serving as the director of purchasing for the University of Wisconsin.

The organization also selected Missouri's Joyce Murphy as president-elect.

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