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Posted December 13, 2017

APS Executive Director Continues to Lead State Procurement Association

Rennette Apodaca, the APS Executive Director of Procurement and Accounts Payable, has led the New Mexico Public Procurement Association since 2015.

Apodaca will continue as president for an additional three years. NMPPA, a chapter of the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing serves purchasing officers, agents, buyers, managers and other associated with public procurement since 1996. The association provides training and professional development opportunities in public procurement and related public administration issues.

“I am so grateful to continue to bring educational opportunities to procurement professionals in New Mexico," Apodaca said. "Our association has talented knowledgeable members that are making a difference in governmental entities throughout the state and I am honored to represent this dynamic group.”

Apodaca has been in the procurement profession for more than 16 years and holds the national designation of Certified Public Procurement Officer and state designation of certified public officer. She has a bachelor’s degree in accounting and a master’s degree in Public Administration from New Mexico State University.

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