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ProcurePath

Public Procurement Training Seminars

Public Procurement Training

ProcurePath was founded with the mission of providing high-energy, interactive public procurement training programs to develop the key competencies necessary for effective public procurement. ProcurePath trains both experienced practitioners and those who are new to the profession. 

ProcurePath's subject matter goes beyond the functional public procurement competencies required in public procurement and is aimed at “soft skills” that are relevant to the everyday challenges confronted by the public procurement professional. With a mix of retired and active public procurement professionals as ProcurePath's pool of instructors, we are able to tackle real-life case studies and issues during each seminar. Let ProcurePath be your source for Public Procurement Training Seminars.

Our Founder

Paul J. Brennan, FNIGP, CPPO

Paul J. Brennan, FNIGP, CPPO has more than 23 years of experience in public sector procurement. He has been actively involved in promoting public procurement and educating public procurement practitioners throughout his career. 


Paul served The Institute for Public Procurement (NIGP) Board of Directors, for 12 years and was elected president of the institute from 2009-2010. In 2016, Paul received the institute’s highest honor, the Albert H. Hall Award, and was named a Fellow of the Institute. 


Paul’s achievements also include his service on the Executive Board of the New York State Association of Municipal Procurement Officials, which began in 1996, and his service as president from 2004-2006.

Our Mission and Vision

ProcurePath's mission is to support the professional development of public procurement practitioners and leaders, by providing high energy and interactive public procurement training programs, that develop key competencies necessary for effective and efficient public procurement.


ProcurePath and our Instructors are committed to providing quality training opportunities that will ensure public procurement professionals are capable of performing their duties in a knowledgeable and ethical manner.