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Charles Dominick

Charles Dominick, SPSM, SPSM2, SPSM3 is President and Chief Procurement Officer of the Next Level Purchasing Association (NLPA). He has authored most of the NLPA’s online courses and is the mastermind behind the prestigious Senior Professional in Supply Management (SPSM) family of certifications, earned in over 90 countries. He heads up the development of the NLPA’s annual purchasing and supply management salary reports, which are groundbreaking and industry-leading pieces of research, always unparalleled in the field by far.

Dominick is co-author of the book, “The Procurement Game Plan: Winning Strategies and Techniques for Supply Management Professionals.” His articles and interviews have been included in countless supply chain publications.   His clients have had their post-training success stories featured in multiple magazines, including two cover stories in Supply & Demand Chain Executive.

Before founding Next Level Purchasing in 2000, Dominick delivered great procurement results as an employee of the Kurt J. Lesker Company, US Airways, and the University of Pittsburgh. He holds the SPSM, SPSM2 and SPSM3 Certifications and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Duquesne University. He is frequently recruited to deliver educational seminars throughout the U.S. and beyond.



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Social Responsibility Changes Procurement

August 22nd

Now, executives are realizing that good procurement can be perhaps the biggest contributor in an area in which organizations are being increasingly evaluated: Social responsibility. Read More

Deciding on the Experience Procurement Candidates Should Have

August 4th

Industry experience, procurement experience and category experience can all be valuable. But it depends on the type of organization that you are to determine whether they should be “preferred” or “required” qualifications when recruiting for your open proc… Read More

Deciding on the Education Procurement Candidates Should Have

August 3rd

Some people within the procurement community feel that a bachelor's or higher degree should be a minimum qualification for any procurement position. That, without such a requirement, procurement cannot be widely considered to be a “profession.” There are o… Read More