NASPO and NASPO ValuePoint Reimbursement Resources

  • NASPO and NASPO ValuePoint have separate budgets, and thus separate funds – be sure you are using the correct logo forms for your reimbursement requests.

  • Interested in comprehensive funds? To complete the Reimbursement Portal page, we have provided additional information for these funds available to state members providing a one stop shop for all your reimbursement needs! 

Professional Development Funds

NASPO_Logo_2019_internal.pngNASPO supports states and their staff to continue their education and professional development as they grow in procurement careers. 

Examples of Eligible Professional Development Funds:

  • Training programs through NASPO Procurement University and others
  • College credit courses
  • Certificate training and testing
  • Seminars
  • Software & Application Instruction
  • Membership in Professional Associations
  • Team Building opportunities

Policy and Guidelines

Forms MUST be submitted via email to

Please download the form and fill out in Adobe. Do not fill the form within the browser window.

Funds Request Form

ValuePoint In-State Cooperative Outreach Funds

NVP Logo.pngValuePoint supports states in promoting their in-state cooperative purchasing programs. 

Examples of Eligible Cooperative Outreach Funds: 

  • Outreach for in-state cooperative purchasing and contracts
  • Media and media placement of state led contracts
  • Conferences & events highlighting the value of cooperative purchasing or in-state contracts

Policy and Guidelines

Forms MUST be submitted via email to

Funds Request Form

NASPO Reimbursements

The NASPO Travel Policy governs the reimbursement of travel expenses for individuals traveling on NASPO business. Only travel authorized by NASPO headquarters in advance is eligible for reimbursement.

Policy and Guidelines - NASPO ePayments Instructions

NASPO Travel Reimbursement Form
Please send submissions to

    Technology Asset Improvement Fund

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    NASPO has created an endowment for the purpose of improving technology related to public procurement within states. These funds are allocated on an annual basis, based on investment performance within the endowment and any changes to principal.