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The Gateway Arch, St. Louis, MO. Maintained by the National Parks Service.

Completed in 1965, the exterior skin of the Gateway Arch consists of 886 tons of stainless steel; just one of the products procurement professionals purchase every day. Like the Gateway Arch, NIGP is a landmark. Since 1944, the Institute has been providing groundbreaking professional development programs to government procurement professionals throughout the world. It’s a legacy we are proud of. Join us and discover the time-saving resources, collaborative peer-to-peer communities, and innovative best practices our members enjoy. Visit nigp.org/membership or call.

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The Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, CA. Maintained by the Golden Gate Bridge Highway & Transportation District.

As much as 10,000 gallons of paint can be used each year to keep the Golden Gate Bridge protected against corrosion; just one of the products procurement professionals purchase every day. Like San Francisco’s iconic bridge, NIGP is a landmark. Since 1944, the Institute has been providing ground-breaking professional development programs to government procurement professionals throughout the world. It’s a legacy we are proud of. Join us and discover the time-saving resources, collaborative peer-to-peer communities, and innovative best practices our members enjoy. Visit nigp.org/membership or call.

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Hoover Dam, Boulder City, CO. Maintained by the United States Bureau of Reclamation.

Approximately 4.3 million cubic yards of concrete were used during the construction of the Hoover Dam; just one of the products procurement professionals purchase every day. Like the Hoover Dam, NIGP is a landmark. Since 1944, the Institute has been providing groundbreaking professional development programs to government procurement professionals throughout the world. It’s a legacy we are proud of. Join us and discover the time-saving resources, collaborative peer-to-peer communities, and innovative best practices our members enjoy. Visit nigp.org/membership or call.

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Mount Rushmore, Keystone, SD. Maintained by the National Parks Service.

Over ninety percent of Mount Rushmore was carved using strategically placed charges of dynamite; just one of the products procurement professionals purchase every day. Like Mount Rushmore, NIGP is a landmark. Since 1944, the Institute has been providing groundbreaking professional development programs to government procurement professionals throughout the world. It’s a legacy we are proud of. Join us and discover the time-saving resources, collaborative peer-to-peer communities, and innovative best practices our members enjoy. Visit nigp.org/membership or call.

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The Peace Tower, part of Parliament Hill, Ottawa, Ontario. Maintained by Public Works and Government Services Canada.

The four clock faces located on each side of the Peace Tower are 4.8 meters (16 feet) in diameter; just one of the products procurement professionals purchase every day. Like the Peace Tower, NIGP is a landmark. Since 1944, the Institute has been providing groundbreaking professional development programs to government procurement professionals throughout the world. It’s a legacy we are proud of. Join us and discover the time-saving resources, collaborative peer-to-peer communities, and innovative best practices our members enjoy. Visit nigp.org/membership or call.

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The Statue of Liberty, New York, NY. Maintained by the National Parks Service.

During its 1984 restoration, scaffolding rising 240 feet was erected around the Statue of Liberty; just one of the products procurement professionals purchase every day. Like the Statue of Liberty, NIGP is a landmark. Since 1944, the Institute has been providing groundbreaking professional development programs to government procurement professionals throughout the world. It’s a legacy we are proud of. Join us and discover the time-saving resources, collaborative peer-to-peer communities, and innovative best practices our members enjoy. Visit nigp.org/membership or call.

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The Washington Monument, Washington, D.C. Maintained by the National Parks Service.

Flags representing all fifty states circle the base of the Washington Monument; just one of the products procurement professionals purchase every day. Like the Washington Monument, NIGP is a landmark. Since 1944, the Institute has been providing ground-breaking professional development programs to government procurement professionals throughout the world. It’s a legacy we are proud of. Join us and discover the time-saving resources, collaborative peer-to-peer communities, and innovative best practices our members enjoy. Visit nigp.org/membership or call.

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