The LACPC is pleased to announce the nomination of Suzanne Williams (pictured) by the Town of Many to serve as the LACPC’s first Commission Chair. When confirmed, Williams will help guide the Commission’s agenda and goals and will preside over official meetings held during her one-year term commencing July 1.
The Town of Many has participated in the statewide cooperative purchasing commission since its inception. Williams was tapped to represent the town by Mayor Robert H. Hable, Jr. Her nomination is expected to be approved at the next meeting of the LaMATS Board of Directors.
Williams brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to this role. Not only has she been an active participant in the LACPC, her official duties as Many’s Grant Writer include identifying funding opportunities and generating proposals and supporting documents in response to solicitations.
The LACPC is a participant-directed cooperative joint commission for Louisiana municipalities and local political subdivisions, organized to cooperate in the procurement of materials and supplies, as well as other procurement activities defined in Title 33 or the Louisiana Revised Statutes. The LACPC goal is to establish valuable purchasing contracts with national and regional brands of equipment and materials—supporting needs in construction, recreation, building maintenance, fleet management, and more—that are essential to municipal services operations.
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