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Matthew A. Bradshaw, CPSM, CPSD, C.P.M.

Certified Professional in Supply Management® (CPSM®)  and  Supplier Diversity™ (CPSD™)                                      RESOURCEFUL & Tenacious Problem Solver

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CPSD™ (Certified Professional in Supplier Diversity®)

Posted:October 19, 2018 | Tags: Relationships, Supplier Diversity, CPSD

ISM’s Certified Professional in Supplier Diversity® (CPSD™) certification program is one of the few that exists for this growing and much-needed specialization. Many companies engage in supplier diversity to be socially responsible or to meet customer or federal requirements but don’t understand its true profit potential. As a CPSD, you’ll be the guiding hand with the knowledge and training to show an organization how supplier diversity can improve the bottom line and accelerate innovation...

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CPSD™ Requirements

Posted:October 19, 2018 | Tags: Diversity, CPSD, CPSD Requirements, Eligibility

Eligibility
To be eligible for certification, you must have:

Three years of supplier diversity or supply management experience (nonclerical, nonsupport) and have a regionally accredited bachelor’s degree, OR
Five years of supplier diversity or supply management experience (nonclerical, nonsupport)
Exams
Earning a CPSD requires you to pass either one or two exams depending on whether or not you already have a CPSM or C.P.M. certification. You may take the following two exams in any...

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Certified Professional in Supplier Diversity®

Posted:February 23, 2019 | Tags: CPSD

I passed my CPSD™ Exam on Essentials in Supplier Diversity this morning, Saturday, February 23, 2019.

CPSD™
(Certified Professional in Supplier Diversity®)
BUILDING SUCCESSFUL RELATIONSHIPS – AND PROFITS
ISM’s Certified Professional in Supplier Diversity® (CPSD™) certification program is one of the few that exists for this growing and much-needed specialization. Many companies engage in supplier diversity to be socially responsible or to meet customer or federal requirements, but don’t...

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