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  • 2014 Fall Web Seminars

    NSPE is offering two more webinars this fall! October 14: Seven Secrets to Successful Negotiation; and, October 21: Key Concepts in Engineering Ethics—Maintaining Objectivity/Truthfulness and Addressing Conflict of Interest. All materials provided by NSPE and its partners are available to members at a discount.

  • Mission: Engineering a Stronger Profession

    NSPE is on a mission of organizational innovation and development to effectively serve the licensed professional engineer and those on the licensure path. Learn more about this effort for reinvigorating an organization that has been serving the engineering profession for 80 years, and read our new strategic plan.

  • NSPE Supports Senate Introduction of America COMPETES Act Reauthorization Bill

    On September 15, NSPE as part of the Coalition for National Science Funding, sent a letter of support to Chairman Jay Rockefeller and the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee for introducing legislation to reauthorize the America COMPETES Act. NSPE commends this bill’s acknowledgment of the importance of the National Science Foundation (NSF) and its commitment to sustained investment in all fields of engineering. Read more.

  • Bureau Seeks Comments Related to PEs

    The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement is seeking comments regarding the paperwork burden related to oil and gas drilling. One section deals specifically with PEs and engineering firms. Learn more about submitting comments.

  • Federal Engineer of the Year Award

    The NSPE Professional Engineers in Government is now calling for Federal Engineer of the Year Award applications. Federal Engineer of the Year award nominees will be judged on their engineering achievements, education, continuing education, professional/technical society activities, NSPE membership, awards, honors, and civic & humanitarian activities. Candidates are nominated by their employing federal agency that employs at least 50 engineers worldwide. The application deadline is October 31. Learn more.

  • Public Private Partnership (P3) Contract

    Now available, the newly released Public Private Partnership (P3) is for use by government entities to finance, construct, maintain and provide public improvements and services. P3-508 is a resource for use in jurisdictions that allow for the procurement of improvements and services through P3 relationships. The agreement also provides flexibility to allow for differences in statutes, regulations, financing requirements, and to cover various forms of services or improvements. Purchase today!