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  • Special Report: NSPE’s Post-Election Snapshot

    The morning after the midterm election, one fact was certain: Republicans had a huge night. With the GOP reclaiming the Senate by a wider-than-expected margin, picking up over a dozen seats in the House and making sweeping gains in gubernatorial races and state legislatures, the political landscape will be markedly different than it was in the 113th Congress. Simply put, this election ended up being a blowout at both the federal and state levels and there will be major repercussions. Read more.

  • 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.

  • 15 Free Online Courses For You

    As a professional engineer, you probably need to meet continuing education requirements to maintain your license. NSPE is here to help. Your membership includes 15 online professional development courses on a variety of topics. Take advantage of this time-and money-saving member benefit today!

  • 2015 NSPE Honor Awards

    NSPE Honor Awards promote the engineering profession’s contributions to society and recognize the achievements of the profession’s very best.
    » NSPE Award
    » Young Engineer of the Year Award
    » Distinguished Service Award
    The deadline to enter is January 31, 2015.
     

  • NSPE Urges Repeal of Pennsylvania Industrial Exemption

    On September 29, NSPE President Harve Hnatiuk, P.E., F.NSPE, wrote to the Pennsylvania House Committee on Professional Licensure to comment on a bill that could repeal Pennsylvania’s industrial exemption. NSPE opposes licensure and regulation that allow unlicensed individuals to practice engineering that could impact the public health, safety, and welfare and recommends phasing out existing industrial exemptions in state licensing laws. Learn more.

  • Public Private Partnership (P3) Contract

    Now available, the newly released Public Private Partnership (P3) Agreement 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!