AIACC Sponsored Bill Signed into Law

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You must be a member to view the content on this page.Our bill to change how architects report compliance with the disability access continuing education requirement was signed into law by the governor.  What does AB 1746 do?  Beginning with the 2013 renewal cycle, architects will no longer have to submit the “coursework provider documentation” forms to the California Architects Board (CAB) along with their renewal application.  Instead, architects will have to certify they took the required course hours and keep the documentation forms for two years in case of an audit.  What does this mean?  The CAB will be able to manage this program more efficiently, meaning there will be less pressure to increase the licensing fee, and; the CAB will be able to manage this program more effectively, meaning beginning in 2013 architects will not experience the delays in receiving confirmation their license was renewed.

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Mark Christian, Hon. AIACC

Mark Christian, Hon. AIACC, is the Director of Legislative Affairs for the AIA California Council, a position he has held since 1999. In this position, Mark is responsible for monitoring the CA State Legislature, identifying bills of interest to the profession, developing and implementing strategies for the positive outcome of legislation of interest to the profession, and representing the profession before the legislature. Prior to joining the AIACC, Mark worked for the State Assembly for nine years in several capacities, including as a policy consultant on several significant environmental laws. He holds a B.A. in Economics from the California State University, Sacramento.

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