Gov’t Affairs


Sometimes You Win; Sometimes…

For the past 18 months, Senate Bill 1132, the bill that would allow those working on their architecture license to use the interim title “Architect-in-Training,” was at the forefront and a primary objective on the AIACC list of advocacy projects …

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SB 885 Pulled

We regret to inform you that SB 885, the legislation to protect design professionals from unfair and uninsurable duty to defend obligations, has been pulled by the author and will not have another vote.  This means that SB 885 is …

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This Just In! Interested in becoming CASp?

DSA Academy Accessibility and Certified Access Specialist Classes

The Division of the State Architect (DSA) develops building standards related to access compliance, and administers the Certified Access Specialist (CASp) examination and program.

DSA is mandated to provide training specific to …

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AIACC Legislative Agenda for 2016

After hundreds of architects responded to our Annual Advocacy Survey a couple of months ago and our Advocacy Advisory Committee review of the survey responses and made recommendations, the AIACC Board of Directors has adopted the AIACC Legislative Agenda for …

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