The National Society of Professional Engineers work together with MultiState Associates, Inc.

Arielle Eiser NSPE

NYSSPE Executive Director Anthony Fasano with NSPE Govt Relations Manager Arielle Eiser

The National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) has announced enhanced services that are now available to its’ state organizations for state legislative tracking and regulatory tracking. By working with MultiState Associates, Inc., the NSPE now has access to MultiState’s legislative tracking service, which provides access to the most updated and comprehensive data of national legislation and regulation.

The most convenient resource from this agreement is the 24/7 online access to extensive details of all bills, regulations, legislators, and committees, all of which are updated continuously. Another major resource available to all state organizations is MultiState’s ability to produce and distribute legislative reports based on the specifications desired, which can be categorized by priorities, regions, states, or subject matter.  In addition, these bill and regulatory updates are available online or through email on a daily, weekly, or bi-weekly basis. MultiState’s technology enables its’ users to customize their searches quickly and accurately. Once a bill has been identified, the user may categorize, prioritize, and track the progress of the bill through each step of the legislative process, if desired.

By pairing with MultiState, our organizations and their staff can receive all of their legislative and regulatory updates from the MultiState experts, who will filter the bills for relevancy, according to your particular needs, rather than searching these updates up individually. As a result, the state organizations and chapters can stay focused on their other responsibilities while still being adequately updated on national, legislative affairs.

NYSSPE members interested in using the software, please contact us for details.

Note: NYSSPE facilitates posting on this blog, but the views and accounts expressed herein are those of the author(s) and not the views or accounts of NYSSPE, its officers or directors whose views and accounts may or may not be similar or identical.  NYSSPE, its officers and directors do not express any opinion regarding any product or service by virtue of reference to such product or service in this blog.

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