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    Missouri's Transportation Funding - The Stark Reality

    Please click here to see the impact of declining revenues for Missouri's transportation needs if we don't find a new funding source soon.  

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    MSPE Legislative Priorities

    Transportation Funding Measure

    Registration Law Changes for A/PE/LS/LA

    Be sure to check our Legislative Advocacy webpage to get the latest information on these priorities for MSPE and other bills we are tracking.  MSPE members are urged to contact their state representatives and state senators on a regular basis to talk about engineering issues.  

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    NSPE Statement of Strategic Direction


    For the past two years NSPE has been engaged in an intensive effort of self-evaluation, assessing what we do well and what we must change in order for NSPE to best serve the needs of the licensed, professional engineer at the local, state and national levels.Late last month, the NSPE Board of Directors made an important step forward in this process, approving the attached statement of strategic direction.  This document distills into a succinct summary all that we have learned from you, from the membership and from surveys and data analysis.  It outlines the principles and priorities that will govern the board’s continuing efforts to improve the organization and integrate Race for Relevance concepts and approaches into the very fabric of NSPE governance and operations.  Our work is far from done, however.  The Race for Relevance is a commitment to continuous improvement and learning, as an organization, to ensure we continue to honor our obligation to effectively serve the needs and interests of the licensed, professional engineer. We are already engaged and will continue work to align the charges, objectives and activities of every committee, board, council, interest group and task force with the direction outlined in this document.  Our executive director is pursuing a similar effort of focus and alignment within NSPE’s professional staff.  

    The next and a critical procedural step is to update and revise the NSPE Strategic Plan.  (The current plan was adopted seven and half years ago, and looked forward only to 2011.)     

    Robert A. Green, P.E., F.NSPE

    NSPE President


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