International Committee



The purpose of the Committee is to identify and promote ACEC’s international interests; undertake proactive federal legislative, policy, and regulatory advocacy programs related to those interests; develop appropriate relationships with international organizations; and to ensure that each committee and department of ACEC implements international programs as may be applicable.


2017-2018 GOALS:

  1. Advocate for the international business interests of ACEC member firms with U.S. governmental agencies, international organizations, and multilateral development banks.
  2. Develop ACEC’s international strategy for the promulgation of QBS, and advocate such with international client markets and stakeholders.
  3. Proactively engage with the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC) to support ACEC’s international goals; and promote engagement with FIDIC by other ACEC committees as appropriate.
  4. Develop and support the delivery of information, news, and education products to ACEC membership on engineering issues in international markets.
  5. Promote legislation and agency reforms that will improve the competitive position of ACEC members in the offering, securing, and delivering of products and services in the international marketplace.
  6. Conduct liaison meetings and facilitate networking opportunities with international stake-holders including federal agencies, embassies, banks, industry partners, and internationally minded coalitions and industry organizations.

View Committee Roster

For more information:
Jessica Salmoiraghi
Director of Federal Agencies and International Programs
(202) 682-4342



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