Management Practices Committee
The purpose of the Management Practices Committee is to develop products and services that assist member firms with management of their professional practices. These products and services may address project delivery, procurement, project management, finance, information technology, human resources management and other areas vital to strengthening business operations of A/E firms.
- Identify management practice issues of importance to the industry and ensure that these are effectively dealt with in our education and advocacy programs.
- Coordinate advocacy education efforts with the Federal Agencies and Procurement Advocacy Committee, or other GA committees as appropriate.
- Recommend “best practices” that can be implemented in legislation and regulatory reforms, as well as internationally through FIDIC, as appropriate.
- Update “alternative delivery” position papers; and consider how best to promote P3s, lump sum contracting, and other alternate approaches.
- Ensure that professional forums and coalitions are receiving educational programming that meets member needs.
- Coordinate as may be appropriate with ASCE, NSPE, APWA, AGC, AIA and other organizations in support of ACEC’s management practices agenda and educational programs.
- Monitor and engage in professional licensure issues that impact engineering business practice; review the suggested changes to the model law being discussed by State licensing boards and NCEES and the potential impact on ACEC member firm businesses.
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