Take advantage of ASCE tools and resources designed to help you bring the message of the 2013 Report Card for America's Infrastructure to your lawmakers.
ASCE is civil engineering's voice in public policy.
Join ASCE staff for quarterly briefing conference calls on timely issues important to the practice of civil engineering. Key Contact Briefing Calls are an exclusive benefit of ASCE's Key Contact Program.
ASCE’s Sections, Branches and Councils have taken the lead in evaluating their own state infrastructure and releasing state and local Infrastructure Report Cards.
How is your state's infrastructure doing?
Resources to help engineers meet with elected officials at a Back Home Visit or Town Hall meeting.
Annually, ASCE creates a Priorities Issues Agenda for both federal and state legislation. Additionally, ASCE's Board of Direction has adopted 168 public policy statements, which direct the society's public policy activities.
2014 Federal Priority Issues
2014 State Priority Issues
ASCE Policy Statements
How ASCE Develops Policies
State and Local Report Cards
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