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Do you want to get involved in government affairs? Below are resources to help you get involved. 


The following resources are available to all ASCE members through the
 Key Contact Program  


  • Learn about legislation affecting the profession of civil engineering and write to your elected leaders at the state and federal levels through the Click & Connect with Congress advocacy website. 
  • Receive the weekly This Week in Washington e-newsletter that provides you with the latest developments affecting civil engineering in Washington and the state capitals. 
  • Tips on arranging a "Back Home Visit" with your elected leader(s) in a district office close to your home or work.  

 Social media platforms related to advocacy include:

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Our Failing Infrastructure Blog  

Twitter feed 

LinkedIn or search "American Society of Civil Engineers" 

Other Resources and Way to Get Involved:

State Public Affairs Grants (SPAG) Program: The SPAG program is a resource to help ASCE Sections undertake public relations and government relations projects at the grassroots level with grant money from ASCE.  

 Regional Report Card GuideIs your Section interested in producing a Regional Report Card grading your local infrastructure?  This ASCE guides shows you how to grade your community’s infrastructure.