Are you an ASCE member interested in advocating for the profession and learning firsthand how policy is crafted on Capitol Hill?
Every spring, ASCE holds its Legislative Fly-In Program in Washington, DC, an intensive two-day program that provides participants with an inside look at the public policy process and an opportunity to interact directly with Capitol Hill staff from their districts.
2019 event, over 250 ASCE members visited over 360 Congressional offices (that includes nearly two-thirds of the House of Representatives), advocating for a 25-cent per gallon motor fuels tax increase to help fix the Federal Highway Trust Fund, full funding of key infrastructure programs in FY2020 and urged Members of Congress to follow ASCE’s Principles for Investment as they draft a bipartisan infrastructure bill as well as urging Members of Congress to draft a comprehensive infrastructure bill. The 2020 event was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Due to the current conditions ASCE has decided to hold a virtual Legislative Fly-In in March 2021 to prioritize our members' safety while sharing the grades and recommendations in the 2021 Infrastructure Report Card with Members of Congress and their staff.
This year's event is scheduled to take place virtually on March 3–4, 2021. We look forward to offering attendees a unique leadership training experience in addition to virtual meetings with congressional offices.
The Fly-in program will include:
The deadline to submit an application for the 2021 Legislative Fly-In has been extended until January 8, 2021 (new date!). No fee is required to apply. A registration fee will be collected during the registration process once you have been selected to attend the Legislative Fly-In.
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ASCE member Jerry Palmer P.E., M.ASCE, meets with U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) during the 2015 Legislative Fly-In
ASCE members from Maine meet with Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) during the 2015 Legislative Fly-In