Find out more about the Government Relations tools and trainings that are available to ASCE members:
"Is ASCE allowed to lobby legislators?" "How do I invite an elected official to my Section meeting?" Learn the answers to these and many more questions on how your Region, Section, or Branch can get involved in government relations activities to better influence policy
debates. This day-long, in-depth program will help guide your Section or Branch to expand ASCE's government relations presence at the local and state levels.
Participate in this hands-on workshop in Washington D.C. and major cities around the country to gain an introduction to public relations, learn tools and tips for implementing public relations into local activities and professional work, and build a
network of engineering advocates across the country.
Become a part of the legislative process by participating in this annual two-day program in Washington, D.C. Attendees meet with elected officials to advocate for technical and professional issues.
SPAG works in conjunction with ASCE's goal to enhance the image of civil engineers as leaders and experts on America’s vital infrastructure systems, and to encourage advocacy on ASCE priority issues that are important to civil engineers. Apply for a SPAG grant to
leverage current Section funding for a new initiative, adding a new component to your existing work, or funding an innovative idea for outreach.
Start or grow a government relations program in your Section or Branch with the tips and tools contained in this
www.cqrcengage.com/asce/states to find out more about the latest legislative or regulatory activity at your state capital.
Are you interested in influencing the policy process in Congress and your state legislature? Join ASCE's
Key Contact Program and learn how to make your voice heard.
Back Home Visit or attend a local Town Hall Meeting or other event with an elected official to raise the issue of infrastructure. See House and Senate schedules for upcoming opportunities.
Want to talk about infrastructure issues with local community groups, professional organizations, and other non-engineers? Find Report Card PowerPoint presentations, state fact sheets, infographics, videos, and
much more in our “outreach toolkit”, exclusively for ASCE members. To access the toolkit, please contact ASCE
on ASCE’s State Government Relations programs contact: