2023 Specs on the Union Q3


Join members of the AIA Government Advocacy team and special guests for an overview of what is happening in the ever-changing public policy landscape. Sessions will focus on breaking news, executive actions, legislative measures, and other initiatives that impact architecture and professional practice.

Learning objectives

  • Better navigate the fast-paced, ever-changing public policy landscapes facing our nation and the built environment.
  • Enhance your understanding of executive actions, legislative measures and regulatory initiatives, as well as what they mean for your practice.
  • Explore what tools the federal government has, or could lose, to affect business conditions affecting architecture firms' prosperity.
  • Learn what tools and methods are available for AIA members to engage and advocate on issues important to the profession of architecture.

This session was recorded live on August 22, 2023.

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