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Plan Your Business to Get Ahead of the Market
Yes, times are tough, competition is stiff, and a lot of people feel frozen in place. Get planning and keep moving, advises Karen Compton, Assoc. AIA, principal of the business management consulting firm A3K Consulting. Compton, who will be conducting a half-day preconvention seminar in April in San Francisco, shares her insight via the latest podcast on the AIA.org Navigating the Economy page.
NCARB Launches New Electronic Reporting System
The National Council of Architecture Registration Boards (NCARB) launched the “e-EVR” online reporting system on December 31, 2008. The e-EVR system, which stands for electronic Experience Verification Reporting, functions as an online reporting system for interns in the Intern Development Program (IDP).
Don Brown, AIA, is a principal at Brown Chambless Architects, Inc., in Montgomery, Ala.; an AIA Board director representing the Gulf States Region; a member of the Board Advocacy Committee; and chair of ArchiPAC, the AIA’s political action committee.
When Will the Credit Start Flowing? Even institutional projects are slowing with municipal budget woes, so the stimulus package looks like our best hope. But, realistically, when?
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