The Texas Board of Professional Engineers’ (TBPE) Board e-Newsletter
March 4th, 2013
The TBPE eNewsletter is your quarterly update on information about the Texas PE License and Licensing Board and is a supplement to the TBPE Express annual printed newsletter.
In this issue of the TBPE eNewsletter:
TBPE Ethics Webinar March 19th
New Pocket Card
Board Meeting update:
New rules proposed in recent board meeting
Upcoming Legislative session - including Sunset Bills
Read below for more info:
Outreach – Webinar March 19th
TBPE will be presenting an ethics webinar on March 19th from 10:00am to 11:00am CT, presented by Executive Director Lance Kinney, P.E., Director of Licensing David Howell, P.E., and Director of Compliance & Enforcement C.W. Clark, P.E.
Click Here for further information.
If you are interested in scheduling a TBPE Ethics presentation, please contact outreach coordinator Dorothy Gonzales to make your request at firstname.lastname@example.org
Introducing the new PE Pocket Card Redesigned for 2013
TBPE announces the new PE Pocket Card. Watch for the new card when licenses are renewed throughout 2013. Click here to preview the new card.
The Texas Board of Professional Engineers Quarterly Board and Committee Meetings were held February 13-14, 2013.
New Rule Proposal: The agency proposed a new rule that would clarify current policies regarding reporting disciplinary actions from other states: http://engineers.texas.gov/proposed_030113.html
Enforcement actions: All enforcement actions approved in the board meeting are posted on the TBPE website: http://engineers.texas.gov/da/da21413.html
Video: Video clips of the Board Meeting are available: https://engineers.texas.gov/recordings.htm
Legislative Update / Sunset Recommendations
The Sunset Advisory Commission has introduced legislation to continue TBPE for the next twelve years, with certain amendments to enabling statute.
Let us know how we are doing! TBPE is focused on improving our service to the public and our customers. You can share your feedback and suggestions via our customer service survey: http://engineers.texas.gov/feedback
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