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NASBP has launched a redesigned web site. As a result of this transition, you will not be able to register for meetings until Monday, January 5th. You may experience problems logging in as well. We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to offering a new and improved NASBP.ORG. Thanks.

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  • The opportunity to advance your knowledge of the surety line of business through networking events and in-person and distance education
  • Lobbying representation in Washington DC with the federal government and federal contracting agencies, and access to a grassroots issues network at state and local levels
  • Digital and print communications which keep you abreast of the latest surety and construction issues impacting your agency and clients
  • Specific resources, forms and surveys that make your bonding operations easier and more efficient

Resources for small and emerging contractors.

Suretylearn.org provides information on the basics of bonding and of what is needed to achieve surety credit for small and emerging contractors.