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NASBP has just posted 2 articles to SuretyLearn.org for you to share with construction clients. Click here to access the first that describes the many services bond producers can provide clients and the other that explains the 4 primary construction project delivery methods. 

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Events

  2014 Regions 1, 2, 3 Annual Meeting
Registration and information now available
  2014 Regions 4, 5, 6 & 7 Annual Meeting
Registration and information now available
  2014 Mid-Year Board Meeting
Registration and information now available
  2014 Regions 8, 9, 10 & 11 Meeting
Registration and information now available

  Federal Construction and P3 Conferences
Registration and information now available

Upcoming Events

  1. Cyber Crime and Information Security Trends

    Aug 26
    Virtual Seminars
  2. 2014 Regions 1, 2, 3 Annual Meeting

    Sep 18 - 20
    Beaver Creek, CO
  3. 2014 Sales Workshop

    Sep 24 - 25
    Scottsdale, AZ

Education

  NASBP has opened registration for our Contract and Bond Forms Workshop, designed to heighten agents' sense of risk awareness.  The workshop will be held Oct. 23-24 in Dallas.
 

We are currently accepting registrations for our unique, one-day Sales Workshop for Surety Bond Professionals to be held Sept. 24-25 in Arizona.
Cyber Crime and Information Security Trends; Presented by Mark Eich on Tuesday, August 26 at 2 p.m. EDT
           

Advocacy

NASBP Federal Issues at a Glance: Talking Points for Capitol Hill Visits
This handy one page document, created for the June 12 NASBP Legislative Fly-in, provides concise message points of the key issues NASBP members need to address when they visit their members of Congress.
 

Joint Issue Brief Prepared by NASBP and SFAA on Title 41
NASBP advocates for a legislative change to Title 41 which provides for an adjustment every five years to the Federal Miller Act.

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