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Something You May Be Interested In – January 18, 2018

The Business Side: Where Have the Loyal Customers Gone? Federal Procurement Law & Natural Disasters OFFSHORE SEISMIC SURVEYS: Additional Guidance Needed to Help Ensure Timely Reviews SMALL BUSINESS CONTRACTING: SBA Efforts May Clarify the Assignment of Industry Codes, and Most Code Appeals Were Dismissed

WVSPS 2018 Convention – Call for Surveyor’s Raffle Donations Reminder

As the 50th Annual WVSPS Convention gets closer, we would like to remind you one more time about our surveyors raffle. The money raised from the raffle funds the WVSPS Future Surveyor Award which helps aspiring surveying students by providing them with needed equipment and supplies. It is important toRead More

WVSPS – State of the State Legislative Update

Governor Jim Justice made his second State of the State speech Wednesday evening before a packed crowd in the West Virginia House of Delegates Chambers.  The Governor’s message was a sharp departure from last year, highlighted by revenue projections that were negative last year but have now turned the cornerRead More

Something You May Be Interested In – January 11, 2018

Guest Column: Grow Your Surveying Business Without Hiring Presidential Executive Order on a Federal Strategy to Ensure Secure and Reliable Supplies of Critical Minerals Nadeau Land Surveyors Newsletter Press Briefing by Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs Administrator Neomi Rao on the Unified Agenda of Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions

January 2018 Legislative Update

The West Virginia Legislature is set to convene on January 10, 2018, per the West Virginia Constitutional requirement that the “regular session shall commence on the second Wednesday of January each year.” W. Va. Const. art. VI, § 18. The West Virginia Constitution provides that the regular legislative session shallRead More

2018 Map Contest Deadline Extended to January 19

If you missed the submission deadline for the map contest, we have good news! The deadline for submission has been extended through January 19, 2018! Information on submitting your map entry: Only licensed members of WVSPS may submit maps. If you aren’t a member of WVSPS you can submit your membershipRead More

WVSPS – Call for Newsletter Content

The next issue of The West Virginia Surveyor will be published in February. Please send your news, articles, and surveying-related photos via email directly to John Porter, Editor of the WVSPS Newsletter, at You can even receive PDHs for writing articles (1 PDH per hour spent writing, up to 10 per year)!Read More

Something You May Be Interested In – January 4, 2018

Road Recycling Meets Surveying Better Planning and Coordination Needed to Improve Prospects for Fielding Modernized Capability Most Exhaustive Database of Federal Real Property Ever Compiled Now Available for Public Review ALTA/NSPS Question The Fight Against Unlicensed Practice

Upcoming Events – February – April, 2018

There are seven events coming up in the next three months that surveyors might be interested in! Be sure to click the link for more information. 2018 WVSPS Convention Registration now open! February 22-24, 2018 Kentucky 2018 KAPS Annual Conference Save the Date! February 15-17, 2018 North Carolina 2018 AnnualRead More

WVSPS – Last Chance – 2018 Map Contest Deadline January 5!

There is still time to submit a map for the 2018 WVSPS Map Contest! As a reminder, the deadline is Friday, January 5! Information on submitting your map entry: Only licensed members of WVSPS may submit maps. If you aren’t a member of WVSPS you can submit your membership application along withRead More

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