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The Purpose of the Nevada Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors

The Nevada State Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors was created in 1935 to regulate the professions of engineering and land surveying. Its members are appointed by the Nevada Governor in accordance with Nevada Revised Statute 625.100.

The Board meets every two months to carry out its business, including the review and approval of applications for licensing professional engineers and land surveyors. These meetings are alternately scheduled in Reno and Las Vegas during the odd-numbered months. One meeting a year may be held in a rural Nevada town.

In accordance with Nevada’s Open Meeting Law, all agenda items and completed applications must be submitted to the Board 30 days prior to the meeting date to be included in an upcoming meeting agenda.

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Strategic Plan

The Nevada Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyorsdeveloped a comprehensive Strategic Plan in March 2017.  The plan was created using a 10-30 year planning horizon based on the boards’s core ideology consisting of a core purpose and core values. 
Because the Strategic Plan had been developed in 2017, the board felt it was timely to reconsider its contents.  At the September 11, 2020 Strategic Planning Session, the board reaffirmed that the goals developed in the current Strategic Plan based on a 10-30 year planning horizon were still relevant.  The session then focused on review and refresh of strategies.  It was agreed that tactics and action items would be driven by the strategies and developed by the board and its committees at future meetings. 
This updated Executive Summary restates the board’s goals for its updated Strategic Plan and captures the board’s strategies for the next 3-5 year planning horizon.

Audited Financial Statements

As required by statute, the Nevada Board is audited annually.  Please see the audited financial statements listed by fiscal year below.