The U.S House passed H.R. 3534 by a voice vote on May 15. This is the individual surety legislation that SFAA and NASBP have sought in Congress this session. H.R. 3534 requires that the security that stands behind every federal
Thank you to all who attended the SAW May Breakfast – “The Company You Keep.” A big thanks goes out to Jamie Ziegler and Gerry Ormiston of Liberty Mutual Surety for the informative presentation. Attached are the PP slides from
The ongoing AFSB study group is moving onto the final course needed to achieve the AFSB designation. Beginning April 12th, members will meet to work on the Business Law course (CPCU 530). So far the group consists of John Drummey,
Congratulations to John Cassidy of Zurich, Lizzy Shea and Tim Larson of CNA who recently passed the AFSB 152 – Contract Surety Course. The three of them will now move on to the CPCU 530 which is the final course
This year the SAW found a fantastic hidden treasure just south of Downtown Seattle in the Sodo district. Click here for more info
We want to congratulate 5 of our members for recently completing the AFSB 153 course and highlight the success of our continuing education group that meets regularly to help work through the AFSB courses and requirements.
Our 2011 Surety Association of Washington Golf Tournament will be held at the Golf Club at Redmond Ridge on Tuesday, July 19th. Each year we have a lot of fun, and this year should be no exception.
Stan Uhlig is the owner of Federal Construction Consultants, which specializes in showing firms how to get into federal construction and how to be successful at it.
The AFSB designation is a program of study offered by the Insurance Institute of America, and our Association is working with our education coordinator, Tim Larson from CNA Surety, to help each other work toward certification.
Chris Wright & Todd Blischke’s slide-deck form their presentation regarding the Federal Small Business Contracting Programs in March 2011.