The EIA Board of Directors met on March 3, 2017, and approved the elimination of the ½ percent Public Entity Fee. The Fee was created when Public Entity members were first allowed to join the EIA back in 2001. The Public Entity Fee was important and it served a useful purpose when initiated, but now it is contrary to the EIA's mission, which includes that we are Equitable – allocating costs and services between various members in a fair and consistent manner.
Critical incidents cause us to pause and reflect. They also push us to analyze what we do, and how and why we do it. This is a time, based on the analysis, to learn and plan for the future.
The EIA recently issued a survey regarding communications. Find out about the results!
We are excited to announce a new Chief Member Services Officer to the EIA.
Happy New Year! With 2014 off to a great start, let’s take a moment to remember all the milestones of 2013. Introduction of MR OCIP: The Master Rolling OCIP (MR OCIP) program launched in early 2013. The program offers cost savings, better coverage, more control, and higher limits of insurance than traditional construction insurance. New…
The Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting has been awarded to CSAC Excess Insurance Authority by Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for its comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR).
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