APWA's Technical Committees are focused on specific public works areas and their role is to:
- provide educational opportunities, information exchange, and representation for the specified topic(s)
- recommend and advance APWA policies and positions regarding legislation and regulations that affect public works practices in the specified topic(s)
- provide a forum for APWA members to exchange ideas, technologies, and information on public works practices
- identify and promote research needed to advance public works practices in the specified topic(s)
Current APWA Technical Committees are listed below. Visit the committee's webpage for full details.
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Technical Committees offer members the opportunity of public service on a national scale and a chance to participate in the process of constructive change in the public interest. Each committee has at least one face-to-face meeting (at PWX), and may hold additional face-to-face or conference call meetings during the year, dependent upon a substantive agenda. If subcommittees/task forces are established, members of committees may serve as liaisons to those groups. The nomination period for service on 2016-2017 Technical Committees has now closed, but the subsequent year's nomination period will open in February 2017.