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I do use NCEES and have found it very worth while.  With time it becomes difficult to locate references for previous experience.  Sometimes it is impossible. 
 
Many state applications are very simple with NCEES ... supply current info, check a box indicating info is coming from NCEES, sign the form and send your money.  For a reasonable fee, I think it is $25, NCEES then sends  info to the state.
 
Each year NCEES sends a form to update experience for that year.
 
Paul J. Martin, PE, SE
ADM Design Services
Decatur, IL
 
217-429-4412
-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Feather <pfeather(--nospam--at)san.rr.com>
To: SEAOC List <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
Date: Saturday, May 22, 1999 12:40 AM
Subject: NCEES Registration

Due to recent contracts, I need to acquire registration in seven additional states,
with potentially five more as the work progresses.
 
I understand that for a fee I can register with NCEES, and that this registration will
then facilitate obtaining the required registrations.
 
What is the experience on the list?  Do the engineers who have multiple state registrations utilize NCEES, and if so,
any feedback on the usefulness of the service?
 
 
Thank You
 
Paul Feather  PE
 
 
Paul J. Martin, PE, SE
ADM Design Services
Decatur, IL
 
217-429-4412