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    The mission of the Oregon State Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying is to regulate the practices of engineering, land surveying, photogrammetry, and water right examination in the State as they relate to the welfare of the public in safeguarding life, health and property.
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  • Passing of SB 297
    ​Due to the passing of SB 297, the process for examination and registration has changed!  The current rules do not apply and new temporary rules will be effective Friday, August 14, 2015.
Current Topics Information
2015 OSBEELS Syposium Registration ~ NOW OPEN!
The Oregon State Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying (OSBEELS) is holding its annual Symposium on Friday, September 11, 2015 at the Salem Convention Center.
Presentations offered this year include:

       ·         Oregon Resilience Plan

·         Mobile Mapping
·         Tilikum Bridge
·         3D Roadway Design
·         Connected/Autonomous Vehicles
·         Active Transportation Management
·         Digital Signatures
During lunch, a keynote address will be given on the Historic Columbia River Highway.
The Oregon Examiner
If you aren't receiving The Oregon Examiner by mail or email, you're missing out on important news about changes to laws and rules, upcoming events and various topics in the fields of engineering, land surveying, photogrammetry and water right examination.  To start receiving The Oregon Examiner, please submit your physical mailing or email address to osbeels@osbeels.org
CBT Information
As you may already know, the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) has transitioned to a computer-based testing (CBT) model for the administration of the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) and Fundamentals of Surveying (FLS) examinations.  There have been a number of changes associated with this transition.  Please review the following for more information: