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Help shape NASFA by joining a committee or two.

Strengthen your networking contacts; grow professionally and personally while contributing to the facilities industry. Get involved by joining one of the committees listed below and increase your ownership and understanding of NASFA. Generally, each committee holds a conference call once a month for no longer than one hour. It takes a small amount of your time to contribute to your association and stay connected.  Feel free to share this opportunity and form with those individuals in your office who might be interested in a particular committee or subject matter.

FY21 Online Sign-up Form


This committee will act as the hub for educational programming for the Association. It will be responsible for developing and implementing the various aspects of the national conference & resource expo in coordination with the NASFA staff, as well as assisting the regional vice presidents with the educational programming for their annual regional meeting. The Education and Conference Committee will hold regularly scheduled calls to establish cost effective and beneficial educational programs for our members. The national conference & resource expo responsibilities include the substantive program, trade show and social program with the purpose of improving state facilities administration and fostering the exchange of ideas and information. In addition the committee is responsible for: establishing the conference theme, format and session topics; securing professional, knowledgeable speakers and panelists for program sessions; identifying key industry product & service areas and recruiting exhibitors from these areas; recruiting corporate sponsors for the social program; and the coordination of transportation and off-site arrangements.


This committee is responsible for establishing and maintaining regular liaison communications between other facilities related industry organizations. As a result of such relationships, the committee will assist NASFA to develop positions, policies, guidelines and other statements deemed appropriate. The committee and other associations will work jointly to enhance the facilities profession, as well as assisting with outreach, marketing and education efforts. NASFA has regular liaison communications with these organizations: Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), American Institute of Architects (AIA), and U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). The liaisons groups hold conference calls biannually or as needed.


This committee is responsible for providing regular webinars and educational presentations to the membership. The committee will solicit topics from the membership, secure presenters, facilitate the live webinars, and other related activities associated with offering the presentations.



This committee is responsible for maintaining a diverse membership by increasing State, Corporate Affiliate, Small Businesses, and Other Governmental Units. As a result, allowing its members to strengthen their networking contacts, grow professionally and personally, and enhancing the contributions made by its members to the facilities industry. It is also responsible for broadening the participation of members in association activities thereby expanding the skills, knowledge and experience present in the association.



This ad-hoc specialty group meets to help States manage their portfolio of government-owned and leased properties more effectively. The Committee considers a range of issues including property acquisition/disposition, leasing administration, build-to-suit facilities, public private partnerships, statutory authority and enabling legislation, policies and procedures, market data, and financial analysis. The Committee provides a learning forum and a sharing of best practices to help States address these and other challenges in managing their real estate portfolio. 


This committee continues to gather and update baseline data to quantify the scale and scope of the assets and property for which our members are responsible. This information serves to demonstrate the broad and deep areas of involvement that we have in the building design, construction, operations, and maintenance areas, along with our property management and capital budgeting capacities. Also in development is an on-line reference guide with links to facilities-related documents, guidelines and regulations on topics of interest to NASFA members. The on-line reference guide includes information from each of the States and Corporate members that is relevant to the design, construction, energy efficiency and on-going operations of state facilities in the respective states.

FY21 Online Sign-up Form

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