for Building Regulatory Reform

in the Digital Age






Members & Affiliate Partners of the Alliance for Building Regulatory Reform in the Digital Age.

American Institute of Architects
Associated General Contractors of America
Association of Major City/County Building Officials
Building Owners & Managers Association International
Civil Engineering Research Foundation (CERF)
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Commonwealth of Virginia
Council of State Community Development Agencies
**Design Build Institute of America
Fannie Mae
**Federal Emergency Management Agency
Industrialized Buildings Commission
Institute for Building Technology and Safety
International Alliance for Interoperability
International Code Council
National Association of Counties
National Association of Home Builders
National Conference of States on Building Codes and Standards
National Fire Protection Association
National Governors Association
National Institute of Building Sciences
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
U. S. Conference of Mayors
U. S. Department of Agriculture
U. S. Department of Energy
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) &
        Partnership for Advancing Technology in Housing (PATH) &
        America's Affordable Communities Initiative - Bringing Homes Within
        Reach Through Regulatory Reform

U. S. General Services Administration

**Commitment pending


Alliance Affiliate Partners:

American Subcontractors Association
Carnegie Mellon University
City of Milpitas, California
City of San Jose, California
ComCARE Alliance
Council for Excellence in Government
Council of State Governments
Fairfax County, Virginia
*Harvard University's Joint Center for Housing Studies
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
National Association of State Chief Information Officers
National Association of State Facilities Administrators
**National Science Foundation
New York City
Stanford University Center for Integrated Facility Engineering
State of California
State of Maryland
State of Oregon
State of Washington
Virginia Tech Center for Housing Research

**Commitment pending


FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Carolyn Fitch at NCSBCS (703) 437-0100 ext. 238 or