Tag Archives: IDC

Advocacy Update: 2017 Bill Progress


 

  The IIDA Oregon Chapter is pleased to update our members on the progress IDC-Oregon has made this legislative season. What an amazing year 2016 was for Interior Design in Oregon, and even better start to 2017! IDC-Oregon introduced HB 2153 this legislative session in the House Committee on Economic Development and Trade.  The bill…

Advocacy Update


 

Greetings from IDC-Oregon, For those who don’t know, the Interior Design Collaborative (IDC)-Oregon is a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization dedicated to enacting and sustaining interior design registration. We are an all-volunteer organization with a board of directors, executive board and liaisons to design organizations.  Our responsibility is to inform and collaborate with local interior design affiliations,…

Advocacy Update: 3 Senate Bills


 

Things are heating up in the Oregon 2015 Legislative Session.  Currently, three separate bills have been submitted for legislative concepting.  Their concepts are as follows: 1. A Practice Act: This bill is similar to last year’s Senate Bill 1521 defining the definition of an interior designer and scope of services.  In general, it would require interior…

Seven Things You Need to Know about Advocacy


 

Recently, we changed our name from “Government and Regulatory Affairs” to “Advocacy.” The IIDA Oregon Advocacy Committee (VP of Advocacy, Roberta Pennington, IIDA and Chair of Advocacy, Bethanne Mikkelsen, IIDA) will be your IIDA representative on the Interior Design Collaborative-Oregon’s (IDC-OR) board as well as inform you of legal and code updates within the state…