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How to prepare for cybersecurity risk
As our world continues to open up the importance of cybersecurity remains high, especially for contractors. With additional requirements now in place for those working with the Department of Defense, it’s even more important for organizations to review their current cybersecurity frameworks and identify what areas may need additional support.

Join cybersecurity expert Troy Hawes of Moss Adams
to learn more about the cybersecurity factors impacting contracting companies, including

  • DoD government contractors' cybersecurity requirements
  • Cyberliability and risk management
  • Cyberthreats in the WFH environment and infrastructure in place to prevent breaches
Hawes has been providing IT consulting services since 2001. Troy serves clients in a variety of industries including communications and media, utilities and critical infrastructure, health care, and higher education. He is adept at working with the specialty IT compliance and security needs of SEC registrants, private businesses, government, and tribal entities. Join us via Zoom. Register today...

Labor-negotiation update
AGC of Washington is currently involved in negotiating new contracts with the labor unions below. This is the latest information as of 8:00 a.m. today.
Cement Masons: Tentative agreement for a three-year period; currently out for ratification.
Laborers: Tentative agreement for a three-year period: currently out for ratification.
Carpenters: Extension agreement until June 30, 2021.
Operating Engineers Locals 302 & 612: Extension agreement until June 15, 2021.
Teamsters: Still in negotiations with no extension date.
Get the latest information as it becomes available on our Labor Relations web page.
DES preview of state's record-breaking $6.3B capital budget
The State Legislature just passed a record-breaking $6.3 billion capital budget and the Department of Enterprise Services (DES) will provide AGC members with a project preview on June 25 at 10:00 am via Zoom. Janet Jansen from the DES will have a short presentation providing project lists and timelines, discuss delivery methods, and then open it up for Q&A.
Register here today!
Culture of CARE Awareness Week
Save the date: July 26-30

Start now getting ready for AGC of Washington’s
Culture of CARE Awareness Week
Visit our Awareness Week landing page for all the resources and materials you need to be prepared!

Summer golf events get into full swing
Get the latest info and registration for all these events on the AGCW Events page.
Our 2021 golf events get underway this week, starting this Thursday with the Construction Leadership Council's driving-range social at Interbay Golf Center, just north of the UW in Seattle, starting at 4:00 p.m.
The AGC Safety Team golf tourney is next up -- but sold out, folks! -- on June 25 at High Cedars golf course in Orting.
The Central District golf tournament is next up on July 9, brought to you by Propel Insurance, at Apple Tree Resort in Yakima.
On July 30, it's the Ashbaugh Beal/AGC Southern District “Fast Eddie" Zawislak Memorial Golf & Field Day, coming once again to Gold Mountain golf course in Bremerton.
The Northern District's 2021 AGC/AIA Scholarship Golf Tournament will be held on Aug. 27 at Avalon Golf Links in Burlington.
Finally, our 2021 golf events culminate with the Oles Morrison/AGCW Seattle District Golf Tournament at Bear Creek Country Club in Woodinville on August 30.
Again, get the latest info and registration for all these events on the AGCW Events page.
Employees, too, save big with
AGC membership

One of the most overlooked benefits for AGC-member firms is the many great discounts -- for Verizon, Staples, Sherwin-Williams, Office Depot and more. But employees, too, can take advantage of exclusive savings, including Verizon, Skechers, 1-800-FLOWERS, TrueCar, Omaha Steaks and more.
Get the whole scoop here, and start saving today.

Masks keep
us open;
no masks
shut us down.

to learn how
you can help.
The AGC Education Foundation continues to offer virtual continuing-education classes in a live, interactive, remote environment. We are working closely with instructors to maintain high-quality training programs and are finding great success in the virtual environment.

Online classes start June 28.
Visit our website for a complete list.

Remote CESCL: Stormwater BMPs
for Construction Recertification

June 21 (8:00 am – 5:00 pm)
Remote Class

Remote CESCL: Stormwater BMPs for Construction
June 28 – 29 (8:00 am – 5:00 pm)
Remote Class

24-Hour Fall-Protection Competent Person
June 29 – July 1 (7:30 am – 4:30 pm)

Visit the AGC Education Foundation website
for the latest information on all upcoming classes.

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Associated General Contractors of Washington

Questions? Comments?
Please email Sean Lewis, marketing director.

1200 Westlake Avenue N., Suite 301, Seattle Washington 98109
Copyright 2021, AGC of Washington. All rights reserved.

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