To establish licensure for commercial interior design professionals, whose work impacts the health, safety, and welfare of the public in the state of Oregon.
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Announced on American Society of Interior Designers’ website on August 21st, 2014: Washington, D.C. | Gov. Deval Patrick of Massachusetts has signed into law the Interior Design Bidding Bill H. 4303, which establishes the right of designers to bid as the prime contractor on state contracts and recognizes the profession of interior design within the state… Read more »
A glimpse into IIDA’s recent blog post. 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… Read more »
IDC Members, Our hearing with the Ways & Means General Government committee is set for 8:30am tomorrow, February 27th! After a recent and successful senate committee hearing, we received some constructive feedback that has led to the revision of SB1521 (the proposed bill regulating the practice of commercial interior design in Oregon). The amendment includes… Read more »
Interior Design Collaborative- Oregon is in high hopes for the economic upturn. In the last several years multiple economic forces has taken its their toll on the interior design industry. The housing market crashed, no new construction projects were being proposed, and home owner-ship declined. With the rise of unemployment the household wealth took a… Read more »
Before attending Capitol Day with IDC-Oregon, I didn’t know what to expect. More importantly, I could never have comprehended the impact this event would have on me. Perhaps this is because I am a new Interior Design student, and just learning about the profession, nonetheless the surrounding legislation. I first heard of IDC-Oregon when my… Read more »