AIA National Staff on Furlough, Online Support Available

June 1, 2009

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The national component staff will be on furlough and our offices closed June 1 through 8:30 a.m. EDT on Monday, June 8. AIArchitect will not be published next Friday. If you have questions or need assistance during that time, we created an online self-service resource page that provides directed links to specific information and how-to guidance. Please visit the self-service resource page, where you’ll find links to specific information regarding the products and services important to your membership. Additionally, AIA members and state and local component colleagues graciously stepped forward to serve as points of contact during the furlough. They will be available to answer calls and emails during business hours, if you are unable to get your question answered using the online resources. We’re confident this rich array of content and self-directed assistance will help you find the support you need, when you want it. We look forward to hearing from you when we return on June 8th.

However, the AIA Web site will be available (with no staff to provide service) during the furlough period. Should you have any questions during the furlough, we encourage you to consult the online Self-service Resource Center that provides directed links to specific information that can help answer a wide range of questions regarding the products and services important to your membership. Or, contact your local AIA component.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as the Institute responds to the realities of the economic recession.

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