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Many IEEE-USA members have turned to consulting as a way to practice their profession. Many of these members have come together to form local Consultants Networks. IEEE-USA is working to support these members career exploration into the field of self-employed consulting through its Alliance of IEEE Consultants' Networks Coordinating Committee (AICNCC). AICNCC helps local IEEE Consultants' Networks coordinate their activities and provides services to individual consultants in areas lacking sufficient members to start a local network. AICNCC's objectives include fostering the growth of Consultants' Networks in the United States, encouraging consultants to join existing networks or form new ones, promoting the use of independent technical and engineering consultants by industry and business, and providing educational activities for self-employed members. To date over 40 groups of IEEE members have formed local IEEE Consultants’ Networks.

Consulting News


IEEE-USA Consultants Fee Survey Report: 2013
IEEE-USA has conducted surveys of the compensation of IEEE's U.S. members since 1972. Separate surveys focusing on the compensation of consultants were implemented in 2002, and with the exception of 2003, have been conducted annually ever since. All findings in this report represent only those who were identified as self-employed consultants; defined as the 848 individuals who indicated that 50% or more of their consulting hours came from working independently, with partners, or incorporated. Download this eBook today!

AICN Newsletters
The AICN Newsletter is a new publication that provides timely news to consultants and would be consultants on how to start or improve your consulting practice. It contains stories written by IEEE members about the world of engineering consulting, highlighting trends in the engineering field and interviews with company executives about what they look for in a consultant.


2014 2nd Quarter Newsletter
2014 1st Quarter Newsletter
2013 4th Quarter Newsletter
2013 3rd Quarter Newsletter
2013 2nd Quarter Newsletter
2013 1st Quarter Newsletter

2012 Summer Newsletter
2012 Spring Newsletter
2012 Winter Newsletter
2011 Fall Newsletter
2011 Summer Newsletter
2011 Sping Newsletter
2011 Winter Newsletter
2010 Fall Newsletter
2010 Summer Newsletter
2010 Spring Newsletter
2010 Winter Newsletter

2009 Fall Newsletter
2009 Summer Newsletter
2009 Spring Newsletter

2009 Winter Newsletter

Archived Webinars: Consulting 101 & 102
Gary Blank, former chair Alliance of IEEE Consultants' Networks Coordinating Committee (AICNCC) in two webinars provided great basic information for consultants and would be consultants. In "Consulting 101" focused on those interested in becoming full-time independent consultants by providing information how he got started in consulting, things one should consider before becoming a consultant, and what you will need to become a full-time consultant. In Consulting "102" he provided more valuable information consultants can use to improve their practice. Consulting 102 addressed the most important challenge facing consultants "How To Find Clients." He presented several proven methods for finding clients for consulting services and also how clients can find consultants. >> Watch it today!

Consulting eBook - The Best of Today’s Engineer: On Consulting –Volume 2 (2011 Update)

This compilation of articles from Today’s Engineer addresses a wide variety of consulting topics, including: reasons for becoming a consultant; how to become a better networker; and how to incorporate the new social media into your practice. This E-Book provides a convenient reference, as you build and incorporate new ideas into your practice.

A follow-up to Volume 1 (also still available), both volumes are “must-have references” for engineering consultants. Volume 1 and Volume 2 provide a wealth of information – and put it all in these two concentrated sources – right at your fingertips! Price is $4.79 for members and $5.99 for nonmembers.


For more information on IEEE-USA's Consultant Services, the Alliance of IEEE Consultants' Networks Coordinating Committee, or how to start your own local IEEE Consultants' Network, contact:

Daryll Griffin
IEEE-USA
2001 L Street, NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20036-5104
(Office) 202/530-8337
(Fax) 202/785-0835
(Email) d.r.griffin@ieee.org

Updated:8 July 2014
Contact: Daryll Griffin, d.r.griffin@ieee.org

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