The Wyoming and Nevada licensing boards have signed a first-of-its-kind pact in which a Professional Engineer (PE) in one state can be accepted as a PE in the other.
The boards signed the agreement in August at the annual meeting of the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying. Under the agreement, an NCEES Model Law Engineer who applies for licensure in either state can choose to be licensed in the other state. State-specific exams and respective fees will still be required, but an applicant must complete only one application to become licensed in either state. Wyoming and Nevada are the first two states to sign this kind of memorandum. Read more about this and other recent Legislative and Regulatory Matters here.