26th Annual SAME Boston Post “Open” Golf Tournament at Sandy Burr Country Club

     Tuesday June 18th, 2019


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The purpose of the Boston Post is dedicated support to our nation and the advancement of the science of military engineering. The Post strives to maintain and build on the proud and successful traditions and heritage that our nation's military engineering community has established by conducting various programs and activities that contribute to this purpose.
The objective of the Boston Post is to help the engineering and environmental professions, the construction industry, and the many federal and state agencies achieve their respective goals. The Post accomplishes this help by promoting the natural linkage between the civilian and military engineering, environmental, and construction industries for their mutual benefit. The Post additionally accomplishes this aim through supporting education in engineering and the environmental sciences through its scholarship program, its tutoring and mentoring programs, and by continuing education of its professional membership.

The Post encourages its membership to be active in their communities through application of their professional skills, talents and experience.

The Post prepares for the challenges of the future through development of emergency response capability for both natural disasters and military mobilization.

Boston Post Documents for Download
  • Boston Post by-laws
  • Boston Post Constitution
  • Post Operations Manual
  • SAME Student Chapter Guidance Document
Webinar: FY19 Federal Budget and Highlights for Architecture, Engineering & Construction
Start Date/Time:
Thursday, October 18, 2018 2:00 PM
End Date/Time:
Thursday, October 18, 2018 3:30 PM
Recurring Event:
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FY19 Federal Budget & Highlights for AEC Webinar

Hosted by the SAME Small Business Council & Deltek
Thursday, October 18, 2018 | 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. eastern

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The Trump administration continues to dynamically impact the federal contracting landscape.  Join us for a webinar that will explore how project initiatives from the administration are impacting the architecture, engineering, and construction markets. We will look at upcoming budgets, projects, and forecasts for civilian and military spending initiatives in the AEC industry.

In this session, we will:

  • Share some of the major policy and legislative initiatives President Trump is pursuing
  • Analyze the impact of those initiatives.
  • Explore areas of opportunity and risk in the AEC market
  • Provide an overview of budgetary priorities and forecasts for federal agencies (DOD, GSA, VA, and DOE)

Owned by Ann McLeod On Saturday, September 8, 2018