Founded 1956, as American Association of Cost Engineers (AACE). Present name adopted 1992. Also referred to as AACE International -- Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering. Constitution and bylaws adopted 2 Jun 1956; amended 7 Mar 1998; 5 Apr 2002; 19 Apr 2008.
Advocate use of the principles of Total Cost Management (TCM), an integrated package for managing the cost, planning, and control activities that take a product or project from the concept stage through development into implementation.
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Annual Meeting. Board of Directors, comprising Officers, 8 Directors-Regions and Executive Director. Officers: President; President-Elect; Vice President-Regions; Vice President-Finance; Vice President-Administration; Vice President-TEC (Technical, Education, Certification); immediate Past President. Education Board. Certification Board. Technical Board, comprising 3 divisions: Product Division (including 7 Project Teams); Technical Committee Division, (including 11 Technical Committees); Special Interest Groups (SIG) Division (including 14 SIGs). Standing Committees (3): Awards; Constitution and Bylaws; Nominating. Other Committees (3): Inter-Organizational Liaison; Marketing Advisory; Government Liaison. African Chapter: G-XG3786 - Southern African Project Controls Institute (SAPCI).
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