PIA National member-benefit update: ACORD end use licenses for 2021

January 6, 2021

All qualifying PIA National member agencies will once again be provided with a complimentary license to use ACORD forms in 2021, as long as they access these forms through a vendor such as AMS or AVYST eForms Wizard. To take advantage of this member benefit, log on to the ACORD website to accept the 2021 end user license agreement.

PIA National will verify agencies’ PIA membership with ACORD again in 2021. If you requested that PIA National verify your PIA membership in 2020, and have maintained an active PIA membership, then the association will confirm your current PIA membership directly with ACORD for your 2021 license—you do not need to contact PIA unless ACORD specifically requests that you do so. If PIA National has not previously confirmed your PIA membership with ACORD, and you would like it to do so, or if you have questions about this PIA member benefit, please email membership@pianet.org.

ACORD links:

For more information and updates on this PIA member benefit, visit https://pianet.com/benefits/memberdiscounts/acord.

About the author…

Kelly K. Norris, CAE

Kelly K. Norris, CAE, is the executive director PIA Northeast, and its affiliated organizations. An experienced association executive with nearly 30 years’ experience working with associations and 20+ in executive management, Kelly was the executive director of the New York State Society of Professional Engineers Inc., and the New York State Consumer Finance Association, prior to joining PIA. Since 1991, she has been a member of the American Society of Association Executives and the Empire State Society of Association Executives. Kelly is a graduate of LeMoyne College where she studied business administration with a concentration in political science; and received the Certified Association Executive designation from ASAE in 2005.

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