Congratulations to the June 2019 CFedS


  • Eric Ansart
  • William Bradley
  • Paul Fridley
  • Julia Keilman
  • Richard Mulliken
  • James Nordlund
  • Peter Paulus
  • Quentin Schukar
  • Robin Suber
  • David Ulrey

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2019 APLS Conference - Private-Federal Boundary Determination

For those CFedS who attended the Arizona (APLS) 2019 Convention CFedS Workshop: Private-Federal Boundary Determination – Scottsdale, Arizona May 9, 2019, you can download the workshop handout by selecting the link below.

You will receive a total of 2 CFedS Continuing Education Credits upon successfully passing the quiz.

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Washington DC Chief Cadastral Surveyor Announced

The BLM is happy to announce that Dominica Van Koten has been selected as the new permanent Washington DC Chief Cadastral Surveyor. Dominica has spent the last 11 years as the BLM Eastern States Office, Chief Cadastral Surveyor.

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Returning CFedS Candidates Reduced Tuition Rate

The CFedS Program is now offering a reduced tuition rate to individuals that were previously in the training program, but did not successfully become certified.

Within one year of leaving the program, you may re-enroll for the reduced rate of $800. This rate does NOT include a new hard drive.

In order to re-enroll, go to the CFedS website at and login to your account. There you can update your profile and re-enroll in the CFedS program. If you re-enroll within one year of leaving the program, you will qualify for a reduced tuition rate of $800, which does NOT include a new CFedS hard drive; however it does include participation in the 20 Week Study Group (Optional) and full educational support.

When you re-enroll, you will be required to complete all of the CFedS training. This will include passing all 7 quizzes (even if you have passed them previously) and all 3 Units of the Exam (even if you have passed them previously).

For question regarding the new tuition rate, please log into your CFedS account or contact the CFedS Program Manager at

Added: Monday, October 31, 2011

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