FEMC Annual Report 2022The Florida Engineers Management Corporation produces an annual report as required by Section 471.038, Florida Statutes.

The report is submitted to the Secretary of the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, the Florida Board of Professional Engineers, and the Florida Legislature by Oct. 1 each year. It reports on the status of the corporation, including information concerning FEMC programs and funding, as well as information regarding licenses and complaints handled by FEMC.

Below are highlights from the Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2021-22 (July 1, 2021-June 30, 2022):

33 – Number of meetings administered for the FBPE Board and committees
43,330 – Average number of licensees and others receiving FBPE’s Connection newsletter each quarter
227,525 – Approximate number of users of the FBPE website during FY21-22 (a non-licensure renewal year), compared to 256,898 in FY20-21 (a high-traffic renewal year) and 176,766 in FY19-20 (the previous non-renewal period)
1,250 – Approximate number of engineering students, interns, and professionals reached by 6 in-person and 3 virtual university presentations, and 1 in-person presentation to conferences, providing information on engineering exams and professional licensure


410 – Professional Engineer licenses renewed (a non-renewal period)
3,798 – Applications received for PE licensure
3,528 – Applications for PE licensure approved
247 – Applications for PE licensure denied
15 – Certifications issued for Special Inspectors of threshold-type buildings
48 – Days on average to issue a license
924 – Examinees passed the NCEES Principles & Practice of Engineering exam (paper/pencil or CBT) in FY21-22; 794 failed the exam; and 80 did not show to take the exam
1,352 – Examinees passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering exam (CBT) in FY21-22; and 1,323 failed the exam


213 – Complaints regarding engineering practice processed, of which 137 were found to be legally sufficient
$106,308.55 – Fines and Costs imposed
92 – Administrative Complaints filed in cases where the Probable Cause Panel found reason to believe a violation of the Florida Engineering Practice Act had occurred
80 – Final Orders issued against Professional Engineers
1 – Case tried before an administrative judge at the Division of Administrative Hearings
25 – Cases dismissed with a finding of no probable cause
15 – Cases dismissed with a letter of guidance
3 – Licenses revoked
2 – Voluntary Licensure Relinquishments
5 – Licenses suspended
3 – Licenses restricted
6 – Reprimands issued
9 – Probations issued
9 – Project reviews
65 – Engineers ordered to successfully complete course in Engineering Professionalism and Ethics
66 – Engineers ordered to successfully complete the Board’s Study Guide on Laws and Rules

In addition to FEMC Annual Reports, copies of FEMC’s Quarterly Reports are also available online.