Any person engaged in the practice of engineering, architecture, or land surveying
as those terms are defined in § 54.1-400 as a regular, full-time, salaried employee of the Commonwealth or any political subdivision
of the Commonwealth on March 8, 1992, who remains employed by any state agency or
political subdivision shall be exempt until June 30, 2010, from the licensure requirements
of § 54.1-406 provided the employee does not furnish advisory service for compensation to the public
or as an independent contracting party in this Commonwealth or any political subdivision
thereof in connection with engineering, architectural, or land surveying matters. The chief administrative officer of any agency of the Commonwealth or political
subdivision thereof employing persons engaged in the practice of engineering, architecture,
or land surveying as regular, full-time, salaried employees shall have the authority
and responsibility to determine the engineering, architecture, and land surveying
positions which have responsible charge of engineering, architectural, or land surveying
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