Join us for the 2023 National Issues Conference from May 2 – May 4, in Washington, D.C. for lively discussions of key legislative and regulatory issues. This year we will be in a prime location, in the Nation’s Capitol, meeting at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill (400 New Jersey Ave NW). There will be Senate & House appointments scheduled for Wednesday, May 3rd and Thursday, May 4th.
Your participation in Washington, D.C. is essential to achieving positive outcomes for your industry on key issues, including:
- There are some good government construction industry policy developments happening in Washington, D.C. and we need in person MCAA participation to make sure your interests are well represented.
- Results matter in legislative policy but that happens only after careful, painstaking, and well informed participation by industry representatives as the process churns along.
- Withdrawal liability reform, Davis Bacon coverage on federal construction contracts and legal requirements for contractors doing business with the federal government are important topics that legislators need to be educated on, by people who know and work in the industry.
- Policy makers in Congress and in the regulatory agencies don’t know what to do about the workforce availability and demographic challenges unless you lend them your expertise.
Don’t miss this opportunity to participate in thoughtful discussion on the key issues impacting our industry. Register today!