Washington, DC -- The National Association of Government Contractors today launched new leadership councils to expand the advocacy reach of the organization. The councils are seeking leaders in eight areas at launch and plan to expand into more specializations in the future. The current leadership councils focus on small business, women-owned business, minority-owned business, veteran-owned business, exporters and importers, manufacturing, construction, and technology.
Applications are now being accepted for members interested in serving on a leadership council. NAGC members participating are asked to use the experience and expertise to participate in one or more of the following activities as a council member.
- Establish relationships with your elected federal delegation
- Establish relationships with federal agency officials in areas of interest
- Submit testimony to NAGC for use in congressional and agency hearings
- Participate in fly-in meetings and visits with elected and agency officials to advocate for priority issues
- Participate in leadership council virtual and in-person meetings
- Collaborate with other businesses to form advocacy networks in issue areas
- Attend annual conferences and share your experiences as an advocate for the issue areas in which you have become a specialist
Those interested are encouraged to visit https://nagc.us/leadership.php to learn more about each council prior to completing the online application.