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The Government Affairs Council (GAC) plays a vital role in achieving the Georgia Chamber's policy objectives and determining the organization's stance on particular pieces of legislation. See also Synopsis #1, Government Affairs Council.
This document contains the agenda for the Governmental Affairs Committee meeting held on January 24, 2017.
This excerpt from the Rapid City Area Chamber's 2017 Program of Work contains the objectives and lists of projects with timelines for the Government Affairs and Public Policy Committees.
This document contains the agenda for the Longview Chamber's Governmental Affairs conference call held on Tuesday, February 14, 2017.
This document contains the pension policy statement of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber's Pension Reform Subcommittee. The mission of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce is to improve the economy and quality of life in the Lehigh Valley Metropolitan Statistical Area. As such, we are very concerned about the economic impact of the state pension crisis.
This document is the annual registration form for the Albany Area Chamber's Governmental Affairs Committee. Each January, every GAC member must recommit to the chamber and attendance responsibilities. The Governmental Affairs Committee is made up of about 30 members from various businesses, large and small. They meet regularly to review, discuss and take positions as needed.
In today’s competitive, increasingly unpredictable marketplace, retail needs a strong partner that can give a decisive edge in day-to-day business operations. The Parker Area Retail Council has been formed by the Parker Area Chamber of Commerce to help retailers do just that.
This document outlines the operating guidelines of the Rapid City Area Chamber’s Public Policy Committee. The committee is responsible for monitoring all related actions taken by Local, State and Federal governmental bodies that could have either a positive or negative impact on the business community in Rapid City and the surrounding Black Hills.
This document contains the 2016 first quarter report for each of the Chamber’s seven Divisions: Community Development, Economic Development, Governmental Relations, Marketing & Communications, Membership, Small Business, and Special Events. Also contains an executive summary, which highlights some of the non-division report information.
This sample contains the second quarter report of each of the Chamber’s seven Divisions: Community Development, Economic Development, Governmental Affairs, Marketing & Communications, Membership, Small Business, and Special Events. The intent of this report is to show a snapshot of what has occurred at the Chamber over the representative quarter.