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Do you regularly communicate with your elected officials or federal regulatory officials? If not, you should. These individuals in Washington, D.C., make decisions every day that impact your construction company, your career and your future. Yet, over 90 percent of elected officials in Congress and the vast majority of federal regulators have no background or understanding in the construction business that is your livelihood.
During this webinar, we will discuss not only why it is important for you to be a construction industry advocate, but also how to be an effective one—with varying levels of involvement based on your schedule and desires. Through AGC of America, some contractors simply send pre-written emails to their federally elected officials, others have submitted their comments to regulatory agencies and some testify before Congress. We will discuss these tactics in the context of AGC’s advocacy efforts against government mandated project labor agreements and the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s attempted ban on post-incident drug testing on construction sites.
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Jimmy Christianson oversees AGC’s federal regulatory advocacy. In this role, he works with a variety of federal regulatory entities, including but not limited to the Department of Labor, Environmental Protection Agency, the Small Business Administration and Federal Acquisition Regulation Council, among others. Before joining AGC, Jimmy worked for K&L Gates—an international law firm—and American Road and Transportation Builders Association. He received his BA with magna cum laude honors from the University of Pennsylvania and JD with cum laude honors from the University of Maine School of Law. He is licensed to practice law in Virginia, Massachusetts and the District of Columbia.
This webinar is being hosted by the Construction Leadership Council’s National Steering Committee. This is the first in a three-part webinar series being presented by the CLC. The CLC wants to inform fellow members of all that AGC has to offer its membership. We encourage you to participate in this session and share the recording at the Chapter via CLC Lunch and Learns and other professional development opportunities. For more information about the National CLC visit www.agc.org/clc.
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