Who speaks for small- and medium-sized manufacturers among policymakers? Only NTMA.
From state legislatures to Federal agencies, from local authorities to the White House, the actions of those in government can do a great deal to help—or hinder—one of America’s traditional economic strengths. So we at NTMA fight for fair trade and sensible regulation, and against unfair competition and harmful legislation.
In an environment where many incentives act to send key pieces of our economy overseas, where foreign competitors can trade unfairly through dumping and currency manipulation and where ill-considered taxes and regulations can stifle American manufacturers—or cause them to fail entirely—NTMA is sorely needed.
In an effort to strengthen the industry’s presence in Washington, D.C., NTMA joined forces with the Precision Metalforming Association (PMA) to create “One Voice” for the metalworking industry. Under One Voice, our Washington, D.C.-based lobbying and strategic communications firms work every day to ensure that the industry’s voice is heard on Capitol Hill and in the media.
One Voice has a combined total of roughly 3,000 member manufacturing companies and is designed to promote U.S. government policies that will ensure a strong manufacturing sector in the United States. The majority of member companies are family-owned small businesses, two-thirds of which are structured as a Sub-Chapter S Corporation or similar pass-through entity, paying taxes at individual rates.
Visit the One Voice website at http://www.metalworkingadvocate.org for the latest news from Washington.
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American manufacturers are grappling with the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. This site is designed to answer common questions with trustworthy resources collected by One Voice. Visit www.OneVoiceInfo.org for the latest information.
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NTMA’s Government Affairs Administrative Fund (GAAF) allows the association to undertake initiatives aimed at educating elected officials on tooling and machining and the industry’s priority issues. It also permits us to support a variety of activities to inform and mobilize our members, as well as to protect and promote the industry with key lawmakers. Corporate OR personal funds can be donated to GAAF.
The Committee For A Strong Economy (CFASE) is a Political Action Committee (PAC) established and maintained by the National Tooling and Machining Association (NTMA) for the purpose of providing its authorized members with a collective voice during U.S. federal elections.