Issue Areas

Ensuring the federal government adopts commonsense policies for how it solicits, acquires and manages services and technology from contractors.
Monitoring federal appropriations and budgets and working with policymakers to pursue funding stability.
Working with legislators to ensure enacted legislation promotes the best interests of government, contractors and taxpayers.
Ensuring contractors implement effective ethics and compliance programs and that they effectively balance costs with ensuring compliance.
Navigating federal health agencies for members and advocating for policies that enhance federal access to leading industry solutions.
Keeping member companies abreast of policy changes and areas of emphasis in audits, accounting and investigations affecting federal contractors.
Working to implement policies that facilitate federal agencies’ access to the full range of contractors’ capabilities and support a well-balanced industrial base.
Advocating for the use of commercial solutions and capabilities-as-a-service to address digital solutions, IT modernization, improved cybersecurity, big data and mobility.
Recognizing companies’ contributions to U.S. objectives abroad and to preserving opportunities for members working in the development arena.
Keeping members updated on labor policies and initiatives by OMB, the Labor Department and others, and offering compliance training.
Promoting policies that foster small and mid-tier businesses’ ability to thrive in the federal marketplace while preserving opportunities for companies of all sizes.
Advocating for tax policies that treat contractors fairly—while also holding them accountable—and maintaining government’s access to a diverse and vibrant industrial base.
Ensuring a government and contracting workforce that is well trained, well-funded and supported by its leadership.