InfoComm Launches Government Relations Program

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InfoComm is pleased to unveil a new government relations program aimed at providing members with accurate information about pending state legislation impacting licensure.

To get the program started we have compiled a current state-by-state list of licensing requirements for those performing low voltage/limited energy work, electrical contractors, electricians, alarm installers, and professional engineers. In the near future we will be providing state-by-state information on pending legislative action on licensure initiatives. All of this information will be available and continually updated on the members-only section of www.infocomm.org. These documents are for information purposes only and are not intended to issue legal advice.

At this point, InfoComm plans on acting as an information source for members, rather than taking on an advocacy role. We have retained Richard E. Reed, RCDD/OSP Specialist, as a consultant for this new initiative. If you have any questions about the new program, please contact Betsy Jaffe, Director of Public Relations, at 703-279-6385 or at legislation@info.comm.org.

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