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Government Affairs Committee

CAM’s Government Affairs Committee (GAC) was established in 2011 to identify public policy issues that impact Michigan’s construction industry; in particular those issues most important to CAM’s membership.

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One of the GAC’s primary objectives is to improve the business climate for CAM’s membership by working closely with public policy makers to influence policy decisions that improve Michigan’s construction industry.  In fact, more than any other time in its history, CAM has the opportunity to influence pro-business legislation to improve the state’s business environment and shape legislation to address our membership’s most critical business issues.  Since forming its committee in September 2011, the GAC has achieved a number of accomplishments and is tracking 27 key public policy issues for 2012 that will impact CAM member businesses.

However, as recently described by one of Michigan’s most prominent construction leaders and a CAM member, today’s industry lacks the willingness to be fully engaged in the political world.  As a result, our Michigan construction industry is the beneficiary of public policy that doesn’t support our business needs and objectives. So in March of 2012, the GAC established CAM’s Political Action Committee (PAC) led by former CAM 2002 Chairman of the Board, Bruce M. Pregler.  

CAM’s PAC needs your support in the form of donations to ensure that our voice is heard loud and clear.  Active participation in CAM’s PAC is vital to our industry’s long-term health, and is a critical component in shaping our future by influencing public policy that creates and improves a pro-business, pro-construction environment.  CAM members will have direct access to legislative and policy makers so that we may shape public policy to ensure our interests are recognized and considered.

We can no longer remain on the sidelines unwilling to participate in the struggle to improve the industry each of us love so dearly. Let’s take this opportunity to be the voice of Michigan’s construction industry to ensure that our issues help shape legislative, pro-construction policy… We are CAM!

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CAM’s Government Affairs Committee (GAC) was established in 2011 to identify public policy issues that impact Michigan’s construction industry; in particular those issues most important to CAM’s membership.

Learn More

One of the GAC’s primary objectives is to improve the business climate for CAM’s membership by working closely with public policy makers to influence policy decisions that improve Michigan’s construction industry.  In fact, more than any other time in its history, CAM has the opportunity to influence pro-business legislation to improve the state’s business environment and shape legislation to address our membership’s most critical business issues.  Since forming its committee in September 2011, the GAC has achieved a number of accomplishments and is tracking 27 key public policy issues for 2012 that will impact CAM member businesses.

However, as recently described by one of Michigan’s most prominent construction leaders and a CAM member, today’s industry lacks the willingness to be fully engaged in the political world.  As a result, our Michigan construction industry is the beneficiary of public policy that doesn’t support our business needs and objectives. So in March of 2012, the GAC established CAM’s Political Action Committee (PAC) led by former CAM 2002 Chairman of the Board, Bruce M. Pregler.  

CAM’s PAC needs your support in the form of donations to ensure that our voice is heard loud and clear.  Active participation in CAM’s PAC is vital to our industry’s long-term health, and is a critical component in shaping our future by influencing public policy that creates and improves a pro-business, pro-construction environment.  CAM members will have direct access to legislative and policy makers so that we may shape public policy to ensure our interests are recognized and considered.

We can no longer remain on the sidelines unwilling to participate in the struggle to improve the industry each of us love so dearly. Let’s take this opportunity to be the voice of Michigan’s construction industry to ensure that our issues help shape legislative, pro-construction policy… We are CAM!

The committee will research these concerns
and advise the CAM Board of Directors.

1

Seek to improve the national, state and local business climate for contractors, sub-contractors, suppliers and others involved in the construction industry and the business community at large

2

Facilitate communication between CAM members, elected officers, staff members and governmental leaders regarding pertinent issues and/or trends

3

Position CAM as an important and politically active entity within the Michigan construction industry working in conjunction with other construction related organizations

4

Seek the advice, counsel and view of fellow CAM members regarding present issues and trends

5

Advise and coordinate CAM’s Governmental Affairs firm

6

Increase awareness and appreciation of CAM, its members and its role within the construction industry to governmental leaders and agencies

The committee will research these concerns
and advise the CAM Board of Directors.

1

Seek to improve the national, state and local business climate for contractors, sub-contractors, suppliers and others involved in the construction industry and the business community at large

2

Facilitate communication between CAM members, elected officers, staff members and governmental leaders regarding pertinent issues and/or trends

3

Position CAM as an important and politically active entity within the Michigan construction industry working in conjunction with other construction related organizations

4

Seek the advice, counsel and view of fellow CAM members regarding present issues and trends

5

Advise and coordinate CAM’s Governmental Affairs firm

6

Increase awareness and appreciation of CAM, its members and its role within the construction industry to governmental leaders and agencies

For more information, or if you are interested in serving on the CAM Government Affairs Committee, please contact James (Jim) Oleksinski, M.A., J.D., LL.M, Governmental Relations Liaison or complete the application below.

For more information, or if you are interested in serving on the CAM Government Affairs Committee, please contact James (Jim) Oleksinski, M.A., J.D., LL.M, Governmental Relations Liaison or complete the application below.