Public Policy | Working Groups


Working Groups – Working groups are issue-themed policy development groups. More informal, they do not have charters, can be created by NAMIC staff as needed, have no set number of participants, and do not require regular in-person meetings. Typically used for rapid reaction to specific legislative or regulatory initiatives and guided by NAMIC board-approved policy, working groups can formulate and recommend specific policy recommendations to the various committees or the board as needed. NAMIC currently has six working groups:

Article Posted: 12.12.18
Last Updated: 01.02.19

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Jon Bergner
Vice President of Public Policy and Federal Affairs

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