Special Legislative Update: Meeting at the White House
Updated On: Nov 21, 2017
November 21, 2017
The White House recently requested a meeting with the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association (AMFA) to discuss foreign outsourcing. Yesterday, AMFA’s legislative affairs team -- Justin Madden, Legislative Affairs Director and Commonwealth Strategic Partners -- and I met with a representative of the White House Domestic Policy Council in Washington, D.C. to continue our efforts toward safeguarding the flying public and keeping high paying aircraft maintenance jobs in the United States. We are pleased with the results of the meeting, and look forward to working with those who understand the importance of this issue.
AMFA has a critical mission to “increase the recognition of Aircraft Technicians.” One of the primary ways we achieve this aim is to be active in legislative affairs. AMFA’s leadership has committed resources to ensure that you have an advocate at the highest levels of government, and our commitment has achieved tangible results.
AMFA will continue to proactively pursue being our Members’ voice, as well as the voice of the craft. Please read the monthly legislative reports for further updates on this issue, as well as other legislative issues we are steadfastly working on.
Safety in the Air Begins with Quality Maintenance on the Ground
Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association
7853 E. Arapahoe Court, Suite 1100
Centennial, CO 80112
Phone: 303-752-AMFA (2632)