ASHRAE Atlanta GAC Survey 2018-19

The Government Affairs Committee (GAC) builds relationships with government officials to educate them about ASHRAE and our local experts, technical resources, standards, and guidelines. We want to know what established relationships exist between government and our members, and which members have an interest in joining our chapter’s advocacy work. Thank you for taking the time to fill out this survey!

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* 1. Name

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* 2. Email address

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* 3. Home zip code

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* 4. Job title / areas of focus within HVAC industry

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* 5. If you serve on any ASHRAE technical committees, project committees, standards committees at the Society level, please list them here.

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* 6. Do you know government officials at any level (city, county, state, federal) in positions relevant to buildings, engineering or construction, including building officials, school system facility staff, state energy code officials, etc., with whom you would be willing to speak on ASHRAE’s behalf?

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* 7. Are there any upcoming local government issues related to ASHRAE’s arreas of expertise that you think GAC should address with government officials? ASHRAE’s public policy priorities for 2018-2019 include building performance, public safety (legionella and refrigerants), indoor environmental quality, residential codes, and workforce development / STEM education. 

https://www.ashrae.org/File%20Library/About/Government%20Affairs/Advocacy%20Toolkit/GAC-Public-Policy-Priorities-2018-19.pdf

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* 8. Are you interested in joining the chapter’s Government Affairs Committee? (Quarterly phone call or meeting to discuss current advocacy efforts and planning for this year’s Government Outreach Day / Day on the Hill event)

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