• About Us

    The NCCMP is dedicated exclusively to the advocacy and protection of multiemployer plans, their sponsors, participants and beneficiaries. Together, we have achieved an unparalleled track record of results, and the NCCMP is widely respected and recognized as the voice of the multiemployer community.

    Since 1974, the NCCMP’s mission has remained constant: to assure an environment in which multiemployer benefit plans can continue in their vital role of providing retirement security and health and welfare benefits to working Americans and their families through negotiated benefits with a minimum of regulatory or other interference.

    The NCCMP is a non-profit, non-partisan organization with members, plans, and contributing employers in every major segment of the economy, including airlines, agriculture, building and construction, bakery and confectionary, entertainment, healthcare, hospitality, longshore, manufacturing, mining, retail, and wholesale food, service, sports, steel, and trucking industries.

    The NCCMP proactively engages with Congress, the Administration, the various regulatory agencies, and the Courts to advocate for the interests of multiemployer plans, sponsors, and participants. The NCCMP recognizes the varied and diverse features of the multifaceted benefit plans that make up the multiemployer system, and when innovative approaches to developing challenges are required, the NCCMP actively engages the community to respond. The NCCMP also monitors, on a non-partisan basis, legislative, regulatory and legal developments from conception to implementation to enforcement. In every instance, the NCCMP strives to ensure that the interests of all members are reflected at every step of the way.

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    Join the NCCMP, and help us to continue to pave the way to a secure and stable future for millions of working families.

    John L. Lewis Award

    • 2018

      Joseph A. LoCicero. In recognition of his outstanding leadership and dedication as a champion for the protection and advancement of multiemployer pension, health, and welfare plans.

    • 2017 (Joint)

      John L. Kline. In recognition of his leadership and support in the U.S. House of Representatives of the goals and objectives of the multiemployer community, including passage of the Multiemployer Pension Reform Act of 2014.

    • 2017 (Joint)

      George Miller. In recognition of his leadership and support in the U.S. House of Representatives of the goals and objectives of the multiemployer community, including passage of the Multiemployer Pension Reform Act of 2014.

    • 2016

      Edward C. Sullivan. In recognition of his lifetime of work and leadership in ensuring the health and retirement income security of America’s workers and their families.

    • 2015

      Marc LeBlanc. In recognition of his lifetime of dedication to the preservation and security of health and retirement benefits for America’s workers and their families

    • 2014

      David S. Blitzstein. In recognition of his outstanding dedication, creativity, and leadership in ensuring the health and retirement income security of America’s workers and their families

    • 2013

      Patrick D. Finley. In recognition of his tireless efforts to preserve and strengthen pension and health care benefits for American workers and their families.

    • 2012

      Judith F. Mazo. In recognition of a lifetime of dedicated service to the protection and advancement of multiemployer benefit plans

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