The NCCMP regularly testifies at congressional hearings, prepares written comments on legislative proposals, advises committee staffers, supports positive legislation, and proposes or seeks change to legislation that could adversely affect our member plans. The NCCMP is also involved with administrative agencies such as the Department of Labor, the Internal Revenue Service and the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation as they develop and implement regulations. Through meetings, testimony and written submissions, the NCCMP provides agency officials with your unique perspective.
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- Sumbissions to the Department of Labor
- Sumbissions to the Department of Health and Human Services
- Sumbissions to the Financial Accounting Standards Board
- Sumbissions to the House Education and the Workforce Committee
- Sumbissions to the House Ways and Means Committee
- Sumbissions to the Internal Revenue Service
- Sumbissions to the Pension Benefits Guarantee Corporation
- Sumbissions to the Securities and Exchange Commission
- Sumbissions to the Senate Committee on Finance
- Sumbissions to the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions
- NCCMP's Comment on Moody's Proposed Analytical Approach to Sponsors of Multiemployer Pension Plans
- NCCMP's Health Reform Comments to Senate Majority Leader, Senate Finance Committee Chair and HELP Committee Chair
Good Reason #7 to Join the NCCMP
Fair is fair. Unfortunately, while the NCCMP speaks for all multiemployer plans, only a minority are duespaying members. If we all benefit from our association, we must all do our part to support it. Without your help, we will be unable to sustain the efforts necessary to represent our plans when such efforts are needed most.