facebookicon  twittericon  rssfeedsmall   About | Careers | Contact 

NASS Resolutions

What is a Resolution?

A resolution is a legislative idea that a member or state would like NGAUS to work on with Congress in the next legislative cycle. As a member-based organization, NGAUS annually solicits proposed resolutions from its membership aimed at enhancing the National Guard – its equipment, capabilities and the quality of life of its soldiers and airmen and their families.

- See more at: http://www.ngaus.org/advocating-national-guard/ngaus-resolutions-legislative-issues-important-members#sthash.oopQKbR5.dpuf

What is a Resolution?

A resolution is a legislative idea that a member or state would like NGAUS to work on with Congress in the next legislative cycle. As a member-based organization, NGAUS annually solicits proposed resolutions from its membership aimed at enhancing the National Guard – its equipment, capabilities and the quality of life of its soldiers and airmen and their families.

- See more at: http://www.ngaus.org/advocating-national-guard/ngaus-resolutions-legislative-issues-important-mem

What is a Resolution?

A resolution is a legislative idea that a member or state would like NGAUS to work on with Congress in the next legislative cycle. As a member-based organization, NGAUS annually solicits proposed resolutions from its membership aimed at enhancing the National Guard – its equipment, capabilities and the quality of life of its soldiers and airmen and their families.

- See more at: http://www.ngaus.org/advocating-national-guard/ngaus-resolutions-legislative-issues-important-members#sthash.oopQKbR5.dpufWhat are Resolutions?

What are NASS Resolutions?

NASS resolutions are designed to capture association positions on policy matters or other issues of shared interest. Members are encouraged to submit proposed resolutions to the NASS President prior to any annual conference/meeting, where they are assigned according to committee for consideration.  If recommended for action, they must be approved by a full member vote during the conference business meeting.  Once adopted, standing resolutions are published on the NASS website and remain in effect until their renewal/sunset date, which can be found at the end of each resolution. 

2013 Resolutions

2012 Resolutions

2011 Resolutions

2010 Resolutions

2009 Resolutions

 Questions?  Contact the NASS Communications Office:     
202-624-3528 • This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

                                               

Login Form