One of the Transportation Intermediaries Association's (TIA) core activities is to serve as the voice of TIA Members and the 3PL industry before Congress and federal regulators and agencies.
TIA's dedicated Government Affairs team works diligently to educate, inform, and guide Members of Congress and their staff on a range of issues, regulations, topics, and themes important to our members and the industry as a whole.
TIA's Government Affairs team also works closely with federal regulators, including the Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), as well as with industry groups such as the American Truckers Association (ATA) to collectively find common-sense solutions to issues facing the transportation industry.
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This TIA On The Hill newsletter provides TIA Members with a weekly update on the happenings on Capitol Hill and in the Biden-Harris Administration. The newsletter will explain how TIA is advocating for you on various legislative and regulatory issues.
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NEWS & UPDATES:
TIA has received feedback from multiple Members recently about the State of New York cracking down on workers’ compensation rights for owner-operators, which is part of a larger effort by […]
Scott Marks | Government Affairs Manager | TIA The 2nd session of the 116th Congress has been a whirlwind, packed with a marathon markup of a $2 trillion infrastructure package, COVID-19 response […]
Scott Marks | Government Affairs Manager | TIA February 12, 2014: President Barack Obama signs and issues Executive Order 13658. This order raises the wages of those individuals who are used to […]
Scott Marks | Government Affairs Manager | TIA Starting August 13, 2020, members will no longer be able to both enter into contracts for service with the government and have in their […]
On Monday, August 10th, a Superior Court Judge in California ruled that drivers of Uber and Lyft must be classified as employees, essentially giving the companies ten days to make […]
In just a few weeks, TIA’s Government Affairs team will be hosting our first virtual fly-in on September 30 – October 1. We urge all of our members to get […]
The Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) is comprised of several Conferences and Committees which help guide external positions while shaping internal policies. One area in which TIA sees as a major […]
Scott Marks | Government Affairs Manager | TIA At Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA), we are governed by a board of directors and guided by a number of educational Conferences and Committees which […]
In order to combat the national security and intellectual property threats that face the United States, Section 889(a)(1)(a) of the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal […]
Last week, the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee held a marathon markup on the “Investing in a New Vision for the Environment and Surface Transportation (INVEST) in America Act,” this […]
TIA Government Affairs Works with Members of Congress to Discuss Biggest Issues Facing Our Members Scott Marks | Government Affairs Manager | TIA In March 2020, the supply-chain world as we knew […]