NECA currently has nine standing committees. District vice presidents are designated by the national president to chair NECA’s standing committees.
The Executive Committee is made up of 12 member officers elected by the Board of Governors.
Government Affairs Committee
The Government Affairs Committee is concerned with federal legislative actions and regulatory policies affecting the opportunity and ability of electrical contractors to operate efficiently, profitably and in the best interest of their customers.
The marketing committee was sunsetted in 2012. View archive
Management Development Committee
The Management Development Committee oversees NECA’s Management Education Institute, which provides a professional development curriculum and training.
Codes & Standards Committee
National Electrical Code The NECA Codes and Standards Committee is involved with development, administration, and enforcement of installation codes, safety standards, product standards, and other related industry regulations.
Council on Industrial Relations
The CIR is a joint committee made up of NECA contractors and IBEW representatives to arbitrate disputes between management and labor in the electrical construction industry.
Workforce Development Committee
The Workforce Development Committee is concerned with maintaining and expanding skill as the cornerstone of this specialty contracting industry.
National Employees Benefit Board
A pioneering step in an industry of intermittent and transitory employment patterns, the Employees Benefit Agreement set a national uniform pattern for the industry.
Energy Solutions Task Force
The NECA Energy Solutions Task Force was sunsetted in 2013. View archive
Business Development Task Force
NECA developed the Business Development Task Force in 2011 as a response to the evolving electrical construction industry.
Safety Task Force
The NECA Safety Task Force was developed in 2013, with the purpose of developing the NECA Safety Professionals Annual Conference, and creation of new products and features for the Safety and Health field.
Standing committees have been set up in accordance with the association’s Bylaws to guide and promote NECA’s participation in government affairs, marketing, management development, codes and standards, and manpower development. Standing committees also include the Council on Industrial Relations (an arbitration body which is operated jointly with the IBEW) and the National Employees Benefit Board. Special non-permanent committees and task forces may also be convened by NECA’s president.