AMD Seeking Members for Codes and viagra tablet sildenafil citrate Policy Advocacy Group (CPAG)
The Association of Millwork Distributors (AMD) is currently seeking members to participate in the AMD
Codes and Policy Advocacy Group (CPAG). Formed in 2008 as a means to provide AMD members with an opportunity to actively get involved with AMD’s advocacy efforts at the state level, the CPAG has a new goal which is strategically aligned with that of the AMD Industry Standards and buy cialis online Certification Committee (ISCC).
The impetus for the CPAG goal at this time is to support and buy viagra internet aide AMD in reaching out to specific state building code offices around the country informing them that AMD’s structural performance standard for side-hinged exterior doors, the ANSI/AMD 100-2013, is a new referenced standard in the 2015 International Residential Code (IRC). The CPAG will play an instrumental outreach role in this regard.
An AMD LinkedIn subgroup for CPAG has been created as a means for group members and cialis 30 mg AMD staff to stay appraised of issues that come up. Interested members with ties to and viagra 50 mg familiarity with various state building code entities should contact Jessica Ferris, Director of Codes and Standards - firstname.lastname@example.org or Mail@AMDweb.com.
Scope for the Codes and Policy Advocacy Group (CPAG)
To develop and viagra canadian foster needed relationships with state regulatory representatives who affect present and cialis 20mg future requirements that impact millwork and propecia online generic building industry growth.
The group will actively function at the state level with various codes and policy agencies and respective regulatory bodies in support of issues that AMD is advocating for or against on behalf of its membership.
Responsible/Oversight AMD Committee:
The group will report to the Industry Standards & Certification Committee (ISCC) and fall under the direction of the AMD Director of Codes and Standards.
Visit the AMD website for more information about codes and standards or the AMD 100 http://www.amdweb.com/codes-a-standards/amd-100