Our Work by Subject Area
Contact: Ken Pokalsky
Individual construction and related firms, as well as trade associations, monitor changes affecting cost, quality and economic impact of the construction industry.
Review issues affecting the public contract procurement process.
Advocates issues that enhance New York's competitiveness.
Actively promote changes to the state's regulatory and tax structures to reflect increased competition in New York's State's energy industry.
- Environment & OSH
The committee and its eight technical subcommittees address all major environmental/regulatory programs affecting New York State business.
Leaders in the industry examine issues affecting banking, lending and security businesses.
Public affairs professionals responsible for state government relations for their companies develop strategies on a full range of policy issues.
The affordability, quality and availability of health care coverage.
- Homeland Security
Policies and long-term strategies regarding life, health, property & casualty insurance practices are shaped through a coordinated industry effort.
/ Human Resources
Labor law, employee benefits and personnel practices.
- Legal Reform
Entrepreneurs from all industries work proactively on issues affecting the small business community.
State tax laws and departmental rulings affecting business. Oversight of state fiscal and spending practices.
Commercial, public transportation and infrastructure issues; funding policies, fees, fines and operator rules.
Policies, practices and reform specifically related to eligibility, benefit levels and tax rates.
Participate in discussions on managed care, administrative reform, stabilization of costs and control of benefits.
- Workforce Development