Every day, Congress and the White House make decisions that impact cultural resources management and the companies that engage in it. Whether it’s historic preservation policy, federal permitting, or business taxes that impact firms’ bottom lines, ACRA and its members advocate for policies that allow the CRM industry to thrive.

Every policy position ACRA takes springs from its members. Representing you and your firm in Washington, DC is one of ACRA’s most important roles. As ACRA continues building its advocacy influence in Washington, it is crucial that it has a good grasp about where its members stand on federal issues – and which issues are the most important.

That’s why ACRA is pleased to launch its first Call for Issues survey. This survey will help ACRA know what issues matter the most to you and your work.

This is your chance to help shape ACRA’s federal policy agenda. Please take a moment to fill out the survey before December 17.

Weigh In on ACRA Policy Priorities NOW