The Surety & Fidelity Association of America is active in federal and state advocacy related to our industry both in alegislative and regulatory context. More detailed information about our legislative and regulatory activities is available on our Members Only site.
Summary of State and Federal Election Results (11/8/2012)
SFAA Tells SBA of its Progress in Assisting Small Contractors With Bonding (8/2/2012)
Contracting Issues Pending in Congress to be Discussed in the Fall (7/19/2012)
H.R.3534 - Security in the Procurement Process for Subcontractors, Suppliers, and Workers on the Job and Taxpayers' Dollars (5/15/2012)
SFAA Needs You to Contact Your Representative to Vote Yes on H.R. 3534 (5/15/2012)
SFAA Submits Comments Regarding Treasury's Proposed Rule Concerning Surety Companies Doing Business in the U.S. (5/13/2011)
SFAA Submits Comments Regarding FASB's Proposed Revenue Recognition Standard (10/21/2010)
Owners, Contractors and Sureties Propose Modification of the American Institute of Architects A312 Payment Bond (4/21/2008)
A Primer on Surety (10/12/2007)
State Legislative Issues:
Please contact Lenore Marema, Vice President of Government Affairs, at (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information.
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1/27/2015Final Edition of the 2014 Annual State Legislative Report posted
1/23/2015Status Report on Surety Rules Manual Filing Posted for SFAA Members
1/21/2015SFAA Addresses P3 Bills in New Jersey
1/20/2015Subscribers to SFAA Fidelity and Surety Case Summaries List updated
1/20/2015SFAA's P3 Legislation Introduced in Indiana
2/1/2015Contract Bond Advisory Committee Meeting
3/10/2015 » 3/12/2015Advanced Commercial Surety Seminar
3/11/2015Government Affairs Advisory Committee meeting
3/26/2015Diversity and Human Resources Advisory Committee Conference Call
5/7/2015Board of Directors Meeting
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