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Your Voice on Systems Integration Policy & Law

NSCA is the leading advocate for the commercial integration industry, actively engaging with stakeholders and legislators to shape policy that impacts the profession.

Help Us Fight for the Next Generation of Integrators

Our 2024 Association Agenda

Whether you are an integrator, a supplier or a product manufacturer, you can count on NSCA to advocate for the best business climate possible for your company. That’s why the NSCA board has set the following policy and program focuses for 2024:

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“We take great pride in earning the right to be the voice for integrators. This means that we speak with authority on your behalf regarding many issues impacting your livelihood and business success. It is our pleasure to represent you nationally on issues of concern for this industry, and to promote us collectively as we define an even greater future for ourselves.”

Chuck Wilson
NSCA CEO Emeritus

Track Legislation Impacting the Integration Industry

NSCA monitors legislation and regulations that impact the commercial integration industry at all levels of government, from licensure laws to code conflicts, all on behalf of our members. You can find specific information on proposed legislation in your city, county or state, and help us take action by contacting your local officials and representatives.

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Codes & Compliance FAQ

As a leading authority on compliance in the built environment, NSCA’s Codes & Compliance Committee provides a forum to ask questions and find answers to the toughest compliance issues. Members can ask the committee a question and get an answer from a subject-matter expert on topics including:

Collaborating to Create
Better Environments

NSCA can’t advocate for your best interests alone. We collaborate with partners across various fields and industries to support legislation and initiatives that improve the commercial integration industry, and the health and safety of the built environment for all of us.

Partner Alliance for Safer Schools (PASS)

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The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)

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Connected Technologies Industry Consortium

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