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Committees & Councils
Much of TRALA's work is done by our Committees and Councils. With the exception of the TRALA Board of Directors, Executive Committee and Nominating Committee, which are elected and appointed positions, the other committees and councils are open to participation by all TRALA members. These groups meet in conjunction with the Annual Meeting and throughout the year as issues warrant their attention.
If you would like to participate on one or more of the Committees or Councils, or obtain copies of a Committee or Council roster, please contact LaTisha Thomas by phone at (703) 299-9120 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CommitteesExecutive Committee -The Executive Committee serves in an advisory capacity to the Board of Directors on the management and administrative operations of the Association. Members are appointed by TRALA's chairman and include the Association's officers and representatives of the major national regular member companies.
Finance Committee - The Finance Committee structures the annual budget, recommends funding sources and reviews the annual audit.
Government Relations Committee- The Government Relations Committee recommends TRALA policy and action on federal and state legislative and regulatory issues affecting the industry.
Membership Committee - The Membership Committee identifies ways and means of strengthening TRALA through steady membership growth in order to assure industry-wide representation of the Association.
Meetings Committee- The Meetings Committee recommends meeting locations and develops the overall business program for TRALA's meetings.
Scholarship Committee- The Scholarship Committee oversees the TRALA Scholarship Program and Fund.
Security Committee- The Security Committee advises the Board on policies affecting transportation security.
Equipment and Technology Advisory Council-The Equipment and Technology Advisory Council (ETAC) is comprised of maintenance and equipment experts from leasing systems and independent companies within the TRALA membership. ETAC works with TRALA staff to develop recommendations for the Board of Directors and Government Relations Committee on issues involving the maintenance of vehicles, maintenance operations, vehicle safety, vehicle technology and workforce issues.
Light Truck Rental Council-The Light Truck Rental Council (LTRC) includes representatives from companies engaged primarily in the rental of light-duty vehicles. The council focuses on issues of unique interest to these companies. The Council meets regularly and provides recommendations to the Board of Directors and the Government Relations Committee on these issues.
Tax Advisory Council -TRALA's Tax Advisory Council (TAC) is made up of tax experts from leasing systems, leasing system companies and independent companies within the TRALA membership. The TAC works with TRALA staff to analyze and quantify the impacts of legislative and regulatory action in the areas of sales, property, excise taxes, registration fees and other fiscal matters. The Council meets regularly and provides recommendations to the Board of Directors and the Government Relations Committee on these issues.
The Industry Council for Vehicle Renting and Leasing -The Industry Council for Vehicle Renting and Leasing is a forum for companies and organizations from the many segments of vehicle renting and leasing, working together on common issues affecting the broader industry. The Industry Council includes representatives from companies involved in finance leasing, as well as car and truck renting and leasing. The Council meets regularly to discuss issues affecting the industry and to strategize on actions involving legislative and regulatory initiatives in the areas of tax, insurance, security, and legal reform.