The NLMCC (Powering America) is dedicated to establishing a quality connection between construction users and NECA contractors and their IBEW counterparts through industry information and important contacts.
- NLMCC Services Request Guidelines (doc)
- NLMCC Invoice Payment Procedures (pdf)
- Job Fair Procedure and Request Form (pdf)
- Refund of Overpayment Policy (pdf)
- NLMCC Policy regarding Outstanding Checks (pdf)
- Policy on Process for Determining Compensation (doc)
- Conflict of Interest Policy (doc)
- Whistleblower Policy (doc)
- NLMCC Investment Policy (pdf)
- Document Retention and Destruction Policy (doc)
More Information & Annual Reports
- Background Information:
When the National Labor Management Cooperation Committee was established in 1995, many NECA chapters had already set up local Labor Management Cooperation Committees (LMCCs) with their corresponding IBEW local unions in order to explore ways to work together more productively and implement programs to increase work opportunities. The primary function of the National LMCC is to serve as a national facilitator for joint industry efforts. The National LMCC not only allows for the pooling of resources; in many ways, it saves each local LMCC from the need to create new programs from scratch.
The National LMCC can help local areas conduct marketing surveys, pursue aggressive promotional campaigns, and improve the quality of labor and management education. From the first, the NLMCC has funded both national activities that benefit the electrical and line construction industry as a whole, including advertising, public relations, and recruiting, and other activities that are more direct and local in scope, such as partnering programs or supporting the establishment of local LMCCs.
- Current NLMCC Programs
- Implementing Documents and N/LMCC Agreement Language
The following information is to guide you on implementation of the National Labor Cooperation Committee (NLMCC) for your local area.
- Frequently asked FAQs
- NLMCC Annual Financial Reports
- Mailing Address for Contributions and Contact Information:
NLMCC Memo on Contributions
NECA/IBEW NLMCC TRUST FUND
P.O. Box 76513
Baltimore, MD 21275-6513
Please contact the NECA Labor Relations Office at 301-215-4510 if you would like more information on any NLMCC programs, a copy of the original NLMCC proposal or the NLMCC agreement and trust, or if you have any other questions about NLMCC activities.