The U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Washington Fly-In Briefing Program has quickly become a mainstay of U.S. Chamber members' fly-in schedules. Since its inception in 2000, the program has attracted hundreds of chambers and associations from around the country to hear the inside scoop on issues and policies affecting the business community. Fly-In delegations receive a front-row seat at a program tailored specifically to their top business priorities from U.S. Chamber policy and advocacy experts.
Briefings are typically one hour long and include 2 - 3 topics of your choosing from the list below:
Broadband Outlook and Policy
Climate and Environmental Policy
Cybersecurity in a Telework World
Employment Policy: State and Federal Policy Changes
Energy: Market Situation and Outlook
Equality of Opportunity
Federal Legislative Update
Infrastructure: Federal and State Outlook
Tax Policy: Understand Recent Changes, Trends in State Proposals
Trade: Opportunities and Challenges
Travel and Tourism: Economic Outlook & Road to Recovery
Small Business Outlook and Policy
Workforce Training: Approaches and Resources
Members are encouraged to take advantage of this valuable resource at U.S. Chamber headquarters, one of the most historic locations in the nation's capital, located on Lafayette Park across from the White House. For more information on the Washington Fly-in Briefing Program, please contact Political Affairs and Federation Relations at 202-463-5560.
Complete the online request form to schedule your Washington Fly-In Briefing. (Requests must be received at least 4 weeks out from scheduled visit).
If you have any questions, please contact us at WashingtonFlyIn@USChamber.com or call 202-463-5560.