The ByLaws of the Association are a living document, reviewed regularly by staff, legal counsel and the Board of Directors. Over time changes have been made to reflect the current needs of the membership.
If you have any questions about the governance of the Association please contact the MCAA President, Teresa Sebring (757) 258-3100 ext. 200, or legal counsel, Jacqueline Henson, Esq. (Baker Donelson, 202-326-5040).
Your privacy is important to the Measurement, Control & Automation Association (“MCAA”, “we” or “us). This privacy statement provides information about the personal information that MCAA collects and the ways in which we use that personal information. It applies to personal information we collect on this website, in email, text, or other electronic messages between you and MCAA.
MCAA Antitrust Law Compliance Policy and Guidelines
It is the policy of the Measurement, Control & Automation Association and its members to strictly comply with laws and regulations applicable to their activities, including Federal and state antitrust laws. It is further the policy of MCAA to assist its members and volunteers in complying with Federal and state antitrust laws. MCAA members and leaders are expected to conscientiously adhere to antitrust laws. MCAA will neither knowingly permit nor condone anti-competitive behavior, whether willful or inadvertent, in connection with any MCAA activity. On July 1, 2013, the Association’s Board approved a policy and guideline document which can be downloaded using the button below.
If you have any questions about the MCAA policy with regard to the conduct of business at meetings and otherwise, within the Association, please contact the MCAA President, Teresa Sebring (757) 258-3100 ext. 200, or legal counsel, Jacqueline Henson, Esq. (Baker Donelson, 202-326-5040).