Charles L. Eidlitz was chosen as NECA’s first president in __?__.
NECA’s chief purpose is to help enhance the position of its member companies, which are firmly engaged primarily in power distribution and/or integrated systems (VDV) work.
NECA has four regional offices, located in the Eastern, Southern, Midwestern, and __?__ areas of the United States.
The purpose of NECA’s Executive Institute is to afford chapter staff executives an opportunity to review service techniques and resolve potential problems.
NECA and the IBEW collectively established the National Labor-Management Cooperation Committee (NLMCC) in __?__.
At the local level, NECA chapters act as multi-employer bargaining agents with their corresponding unions in their _?__.
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