About Government Affairs

Printing Industries of America advocates a member-driven public policy agenda before Congress, the White House, and Federal agencies that benefits and protects America’s printing and graphic communications industry. Printing Industries of America also seeks to raise the industry’s political visibility on Capitol Hill through grassroots advocacy, Printing Industries of America's annual Legislative Conference, Print's Voice, and PrintPAC, the only political action committee dedicated solely to representing the political interests of the printing and graphic communications industry. Printing Industries of America keeps its membership abreast of key legislative and political developments affecting the industry through the imPRINT Newsletter, published while Congress is in Session, and Special Edition imPRINT Newsletters published in the instances of victory announcements and/or action alerts.

Printing Industries of America’s 113th Congressional Advocacy Agenda is focused on issues related to postal policy, tax policy, environmental/energy policy, labor and employee benefits policy, and immigration policy. Printing Industries of America devotes its legislative and political capital to achieve success in these key areas.

PRINT’S VOICE ’14 Capitol Hill Fly-In

May 6-7, 2014 • Washington, D.C.

Let your voice be heard at Print's Voice '14, co-hosted by Printing Industries of America and NPES. Click here to learn more and to register.

  • Let your voice be heard on important issues like USPS restructuring, Patent Troll practices, and more
  • Meet face to face with the lawmakers who impact your business through meetings and office visits with elected representatives and briefings on Printing Industries of America Government Affairs initiatives
  • Learn together with your printer and manufacturer peers what to watch for in 2014 Congressional Mid-term Elections
  • Participate in top-level industry networking with a variety of networking events on Capitol Hill

Questions? Contact Lisbeth Lyons, Printing Industries of America, Vice President of Government Affairs at 202-730-7975 or LLyons@printing.org.

Published on Wednesday, May 13, 2009 (updated 05/29/2014)