The AIA is working for you at all levels of government, creating a better landscape for architects to do business. And, AIA’s architect members have had tremendous success in advocating our positions to our elected leaders.
AIA National Advocacy Center
AIA National’s Advocacy Center is a key resource for finding out about key issues, exploring the organization’s advocacy agenda, and finding ways that you can make a difference.
- AIA Government and Community Relations Staff
- AIA Public Policies and Position Statements
- AIA’s Federal Agenda and Key Issues
- The Angle Blog
- Advocacy365: How to Become an Advocate
AIA Advocacy Issue Resources
- Government Procurement
- Tax & Business Issues
- Trade Missions
- International Green Construction Code (IgCC)
- Local Leaders in Sustainability
- Emerging Professionals: Student Loan Relief
- Design Assistance
Advocacy365 connects AIA members with the resources and information they need to build relationships with their legislators at the local, state, and federal level. Make your voice heard year round and get involved.
AIA Citizen Architect Resource Center
AIA Citizen Architects advocate for the broader purposes of architecture through civic participation, writing and publishing, by gaining appointment to boards and commissions, and through elective office at all levels of government. Citizen Architect Resolution
ArchiPAC is the bipartisan political action committee of the American Institute of Architects. Founded in 1980, ArchiPAC serves as the single voice for the architecture profession on the national political scene. Funded by AIA members’ voluntary contributions, ArchiPAC is the tool that architects use to voice the AIA’s positions to our nationally elected leaders on issues affecting the built environment, our profession, our communities, and our practices. Contribute