The Executive Committee has all of the necessary powers to act for the Board of Directors between Board meetings, is responsible for keeping the Board informed of all actions, and serves as a long-range planning board for ATMA policy, programming and evaluation.
The Finance Committee is responsible for:
general supervision of the association's finances; submitting an annual proposed income and expense budget to the Board of Directors for approval; reviewing and making recommendations on the long-range income and expense projections; reviewing monthly financial statements; studying and recommending investment of surplus funds; and review results of financial audits.
The Government Affairs Committee focuses on:
The Market Development Committee initiates, develops and implements programs, which will enhance domestic and international sales for members. Market Development Committee activities are categorized:
The Technical Services Committee conducts technical seminars to advance technical information, including conformity to international standards pertinent to the industry; fosters working relationships on technical matters between ATMA and allied industry associations and appropriate government agencies; and informs members on domestic and international standards and regulations related to the technical aspect of the industry's business.