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AIA Advocacy Unveils New Front Page Layout
By Amanda Stratton, Manager, Grassroots & Advocacy Outreach

Does the AIA Advocacy front page look a little different to you? That’s because it is! Based on feedback from members like you, we have made updates to the front page that will hopefully make our sections easier for you to navigate.

These changes are based on feedback we have received not only from the Call for Issues survey, but also from conversations with members across the country about AIA Advocacy programs and initiatives. With these updates, we hope that you will be more aware of the important tools that the Advocacy staff provide to help you make a difference in your community.

You may be wondering how to navigate our new front page. To learn about the changes and where you can find your favorite links, consult our short guide below. Please feel free to send us your thoughts about the page via email, Facebook, or Twitter.

The carousel now directs you to our most frequently asked about Advocacy sections: Advocacy365, Federal Issues, State & Local Issues, Public Policy, and Disaster Response.

You will now find the latest advocacy news & articles in the top right section of the page. Like the carousel previously, this section will continue to be updated on a near daily basis.

You will still be able to access information on specific issues such as design assistance, government procurement, or trade missions in the Issue Resources section below the welcome message.

Finally, we now have a newly created section titled “About AIA Advocacy.” Here you can access the list of Advocacy staff as well as learn more about the history of advocacy at the AIA.

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