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NCSLVA MEMBERSHIP

Now, more than ever, membership in NCSLVA is a valuable tool for your business

As a business leader in North Carolina’s electronic security industry, membership in the North Carolina Security and Low Voltage Association (NCSLVA)* just makes sense.  NCSLVA provides you with current legislative updates, COVID-19 preparedness information, technician training, and connections in the industry.  Join NOW!

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The return on your investment in NCSLVA membership includes:

  • Networking with like-minded leaders in commercial and residential life safety, security and integrated systems.
  • Member-discounted professional development and National Training School (NTS) that meet North Carolina Alarm Systems Licensing Board’s requirements.
  • Advocacy and monitoring of legislation that could threaten the electronic security industry – and your bottom line – in North Carolina.
  • Industry news critical to your long-term success including updates on COVID-19 measures for the industry.  
  • Access to job Board
  • Access to Members Only Savings program 
  • Youth Scholarship Program

NCSLVA is dedicated to representing, promoting, and supporting you and your business.

*Please note that the Electronic Security Association (ESA) has elected to sunset its chapter program. Beginning in 2020, NCSLVA and ESA memberships will be independent of one another and dues payments will be collected separately by each organization. 


LEGISLATIVE UPDATES



Legislative Report July 8, 2022

Friday, July 1st marked the last full day of short session, but legislators aren’t putting Raleigh in their rearview mirrors for long. According to the adjournment resolution, a “sine die” adjournment (final adjournment) isn’t expected until December. In the meantime, the resolution calls for monthly “check in” sessions, as described by Speaker Moore. During these sessions, legislators will be able to take up only a limited number of issues - elections bills, litigation and emergencies, to adopt conference reports, and/or to address any vetoes from Gov. Cooper. Under the House's version of the adjournment resolution, the December session would have included a vote on a “Medicaid modernization plan.” Since the Senate opposed and did not act on the House's study alternative to their Medicaid expansion and healthcare reform bill, that was excluded from the final resolution.

The General Assembly has reserved the option to return on the following dates to handle any necessary business:

  • Tuesday, July 26th
  • Tuesday, August 23rd
  • Tuesday, September 20th
  • Tuesday, October 18th
  • Tuesday, November 15th
  • Tuesday, December 13th
While there were some victories, this short session was largely “lukewarm,” with chambers disagreeing on major, landmark, session-long issues that were ultimately set aside to get through this short session as quickly as they had originally hoped. A major disappointment was the failure to reach agreement on a healthcare package that includes Medicaid expansion. While the issue may be taken up later this year if an agreement can be reached, there was strong opposition to the Senate's omnibus plan (Nursing Independent Practice, Certificate of Need reforms and Out of Network notice provisions) by the state's medical community and the hospitals. Those groups asked for a “clean” Medicaid Expansion Bill and the House provided that option, although with a delay until December to hold the vote after the November election. Despite support to Expand Medicaid by the House and the Senate leadership and strong support from Governor Cooper, no resolution was reached before they adjourned last week. We expect that discussions/negotiations will continue on this issue with so many opportunities to come back into session and address Expansion which would provide a financial windfall to North Carolina. Read the full report here.


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Lake Junaluska, NC 28745

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