NBFAA Changes Status of Affiliated State Associations


The National Burglar and Fire Alarm Association (NBFAA) has decided to no longer accept the applications of state affiliated alarm associations (AAA) and will end current agreements with AAA states by Dec. 31, 2004. The NBFAA will only accept chartered state associations (CSA) as new members.

The decision was made by the NBFAA’s Board of Directors Sept. 29 during the association’s Fall Conference in Washington D.C. Also at that meeting, the NBFAA adopted a long-term strategic plan. The association says the plan, called 2010 – Envisioning Our Future, aims at bringing more prominence and prosperity to the association.

The NBFAA 2004 budget was also approved, providing funding for a marketing and promotional campaign, as well as a financial boost to the association’s professional development course offerings, including more courses online.

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