Legislative and Other Public Interest Activities

All Society activities involving public interest issues shall be in accordance with ISA Bylaws, Article XXI.

Neither the Society as a corporate entity nor its members may promote, promulgate, nor represent views on public issues as being endorsed by the Society unless authorized by the Executive Board. Without authorization, such personal views may not be disseminated to the general public nor to government officials using ISA stationery, ISA position titles, or in any way giving the appearance of ISA endorsement.

The Automation Federation, established by ISA in 2006, acts as the primary interface on behalf of ISA in matters of public policy that affect the automation profession.