NGAT Resolutions Chairs
Have an idea for a Resolution?
Contact the Resolutions committee to submit ideas that benefit Texas National Guard members, their families and retirees.
Better yet—join the committee and lend your expertise to the Association and its members.
Resolution Committee Meeting Dates
The NGAT Resolutions Committee will meet this coming year on the follow dates and time.
Sep 28, 2023 at 7:00 p.m. on Microsoft Teams
Nov 15, 2023 at 7:00 p.m. on Microsoft Teams
Feb 15, 2024 at 7:00 p.m. on Microsoft Teams
Mar 2024 at the NGAT Conference, date/time TBD
Check conference schedule for details
Jun 6, 2024 at 7:00 p.m. on Microsoft Teams
If you are a member of NGAT and would like to attend the Resolutions Committee meeting, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, email, and phone number to request an invitation. You will receive the invitation with the Microsoft Teams link.
NGAT Resolutions Documents
Forms coming soon
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Why Are Resolutions Important?
NGAT, NGAUS and EANGUS are member-based organizations; input from our members is instrumental in determining what direction we take in the coming years. Your input defines what issues are important. Our duty is to support the National Guard community by lobbying the Texas State Legislature and the United States Congress.
Through face-to-face engagement, letters, emails, and phone calls, we make sure that our representatives understand the important issues facing the National Guard today.
What is a Resolution?
A resolution is a legislative idea that a member or state would like NGAT to work on. If it is a state issue, NGAT will work with the Texas State Legislature. For federal issues, NGAT will work with NGAUS or EANGUS to make our voice heard. As a member-based organization, NGAT, NGAUS and EANGUS solicits proposed resolutions from its membership aimed at enhancing the National Guard, its equipment, capabilities and the quality of life for Soldiers, Airmen and their families.
Resolutions are categorized as Army, Air or Joint. Army and Air resolutions relate to missions or equipment under the purview of the Army and Air National Guard, while Joint resolutions relate to issues involving personnel and benefits, medical, and domestic operations.
Preparing a Draft Resolution