View the virtual presentations, limited time only!

Every spring, the Big ‘I’ hosts the Big ‘I’ Legislative Conference in Washington D.C. During this event, more than a thousand agents visit Capitol Hill offices to lobby members of the House, Senate and their staffs on issues that impact independent agents, small businesses, and consumers. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Big ‘I’ Legislative Conference was held as a virtual event on May 12-15. Each day, industry professionals attended virtual presentations on various topics.

The virtual presentations can be viewed for two weeks on-demand beginning May 21, 2020.

To view the virtual presentations, you can register for the event to receive your access code. Once you register and have your access code, you can watch the on-demand presentations here.

The presentation topics include:

  • Congressional Update – Hear keynote remarks from a Congressional leader and from the Big ‘I’ Legislator of the Year.
  • Legislative Briefing – The Big ‘I’ Capitol Hill team will provide the latest on COVID-19 legislation at the federal and state level.
  • Political Update – Hear keynote remarks from a Congressional leader and get an update on COVID-19’s impact on the 2020 election.
  • Industry and Association Update – Watch a briefing on COVID-19’s future impact on independent agents and hear remarks from the Big ‘I’ Chairman on the state of the association.

Following the virtual Big ‘I’ Legislative Conference, the Big ‘I’ released a one-page issue paper summarizing issues that the Big ‘I’ is following in relation to protecting small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. View the summary page here.

For more information about the Big ‘I’ Government Affairs, visit the Government Affairs webpage. Here you can find information on various issues, InsurPAC and more.

To access all these resources, you will have to be a member of PIIAC/Big ‘I’ and need to log in to the Big ‘I’ website. If you do not have a log in for Big ‘I’, email PIIAC to request a login.

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