About NTMA

The plight of American manufacturing has been greatly exaggerated. In fact, the U.S. remains among the world’s largest manufacturing economies. While our industry must overcome challenges, our story is one of growth. And thanks to American know-how, innovation, and expertise, the future is bright indeed.

As the national representative of the precision custom manufacturing industry, the National Tooling and Machining Association exists to tell this story with a powerful voice. Backed by 1,200 members, representing more than $35 billion in sales, the clout we collectively wield is considerable. We also serve as a valuable national resource for our members, helping them grow profitably.

While many of our members are privately owned independent businesses, the products and services they provide are absolutely vital to the nation’s economy. Our products serve industries from aerospace to electronics to nuclear power.

NTMA is organized into nearly 30 local chapters throughout the country. The NTMA created the NTMA CFASE PAC to help its members participate in the political process and have their voices heard.

To learn more about NTMA, click here.

If you’d like more information about the NTMA Government Affairs Advocacy program, visit http://www.metalworkingadvocate.org/.

The Committee For a Strong Economy (CFASE) Political Action Committee is supported by the National Tooling and Machining Association, a non-profit organization. The CFASE PAC is registered with the Federal Election Commission ("FEC") and operates pursuant to federal election law and guidelines.

Federal election law and FEC rules prohibit the CFASE PAC from soliciting contributions from anyone other than members of the National Tooling and Machining Association who are members of the restricted class and approved to be solicited. Persons and members of the NTMA who are not members of CFASE PAC's restricted class may not enter this site, and it is a violation of federal rules for non-restricted class members to enter this site. Contributions from non-restricted class members will be returned. If you are unsure whether you are an approved member of the restricted class, the login system will automatically guide you through the process.

If you would like more information on the PAC or accessing the restricted content, please contact info@ntmapac.org. For details on PAC records, please contact Brigette Scebbi (Address:1357 Rockside Rd, Cleveland, OH 44134;  Phone: 216-264-2852).