What is the Property Appraisal & Valuation Equity (PAVE) Report, and what does it mean for rural appraisers? Stephen Frerichs, the ASFMRA’s representative in Washington, D.C., will explain what is in the PAVE Report and what isn’t, as well as what has occurred and will likely occur in Congress as a result of the report. Discussion will also cover ways in which ASFMRA members can effectively reach out to their elected officials on this topic.Speaker: Stephen Frerichs owns and operates his own consulting company, AgVantage LLC in Alexandria, Virginia. Stephen specializes in budget, agricultural and credit issues and has over 30 years of agricultural policy experience in Washington, D.C. Prior to forming his company, Stephen was the manager of the American Association of Crop Insurers (AACI). He represented crop insurance companies and agents in Washington D.C. He actively lobbied both Congress and the Administration. Stephen also has extensive experience in the Executive Branch. Stephen was a senior program examiner and Deputy Branch Chief in the Agriculture Branch with the Office of Management and Budget, Executive Office of the President for nearly eight years. At OMB, Stephen advised OMB policy officials on agricultural planning, budget, legislation and regulatory issues.
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