Facilities Management

2016 NADA/ATD Convention & Expo
Full coverage of the 2016 NADA/ATD Convention & Expo in Las Vegas, April 1-3.
Auto Dealers Tell Senators: ‘Wall Street Reform Bill Hurts Consumers, Local Dealerships and Economic Recovery’
More than 100 new-car dealers are in Washington today to take a message directly to their Senators: Over-regulating auto dealers, imposing new fees and other burdens will have “unintended consequences” of curbing access to credit for middle-class families that need to buy a car or truck to get to work. It will also slow the economic recovery.
Factory Image Programs: An NADA Research Project

Factory Image Programs: An NADA Research Project (Phase II)

Federal Rules Cost New-Car Dealerships More Than $3 Billion Each Year
NADA - Cash for Clunkers Program Enters Wind-Down Phase
The federal “cash for clunkers” or “CARS” program is now entering its wind-down phase. Earlier today, U.S. Transportation Secretary Raymond LaHood announced that, within the next 48 hours, guidance will be issued regarding the process by which the program will be brought to a close.
NADA Analytical Services Group to Provide AmeriCredit Crop with Auctionnet Data
McLEAN, Va. (May 18, 2007)-NADA Analytical Services Group (NADA ASG) announced today that AmeriCredit Corp. has extended its contract to include AuctionNet raw data.
NADA Chairman Bill Underriner Discusses Next Steps for Facility Image Study
NADA Chairman Jeff Carlson Outlines Priorities for 2016
In his first speech as 2016 chairman of NADA, Jeff Carlson pledged to build on the momentum NADA established in 2015 and lead the organization into its next 100 years of successful advocacy.
NADA Chairman Urges President Bush to ‘Act Now’ on Emergency Automaker Loans
The Chairman of the National Automobile Dealers Association, Annette Sykora, says that with each passing day, more dealerships are closing and more people are losing their jobs.
NADA Chairman: Policy Goals Can’t Be Achieved on the Backs of Our Customers
In NADA’s annual policy speech to the Automotive Press Association in Detroit, NADA Chairman Jeff Carlson sounded another warning to Washington, D.C., about implementing policies that would inadvertently make buying, financing, trading-in, and servicing cars and trucks harder and more expensive for consumers.
NADA Creates Task Force to Address Concerns on Facility Upgrades, Stair-Step Pricing Programs
NADA Expands 20 Groups' Program for Managers, Controllers
MCLEAN, Va. (July 26, 2005) - The National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) has expanded its 20 Groups program, creating a new set for managers and controllers.
NADA Factory Image Program Study (Phase 1 report)

NADA Factory Image Program Study (Phase 2 report)

NADA Forms 20 Group for Independent Used-Vehicle Dealerships
McLEAN, Va. (June 26, 2007)—The National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) has formed a 20 Group dedicated to independent used-vehicle dealerships as part of its continuing efforts to help dealers improve the performance and profitability of their overall operations.
NADA Included in Historic Bankruptcy Signing Ceremony: Dealer Provisions Part of the Bill
WASHINGTON, D.C. (April 21, 2005) - Yesterday, President Bush signed into law major reform legislation that will curb abuses in the bankruptcy system.
NADA Praises SBA Action to Expand Loan Eligibility
The following is a statement from John McEleney, chairman of the National Automobile Dealer Association, on the expansion of eligibility for a Small Business Administration loan guarantee program designed to help small businesses get access to working capital:
NADA Unveils Third Annual Industry Report on Dealership Workforce
NADA, AIADA Issue Joint Policy Statement on Data Accessibility
NADA and the American International Automobile Dealers Association (AIADA) issued an important policy statement designed to guide the use and protection of data in dealership management systems.
New NADA Research Shows Slight Gain in Dealership Satisfaction with Dealer System Providers
New research from the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Information Technology (IT) Committee shows that dealership satisfaction with Dealer System Provider (DSP) vendors improved slightly from the 2005 survey.
OEM Relations
NADA works on dealers’ behalf with automakers around the world. Reports via NADA-TV.
Parts Management
NADA's Professional Series training for parts managers teaches how to unlock frozen capital and stock the correct mix of parts to increase first time fill rate.
Professional Series Testimonials
Enjoyed class and was very informative.  Would like to see extended another day to get even more info. I feel as a manager or possible manager, this should be a required class. To be successful you need tools, and this is
Report: Employment at New-Car Dealerships Up 4.6% in 2011
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