Specifically, RILA will advocate for:
- Trade policies that allow for efficient and reliable supply chains;
- Privacy and data protections laws that protect consumers;
- Payment reforms that enhance competition and transparency;
- Criminal justice reforms that address the growing challenge of organized retail crime; and
- Workplace policies that promote diversity and flexibility.
The full 2020 Retail Public Policy Agenda can be accessed here.
The agenda was developed with input from top retail government affairs executives, as well as RILA’s board of directors. RILA announced earlier this week the election of Ulta Beauty CEO Mary Dillon as the Association’s new Board chair.
RILA is the US trade association for leading retailers. We convene decision-makers, advocate for the industry, and promote operational excellence and innovation. Our aim is to elevate a dynamic industry by transforming the environment in which retailers operate.
RILA members include more than 200 retailers, product manufacturers, and service suppliers, which together account for more than $1.5 trillion in annual sales, millions of American jobs, and more than 100,000 stores, manufacturing facilities, and distribution centers domestically and abroad.