Specialized Medical Vehicle Association of Wisconsin

Registered Principal Details

Business Or Interest:
The Specialized Medical Vehicle Association of Wisconsin is a professional trade organization comprised of individuals, organizations and businesses who are primarily employed to deliver non-emergency medical transportation services. Since 2001 the Association has devoted itself to maintaining and improving the client's access to efficient and reliable transportation services for eligible patients requiring medical attention. The state funding and management issues relating to this section of medicaid service is of critical concern to the Association and to insuring the patient/client eventually receive the care they are prescribed.

Lobbying Interests:
The SMVAW will actively advocate for it's membership at all levels of state government.

CEO Name:
Jim Brown
Legislative Director

Contact
GRG
Gary R. Goyke
130 Lakewood Blvd.
Madison, WI 53704
(608) 219-5237
gary.goyke@gmail.com

Authorized Lobbyists

Lobbyist Name Exclusive Duties Authorized On Withdrawn On
Gary R Goyke Exclusive Duties No Authorized On 3/19/2019 Withdrawn On N/A

Lobbying Interests

Legislative Bills/Resolutions

Assembly Bill 508
Assembly Bill 508
Relating to: housing and homelessness; workforce development; community action agencies; poverty reports; mental health; public assistance advisory committee; economic security; adverse childhood experiences reports; creating a nonrefundable individual inc...

Bill Text and History

For
Notification Date
1/30/2020
First Communication Date
N/A
Communication Information
The principal, a lobbyist authorized by the principal, or another individual acting on behalf of the principal do not intend to communicate on this matter.

Topics Not Yet Assigned A Bill Or Rule Number

The SMVAW will review and possibly comment on the RFP the DHS has made public regarding a new contract for the Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Program.
Development, drafting or introduction of a proposal relating to
The SMVAW will review and possibly comment on the RFP the DHS has made public regarding a new contract for the Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Program.

Action Intended To Affect
Rule (by a state agency)

Notification Date
8/9/2019
First Communication Date
N/A
Communication Information
The principal, a lobbyist authorized by the principal, or another individual acting on behalf of the principal do not intend to communicate on this matter.

Review and comment on the Legislative Audit Bureau report issued 5-12-15 on Non Emergency Medical Transportation. Concerns over administration and operation of the existing program.
Development, drafting or introduction of a proposal relating to
Review and comment on the Legislative Audit Bureau report issued 5-12-15 on Non Emergency Medical Transportation. Concerns over administration and operation of the existing program.

Action Intended To Affect
Both Legislative matter and rule

Notification Date
3/10/2019
First Communication Date
N/A
Communication Information
The principal, a lobbyist authorized by the principal, or another individual acting on behalf of the principal do not intend to communicate on this matter.

Total Lobbying Effort

  2019
January - June
2019
July - December
2020
January - June
2020
July - December
Total
Total Lobbying Expenditures 2019
January - June
$2,290.00
2019
July - December
$2,200.00
2020
January - June
$2,170.00
2020
July - December
$2,180.00
Total $8,840.00
Total Hours Communicating 2019
January - June
10.00
2019
July - December
15.00
2020
January - June
13.00
2020
July - December
16.00
Total 54.00
Total Hours Other 2019
January - June
13.00
2019
July - December
27.00
2020
January - June
22.00
2020
July - December
27.00
Total 89.00

Percent Allocation of Lobbying Effort

Legislative Bills/Resolutions

Relating to: housing and homelessness; workforce development; community action agencies; poverty reports; mental health; public assistance advisory committee; economic security; adverse childhood experiences reports; creating a nonrefundable individual income tax credit for household and dependent care services; reimbursement for nonemergency medical transportation services; urban mass transit aid; and making an appropriation. (FE)
2019
January - June
2019
July - December
2020
January - June
2020
July - December
Total
2019
January - June
2019
July - December
2020
January - June
5 %
2020
July - December
10 %
Total 4 %

Budget Bill Subjects

No budget bill subjects found.

Administrative Rulemaking Proceedings

No administrative rulemaking proceedings found.

Topics Not Yet Assigned A Bill Or Rule Number

2019
January - June
2019
July - December
2020
January - June
2020
July - December
Total
2019
January - June
100 %
2019
July - December
20 %
2020
January - June
5 %
2020
July - December
10 %
Total 26 %
2019
January - June
2019
July - December
2020
January - June
2020
July - December
Total
2019
January - June
2019
July - December
70 %
2020
January - June
80 %
2020
July - December
80 %
Total 64 %

Minor Efforts

(Time spent on matters each of which accounted for less than 10% of the organization's lobbying.)

Minor Efforts
2019
January - June
2019
July - December
2020
January - June
2020
July - December
Total
2019
January - June
2019
July - December
10 %
2020
January - June
2020
July - December
Total 3 %

Other Matters

Includes time spent on:

  • Gubernatorial nominations
  • Matters on which the organization made no lobbying communication

Other Matters
2019
January - June
2019
July - December
2020
January - June
2020
July - December
Total
2019
January - June
2019
July - December
2020
January - June
10 %
2020
July - December
Total 2 %

Filed Statements of Lobbying Activity and Expenditures