The American Trucking Associations announced on Friday it is reorganizing and streamlining a number of the association’s core functions.

Under ATA’s new organizational structure, all of the association’s functions will fall into one of three areas: national advocacy, communications and public affairs and finance and operations, each headed by an executive vice president.

With these changes, ATA President and CEO Bill Graves announced that Dave Osiecki, formerly senior vice president of advocacy and regulatory affairs will be ATA’s new executive vice president and chief of national advocacy. Jeff Mason, formerly senior vice president of image and communications will be the group’s executive vice president of communications and public affairs. Karla Hulett, formerly CFO and senior vice president of finance and administration will be ATA’s COO and executive vice president of finance and operations.

“ATA will continue to be the most powerful voice on behalf of the trucking industry on Capitol Hill, in the media and in the public,” Graves said. “These changes will allow us, however, to more effectively serve our members and respond to our rapidly changing world.