Congressional Lobbying

When specific advocacy objectives come out of the policy planning process, we help our clients develop champions in Congress and the Administration, and develop and execute a plan for moving legislative changes. We understand the interplay between Congress and the Administration, as well as the importance of building stakeholder support, policy & evidence and relationships to get things done.

Such tactics may include:

  • Building relationships with key legislators and committees
  • Bringing policy ideas to likely champions
  • Supporting members of Congress and their staff in their pursuit to pass legislation, i.e. providing data, evidence, building stakeholder support, providing public support through group sign-on letters or Hill briefings, or on-record media support.
  • Securing cosponsors of important legislation
  • Pursuing policy fixes through amendments
  • Coordinating sign-on letters to federal agencies

Interested in how lobbying on Capitol Hill could advance some of your policy objectives?

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