Choose from over 51,000 association executive mailing contacts. Customize your list by location, budget, industry and more!
A phenomenally accurate and up-to-date list of the 32,000+ lobbyists and government relations professionals who directly influence government policies and legislation.
On January 31st all federally registered lobbyists must file, sign and certify their LD-203.
Are you confident you know all you need to know? After all, certifying your ethical conduct means understanding a mountain of differing rules for House, Senate and the Executive branch. It means knowing for sure that you’ve got all the right supporting records. And it means being able to prove you’ve made substantial efforts to educate employees and ensure compliance.
If a Hill staffer, Member or constituent went to your website today, could they quickly and easily identify your legislative message, talking points and resources? If not, you aren't alone.
The Congressional Communications Report, a comprehensive study of lobbying practices and how they are received on the Hill, found that staffers often complain about a lack of easily-accessible advocacy information available on organizations' homepages, especially those of associations, nonprofits and corporations.
As we approach 2014, Congress will take fresh aim at ethics. Lobbyists are fair game and "I didn't know" won't keep you out of the headlines - or exempt you from the stiff penalties associated with HLOGA, LDA and FARA.
Every year Lobbyists.info & Association TRENDS collaborate with the Graduate School of Political Management at The George Washington University to measure the influence of lobbying firms in the legislative arena.
The fruit of this research results in the Factors of Influence white paper, which includes detailed rankings of the nation’s top lobbying firms. Join Professor David Rehr and data analyst Duncan Bell as they discuss their latest findings and explain what it is that makes these firms so influential.
The 113th Congress is settling in. This gives you a unique window of opportunity to connect early on by bringing advocates to Washington to tell their stories as committees start work and priorities are being set.
With Washington increasingly moving at a snail’s pace, to be effective lobbyists have to know how to affect legislation at the state level and how to manage several legislative efforts in different states at once. However, each state is it’s own minefield of laws and regulations, so how can you achieve your organization’s goals without running afoul of the law?
Too many government relations professionals fall into the trap of using elementary measurements - counting the number of legislator contacts, social media followers, lobbyist meetings, PAC receipts etc. – to organize and gauge progress. This can actually decrease productivity.
In this 90-minute webinar, you’ll learn how Dr. David Rehr, lead researcher of the Congressional Communications Report, conducted this sweeping survey and what inputs from 2,200 lobbyists and 700 staffers reveal about the tactics that do – and don’t -- belong in your own communication strategy. You'll also hear from veteran lobbyist Mildred Webber on her insight into the results.
No lobbyist expects to face a public relations nightmare. But that’s a serious mistake.
In a world where smartphones and social media can supersize even minor sound bytes into major news, not preparing for a potential crisis is risky business.
Don’t miss this chance to master crisis management fundamentals specifically for government relations professionals – before it’s up to you to save a reputation that took years to build.
What if you could learn —and leverage— the best fundraising tactics and donor-development strategies from PACs across America?
The newly released Trends in Business Political Action Committees Study takes an in-depth look at these top fundraising tactics. Join the study creators for a webinar on how to put these practices to work for your PAC!
With 2014 fast approaching, now is the time to develop your fly-in strategy. From crafting messaging to preparing your advocates, proper strategy from start to finish will save you a tremendous amount of time and resources and increase your effectiveness. Don't wait until it is too late, start planning now with advice from one of the nation's leading advocacy experts.
Get nearly impossible to find information on the government affairs programs and executives of American corporations.
Each Legislative Impact Report is created specifically for your needs. Select the bills you are interested in and we'll tell you which lobbyists, firms and organizations are working on them.
State lobbying can provide you with opportunities that may not exist in today’s polarized Congress. The problem is knowing what you can and can't do. With state rules on gifts and disclosure varying from state to state this can be an extremely complicated endeavor.