Communicating with lawmakers has changed dramatically over the years and the Congressional Communications Report has been there helping the government relations community change along with it. The Report compiles insights from Congressional staff and those working to influence them on how best to get a message through to Members of Congress. The Report overlays these insights with expert analysis of shifts in technology and social media to bring you a complete understanding of what works and what doesn’t when you are communicating with Capitol Hill.
Publishers of the Original U.S. Congress Handbook and the book of Washington Representatives have teamed with Dr. David Rehr and George Mason University Law School to bring you the largest, most in-depth study of its kind on the work habits of Congressional staff and the lobbying community. The Congressional Communications Report is packed with information accompanied by full-color charts and ready to use data points that will change the way you do business with Capitol Hill.
The Congressional Communications Report gives readers crucial insight, including:
Keep up with how best to utilize evolving media advancements:
Dr. David Rehr is a Professor of Law at the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University where he teaches Legislative Advocacy and Strategic Leadership. Before going to George Mason Dr. Rehr was Program Director of Advocacy in the Global Environment at The George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM). Prior to his career in academia Dr. Rehr served as President and CEO of both the National Association of Broadcasters and the National Beer Wholesalers Association. Professor Rehr has been named to Washington Life Magazine’s Power 100 list and has been listed as a Top Association Lobbyist by The Hill Newspaper. He has also been featured in Beachum’s Guide to Key Lobbyists and has been named one of the top 20 most influential people in radio by
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