You too can have a voice on Capitol Hill
Why do you need effective public strategy advocacy?
Every single day, the federal government makes decisions with far-reaching implications. Whether you're a business, association, non-profit or municipality, you have been impacted by these actions.
Taxes you pay, regulations you adhere to –
Any number of areas where legal and regulatory requirements affect your operations, profitability, even your survival -- are constantly subject to change. A bill or rulemaking could drastically change your operating requirements and expenses, limit opportunities for growth, or provide a competitive advantage to others in your industry.
Much of this takes place far from the public view, and many aren’t aware that change was even being contemplated until they find themselves on the losing end.
WHEN no one knows you exist, how could they ever take your needs into consideration?
Having effective local, state and federal advocacy is an absolute necessity in our current economic climate.
Projecting a strong and ever-present voice to stakeholders in Congress and the Administration is essential for issues and concerns to be heard.
Having the right advocacy consultants at your disposal will ensure timely responses to government actions impacting your organization.
With government’s ever-increasing role in society, reaching into so many new areas of private and commercial activity, having effective government relations advocates just makes sense.
M.A.W., LLP Partners
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