Washington Partners helps our clients set strategic government relations goals aligned with their public policy agenda to achieve results and meaningful outcomes. Our full range of services and broad-based legislative practice assure that each client can positively influence federal policy in the complex and dynamic Washington, D.C. environment.
We help clients become known to the decision makers in Congress and federal agencies and build effective and meaningful relationships before you need them. From single item appropriations and specific regulatory changes to advocating a full policy agenda, we help you tell your important story so policy makers will turn to you when they need vital information. We also serve clients who do not lobby, but seek greater visibility in the policy community and within the federal government.
Our government relations services include:
- Developing and implementing a strategic government relations plan
- Developing policy messages and materials
- Preparing congressional testimony
- Drafting legislative and regulatory language
- Monitoring, analyzing and responding to legislative and regulatory activity
- Securing appropriations
- Connecting clients with congressional offices and key federal agency and Administration officials
- Providing training for boards, members and organizational staff
- Conducting presentations on the legislative process, policy topics and the budget and appropriations processes
- Providing direct lobbying
- Developing grassroots campaigns
- Connecting the federal policy agenda to state initiatives
We have a national reputation for effectiveness and integrity in representing clients before Congress and federal agencies. Our sophisticated blend of public policy analysis combined with a thorough understanding of the U.S. Congress and the Administration enables us to provide timely and effective representation.
The principals on our team have worked in offices of members of Congress and on congressional committees in both the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate on both sides of the aisle. Each has an insider’s understanding of how the legislative process works and have extensive experience working with the U.S. Congress and with executive branch agencies, including the U.S. Department of Education, the Social Security Administration, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the U.S. Department of Labor, the Department of the Treasury, and The White House.