January 2011

LobbyBlog.com

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Sector News
Lobbying in the 112th: The Budget and Appropriations Process

So, you need to influence federal budgetary policy to secure funding for a program.  But earmarks are out (at least that’s what they’re telling you), and you need to find a way to still effectively do your job.

According to John Scofield of the Podesta Group, “Regulations are the new earmarks.” 

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LobbyBlog.com

Written by podestaadmin On the
Sector News
Lobbying in the 112th: The Budget and Appropriations Process

So, you need to influence federal budgetary policy to secure funding for a program.  But earmarks are out (at least that’s what they’re telling you), and you need to find a way to still effectively do your job.

According to John Scofield of the Podesta Group, “Regulations are the new earmarks.” 

Read More

LobbyBlog.com

Written by podestaadmin On the
Sector News
Lobbying in the 112th: The Budget and Appropriations Process

So, you need to influence federal budgetary policy to secure funding for a program.  But earmarks are out (at least that’s what they’re telling you), and you need to find a way to still effectively do your job.

According to John Scofield of the Podesta Group, “Regulations are the new earmarks.” 

Read More

Political Puzzle Solving: Redistricting the Pieces

Written by podestaadmin On the
http://www.podesta.com/talent/mike-quaranta

Today, the Census Bureau announced how 435 House seats will be apportioned among the states for the next decade when it released the first results from the once-in-a-decade government count. As data from the 2010 census is scheduled to be released in the coming months, states will begin the controversial process of redrawing congressional district lines, which means businesses need to begin bracing for change. The census data is used for geographically defining state legislative districts, or “redistricting”.

Political Puzzle Solving: Redistricting the Pieces

Written by podestaadmin On the
http://www.podesta.com/talent/mike-quaranta

Today, the Census Bureau announced how 435 House seats will be apportioned among the states for the next decade when it released the first results from the once-in-a-decade government count. As data from the 2010 census is scheduled to be released in the coming months, states will begin the controversial process of redrawing congressional district lines, which means businesses need to begin bracing for change. The census data is used for geographically defining state legislative districts, or “redistricting”.

Political Puzzle Solving: Redistricting the Pieces

Written by podestaadmin On the
http://www.podesta.com/talent/mike-quaranta

Today, the Census Bureau announced how 435 House seats will be apportioned among the states for the next decade when it released the first results from the once-in-a-decade government count. As data from the 2010 census is scheduled to be released in the coming months, states will begin the controversial process of redrawing congressional district lines, which means businesses need to begin bracing for change. The census data is used for geographically defining state legislative districts, or “redistricting”.

Political Puzzle Solving: Redistricting the Pieces

Written by podestaadmin On the
http://www.podesta.com/talent/mike-quaranta

Today, the Census Bureau announced how 435 House seats will be apportioned among the states for the next decade when it released the first results from the once-in-a-decade government count. As data from the 2010 census is scheduled to be released in the coming months, states will begin the controversial process of redrawing congressional district lines, which means businesses need to begin bracing for change. The census data is used for geographically defining state legislative districts, or “redistricting”.