REGISTER WHAT YOU'LL LEARN MEET YOUR TRAINER
Congress recesses often, but federal agencies don’t. That’s why agencies provide government relations professionals with a singular opportunity to make real-world gains for their clients.
Yet while droves of other lobbyists have the same opportunity to influence regulatory “plank holders” and decision-makers as you do, few will have your odds of success. That’s because your strategy will be built on insider knowledge.
Register now for Recess Strategy for 2014: Rulemaking Guidance for Agency Lobbying. This 90-minute webinar provides step-by-step guidance for finding and influencing plank-holders and decision-makers, giving you the know-how to use pending regulations to advance your goals.
Though agency lobbying is a major trend in government relations, there’s practically no guidance on the difference between lobbying rulemakers vs. lobbying lawmakers. That’s where this webinar comes in.
Reserve your space now to “un-gridlock” your lobbying by learning:
- How to approach agencies dealing with all kinds of legislation – including Dodd-Frank and the Affordable Care Act
- How rulemaking works – its lifecycle and how regulatory decisions shape real-world requirements and funding
- The specific stages of rulemaking where lobbying can make a critical difference
- How to identify possible plank-holders and decision-makers
- How to make the most effective input
- Where, when and how to track the status of particular federal regulatory rulemaking activities
Remember, lobbying agencies is vastly different from lobbying Congress. Gather your whole team for one flat fee and get the expert guidance to build your strategy on the right tactics.
Meet Your Trainer
Susan Warshaw Ebner is Of Counsel for Asmar, Schor & McKenna, PLLC, where she heads the Technology group within the firm's Government Contracts Practice Area. She concentrates her practice on advising and representing small, mid-size and large businesses, as well as non-profit, academic and consortium clients on a broad spectrum of Federal, State and Local government procurement matters. She has authored articles and advisories on government contract and litigation topics, and lectures frequently for professional groups and trade associations on issues arising in these areas. She holds a Bachelor's and law degree from Cornell.
Register now for Recess Strategy for 2014: Rulemaking Guidance for Agency Lobbying and make recess a time to get around gridlock, accelerate your advocacy, and shape the rules that will determine your clients’ future.