Government Affairs During Coronavirus: Stay Connected | Help Clients Adjust
Government Affairs During Coronavirus: Stay Connected | Help Clients Adjust

Part of a special series of articles on government affairs during this national crisis. Here are 3 concrete suggestions for getting your work done. 

By Jared Weaver April 9, 2020
Congressional COVID Tweets: By the Numbers
Congressional COVID Tweets: By the Numbers

How quickly have Members of Congress reacted to the coronavirus outbreak and COVID-19? Who is the most (and least) active? Which party has the most to say?

We analyzed 25,000+ Tweets to show you who’s been reacting the fastest and who has been...

By John Brezinsky March 24, 2020
Governor Executive Orders in Response to the Coronavirus and COVID-19
Governor Executive Orders in Response to the Coronavirus and COVID-19

Large portions of the US States' responses to the coronavirus outbreak and COVID-19 are being led by Governor Orders. 

By GovPredict March 23, 2020
Bill Summaries: State Responses to the Coronavirus
Bill Summaries: State Responses to the Coronavirus

Every state is responding to the coronavirus outbreak and COVID-19 in different ways. To help you make sense of it all, we are providing brief summaries of the bills currently making their way through state legislatures (some already signed into...

By GovPredict March 23, 2020
GovPredict Launches Free Resource Center to Track State Responses to Coronavirus
GovPredict Launches Free Resource Center to Track State Responses to Coronavirus

To aid the country in understanding how state governments are handling the coronavirus outbreak, GovPredict has created a dedicated hub of free information from inside our Government Affairs platform.

By John Brezinsky March 20, 2020
How to Be a Successful Lobbyist
How to Be a Successful Lobbyist

People ask me how I’ve been so successful at lobbying and advocacy work over the years. 

By Howard Marlowe March 19, 2020
Best Work from Home Tips Summarized
Best Work from Home Tips Summarized

Are you one of the many professionals working from home for longer than you’re used to? There are tons of articles offering tips for working from home. I read the best, and I’ve summarized their suggestions. I’ve even included links to the...

By John Brezinsky March 13, 2020
GovPredict Wins Prestigious Reed Award
GovPredict Wins Prestigious Reed Award

It’s wonderful to be recognized for the hard work you put into your products, and we just got some serious recognition.

By GovPredict February 24, 2020
Evidence and Policy Decisions: Report from American Enterprise Institute Event
Evidence and Policy Decisions: Report from American Enterprise Institute Event

The American Enterprise Institute hosted a fascinating event, exploring the work that has been done since the passage of the Evidence-Based Policymaking Act.

By John Brezinsky January 28, 2020
Lessons from a 10-year Veteran of State-Level Government Affairs
Lessons from a 10-year Veteran of State-Level Government Affairs

Running successful government affairs at the state level brings its own special challenges. The legislative sessions are short, you have a small number of people to lobby, and in the vast majority of states the legislature is firmly in one...

By Crystal Young-Otterstrom January 22, 2020
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