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Lobbying Services


Lobbying Services

clipping service, advocacy programs, public relations, press releases

Why Do You Need a Lobbying Program?

The reach of the federal government is becoming much more visible and prevalent for businesses - both large and small - in all types of industries. It has become a business necessity, therefore, to get your views and concerns heard with lawmakers and Administration officials.

However, the costs of opening a stand-alone Washington, DC office or hiring an additional full-time staff person is many times prohibitive. But there is a solution to fulfilling this ever important advocacy role - Eye on Washington.

Why Use Eye on Washington's Lobbying Services?

Eye on Washington has provided lobbying services for a diverse set of clients. The range of services provided can be as comprehensive or selective as best fits the client's needs. Here's a sampling of reasons why you should choose Eye on Washington's Lobbying package:

  • Benefit from over 25 years worth of already-established relationships with legislators, Capitol Hill staffers, and Administration officials involved in a diverse set of industrial sectors. Why start from scratch when these contacts are already in place?
  • Eye on Washington's lobbyists are experienced in numerous and varying sectors, from health care and manufacturing to chemical and labor. We also have worked on projects in the energy, environmental, agricultural and trade arenas. For those issues new to our company, we have a multitude of colleagues and professionals to whom we can turn for specific background information and briefings.
  • Unlike other public policy firms, we offer very flexible and unique contracts that specifically meet our clients' needs. Whether a small lobbying project, or an ongoing more aggressive approach, we welcome all types of agreements. No job is too small or too big for the Eye on Washington professionals.
  • Companies and organizations save money through the Eye on Washington shared cost arrangements and low overhead expenses.
  • We charge a simple, all-inclusive monthly fee, with no extras. This includes all equipment costs, meeting expenses, administrative support, computer peripherals, etc. This makes budget planning easier for our clients, and greater transparency in the billing process.

What Services Will You Receive?

Bottom line is that the clients choose the services they need and want. Whether it be for a single project or comprehensive management of your entire advocacy and government relations program, we will provide the most applicable service package at the lowest possible rate. We do guarantee the following in all of our agreements:

  • The highest level of professionalism and efficiency.
  • The 110% approach - we make your issues our personal crusades.
  • Flexibility throughout the duration of the agreement.
  • The most rapid response possible to all client inquiries and requests.

Eye on Washington is a results-oriented lobbying firm. We are here to help companies and organizations get their voices heard in the halls of Washington, DC.

 

 

FEW leaders and Janet Kopenhaver (far right) meet with Senate Governmental Affairs Federal Workforce Subcommittee Chairman Daniel Akaka (D-HI) to discuss issues of importance to federal workers
 


FEW leaders and Janet Kopenhaver (far right) meet with Senate Governmental Affairs Federal Workforce Subcommittee Chairman Daniel Akaka (D-HI) to discuss issues of importance to federal workers during a Lobby Day.
 

 
 
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Testimonials
 

"Janet Kopenhaver is FEW’s initial contact and ‘public face’ on Capitol Hill, and she is doing a superb job."

Sue Webster,
President
Federally Employed Women