What Types of Projects Does Eye on Washington
Because Eye on Washington's modus operandi is customized
project agreements, the types available are limitless. Usually they
involve writing or research projects requiring large blocks of time
a rare commodity for busy government relations professionals.
- Researching, drafting and submission
of comments in response to proposed rules and regulations (a specialty
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- Compliance manuals for updated
or new regulations affecting the company or organization's members.
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- Drafting analytical articles
on government relations issues for any type of publication.
- Attending Congressional hearings
or Administration public meetings/workshops, and reporting on
- Any other research or writing
project which particularly fills your specific needs.
Why Should You Use Eye on Washington's Services?
- Eye on Washington offers professional,
comprehensive and well-researched materials ready for distribution.
- Eye on Washington's president
is very experienced in researching and drafting all types of projects.
To date, she has completed projects for manufacturing trade associations,
health care organizations, automobile firms and agricultural interests.
- Associations and companies can maintain a
"Washington presence" while not expending huge sums
of money. These types of projects are an efficient and cost-effective
way to more aggressively represent your members and companies
in the government relations arena, while also increasing the visibility
of your legislative and regulatory program to members and management.
- The U.S. Chamber of Commerce estimates that
U.S. businesses spend over $700 billion in regulatory compliance
costs. Considering all industries are affected by the increasingly
expanding regulatory reach of the government, it is imperative
that companies have publications and/or compliance manuals on
these regulations, as well as get their voices heard in the regulatory
What Services Will You Receive?
- All research projects include
comprehensive searches to obtain as much relevant information
about the topic as possible. This includes, but is not limited
to: Internet searches; telephone calls to appropriate Administration
and Congressional officials; LEXIS-NEXIS searches; and, when needed,
visiting the government docket room where all background information
can be found on the issue.
- When possible, our staff, after
the initial research and reading phase is completed, will attempt
to schedule a meeting with the highest-level government official
responsible for the project issue. This will allow us to obtain
first-hand answers to any pending questions or clarifications
- The final written project will
be sent both in hard copy and electronically to the client. It
will be written in the most organized and easy to understand format
and language. All background materials will also be forwarded
to the client.
- No project will be considered
complete until the client is wholly satisfied with the final product.
We edit the written project as often as necessary to ensure the
client's complete satisfaction.
Eye on Washington guarantees that all possible
and known information sources will be investigated during the completion
of the project.