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2022 trends in the public affairs industry

Discover trends shaping the public affairs industry, including challenges, priorities, critical skills, compensation, and satisfaction.

Winning Federal Contracts on the Top 20 Contract Vehicles

Winning government contracts can be highly competitive – especially for the top-performing contractors and large firms. These expert strategies will help you target the right opportunities to expand your pipeline by leveraging the top 20 contract vehicles.

Monitoring and Evaluating Advocacy Campaigns

A critical step in running successful advocacy campaigns is demonstrating campaign progress and value to stakeholders. Learn how to measure and report on your advocacy efforts.

6 state policy trends to watch

Gain insights into six key state legislative policy priorities for 2023, including infrastructure, health, and education.

Grassroots advocacy strategies for corporate public affairs

Advocacy is quickly becoming a powerful tool for public affairs professionals at organizations beyond nonprofits. Here’s how to start a grassroots advocacy campaign for corporate interests.

Election Demographics and Voter Turnout

Learn how laws, policies, and current events impact 2023 federal budget spending and how to track trends to plan for success in an evolving industry.

Cybersecurity for Government Contractors

Learn how the Biden administration cybersecurity CMMC requirements and other cybersecurity requirements for government contractors will change federal business.

Government Contracting and the Federal Budget

Learn how laws, policies, and current events impact 2023 federal budget spending and how to track trends to plan for success in an evolving industry.

Who Draws the Lines – Congressional Redistricting

Explore each step of the redistricting process, from how districts are determined and drawn to the 2020 Census and its impact on the 2022 political landscape.

Balance of Power: Republican Majority in the House

See how the balance of power in the House may shift in the 2022 midterm elections as Republicans push to win the majority and Democrats seek to maintain control.
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