With Daniel Lippman
BYRNE REGISTERS TO LOBBY: Former Alabama Rep. Bradley Byrne has registered to lobby for the first time since leaving office, according to quarterly disclosures filed this month. Byrne returned to his former firm, Mobile-based Adams and Reese, last year after a failed 2020 Senate bid, and told PI at the time he wasn’t sure whether he would become a registered lobbyist at the end of his mandatory one-year cooling-off period.
— Byrne’s clients are mostly local to his home state, including the governments of Mobile, Daphne, Foley and Baldwin County, Ala.; Troy University; the Alabama Forestry Association; and the South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce. They also include a pair of defense contractors, cyber company Radiance Technologies and engineering firm Torch Technologies.
BANKERS TAP NEW HEAD CONGRESSIONAL LOBBYIST: The American Bankers Association has named Kirsten Sutton executive vice president of congressional relations and legislative affairs for the trade group. Sutton will succeed James Ballentine, who announced in February he would retire as the organization’s top lobbyist after two decades with the association.
— Sutton has led the trade group’s advocacy on card and payments issues since 2020, and joined it after serving as chief of staff to former CFPB Director Kathy Kraninger and former acting CFPB Director Mick Mulvaney during the Trump administration. She also served as staff director on the House Financial Services Committee under then-Chair Jeb Hensarling.
— “We are thrilled to have Kirsten lead ABA’s congressional team at such a pivotal time for the banking industry,” Rob Nichols, the association’s president and chief executive, said in a statement.
— Sutton’s tenure at the consumer finance watchdog will surely be of use as President Joe Biden’s CFPB director, Rohit Chopra, an acolyte of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), signals a crackdown on the industry, including on what the bureau has deemed “exploitative junk fees” that banks charge their customers. The bankers association has also become a key ally in pushing for cannabis banking legislation and will be paying close attention to Biden’s nominee to be the Federal Reserve’s bank cop.
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CHAMBER ASKS SENATORS TO DELAY VOTE FOR FTC NOM: The U.S. Chamber of Commerce today asked members of the Senate to pump the brakes on a confirmation vote for Biden’s pick for the Federal Trade Commission, the agency with which the Chamber has sparred in recent months.
— In a letter to Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, Neil Bradley, the group’s chief policy officer, noted that Biden’s nominee, Alvaro Bedoya, would break the commission’s partisan deadlock and allow FTC Chair Lina Khan to advance more of her agenda, which includes increased antitrust and consumer protection scrutiny of the business community. Bradley provided seven questions that he is urging senators to have Bedoya answer before his confirmation vote, including on issues of due process, transparency and agency authority — all areas the Chamber has challenged the FTC on since Khan’s ascension to chair.
— “Current leadership of the FTC has engaged in a pattern of conduct that undermines the confidence of the business community in the agency’s willingness to fairly and transparently carry out enforcement and rulemakings within the boundaries of congressional authority,” Bradley argued, asking senators to “demand clarification” from Bedoya “before full Senate consideration of his nomination.”
CHALLENGERS TO DIVISIVE HOUSE REPUBLICANS FIND ALLIES ON K STREET: Primary challengers looking to defeat a trio of House Republicans are finding a willing fundraising base on K Street and among Senate Republicans, Roll Call’s Kate Ackley reports.
— “Sen. Thom Tillis plans to appear as a ‘special guest’ at a fundraiser slated for next week benefiting Chuck Edwards, a primary challenger of embattled North Carolina Rep. Madison Cawthorn, according to an invitation sent to potential donors in the lobbying sector.”
— “Edwards, a former McDonald’s employee-turned-franchisee for the burger enterprise, hauled in $310,000 in the first quarter. He disclosed recent donations from the political action committees of McDonald’s, the National Association of Realtors and the National Restaurant Association. He’ll have more campaign cash to add from next week’s event with Tillis, where the hosts include lobbyists Kirsten Chadwick and Aleix Jarvis of Fierce Government Relations, Manny Rossman of Harbinger Strategies and the National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors PAC, among others.”
— Jennifer Strahan, who is running to oust firebrand Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, disclosed a $5,000 donation from Sen. Bill Cassidy’s leadership PAC, “as well as donations from the PACs of the Associated General Contractors of America, Business-Industry PAC and the Value in Electing Women (or VIEW) PAC, according to the FEC reports.” Even Democratic lobbyist Jeffrey Forbes of Forbes Tate Partners kicked in some cash to Strahan, the filings show.
— “‘We’ve gotten a lot of support from the DC community because they’ve either had to try to work with MTG’s office, or not, and once you meet Jennifer Strahan you want her to be in Congress,’ Julie Conway, executive director of VIEW PAC, said. She added that with a business and health care background, Strahan was ‘exactly the kind of person we want to have a seat at the table.’”
BROWN TO CHAIR CONSERVATIVE TECH GROUP: Former Ambassador Scott Brown will be the chair of a new coalition of conservative and libertarian groups that are teaming up to counter lawmakers’ antitrust push on the Hill, in particular the American Innovation and Choice Online Act, which would bar tech giants from favoring their own products.
— The group, called The Competitiveness Coalition, is being incubated by the National Taxpayers Union and intends to “highlight misguided congressional attempts to overregulate and harm America’s job-creating tech sector,” which the group praises as “our innovators.”
— Brown, a former Republican senator from Massachusetts who served as Trump’s ambassador to New Zealand, said in a statement that it was during his tenure there that “I saw first-hand how untrustworthy foreign adversaries, including the Chinese Communist Party, are working every day to weaken America’s economic and technological leadership.”
— He added that “the threat to U.S. competitiveness is grave as politicians in Washington work to pass a series of dangerous bills that represent nothing more than a power grab and expansion of government,” and argued that bills to crack down on tech companies “will hamstring our country’s greatest assets in the global tech race, and open the floodgates to bad actors that want to see us fall behind.”
— The coalition’s members include Americans for Prosperity, Center for Freedom and Prosperity, Competitive Enterprise Institute, Consumer Choice Center, Hispanic Leadership Fund, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, James Madison Institute, Market Institute, National Taxpayers Union, Pelican Tech & Innovation Center, R Street Institute, Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council, Taxpayers Protection Alliance, Young Voices and the Committee for Justice.
CORRECTION: Tuesday’s Influence misstated the residence for Podesta.com vice president of global policy Elizabeth Demaree. She is from Bethesda, Md.
— Omri Rahmil has joined Avisa Partners as senior director, and Alyssa O’Rourke joined as director of business development and marketing. Rahmil most recently served at the State Department on the China desk and in the Bureau of Global Public Affairs and is a Peter Roskam alum, and O’Rourke was previously a senior associate at HM&CO.
— Daniel Trope is now head of government affairs for Garmin. He previously was director of government affairs at Swisher.
— Curt Villarosa is now a manager of corporate affairs and comms at American Express. He previously was publicity director at ABC News.
— Scarlet Oak Strategies has added Simon Behrmann as a senior adviser, Miranda Meyers as a director in the mid-Atlantic region and Emily Shay as an associate in Seattle.
— Nina Verghese is joining APCO Worldwide as senior director and head of the campaigns and advocacy practice. She most recently was a principal at Locust Street Group and is a Jon Huntsman, RNC and George W. Bush White House alum.
— Ashley Etienne is joining Powell Tate as senior counselor, working with clients at the intersection of public affairs, crisis management, social impact and DEI, per Playbook. She previously was deputy assistant to the president and communications director for Vice President Kamala Harris and is a Nancy Pelosi alum. Etienne will continue to service corporate clients at a firm she launched earlier this year. …
— Cooper Smith is now a senior consultant in the national security practice at Guidehouse. He most recently was at Grant Thornton Public Sector, and is a Trump White House, HUD and DHS alum.
— David Quam has launched 56 Capitals, a strategy and advocacy firm. He previously was a member of Dentons’ public policy practice and co-leader of Dentons 50, and is a National Governors Association alum.
— Sydney Gart is joining the finance team of Sen. Maggie Hassan’s (D-N.H.) reelection campaign. She most recently has been a brand and marketing associate at Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington.
— Whitney Drew has been promoted to be executive director in the mid-Atlantic region for regulatory and political affairs at NextEra Energy Resources. She most recently was senior director for regulatory and political affairs at the company.
— Autonomous trucking and ride-hailing company Aurora has hired Katie McMichael to manage federal government affairs. She was previously executive director at the American Trucking Associations.
Cortez Masto, Hassan, Murray Victory Fund (Sens. Catherine Cortez Masto, Maggie Hassan, Patty Murray)
FIGHT TO WIN AMERICA (Super PAC)
Foundation in Liberty PAC (Super PAC)
Leadership and Loyalty Only to America PAC (Leadership PAC: Nick LaLota)
Aaron Oesterle: Space Frontier Foundation
Acg Advocacy: Bsa Business Software Alliance, Inc.
Andreae & Associates: Amerifreight Systems LLC
Apco Worldwide LLC: Cosentino, S.A.U.
Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney Pc: Waynesburg University
Capgov, LLC: Town Of Mountainair
Center Road Solutions: The National Alliance For Eating Disorders
Clark Hill, Plc: National Consumers League
Co2Efficient LLC: Autodesk, Inc
Congaree River Group LLC: Wejo Data Services, Incorporated
Covington & Burling LLP: Nexgen Power Systems, Inc.
Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies: Rothman Institute
Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies: Snapmedtech, Inc.
Cross Potomac Consulting LLC: Dupont Specialty Products USa, LLC
Darby Field Advisors: Gssi
Dentons Global Advisors Government Relations LLC: Adams County
Dentons Global Advisors Government Relations LLC: City Of Bloomington, In
Dentons Global Advisors Government Relations LLC: Tampa Bay Water
Dentons Global Advisors Government Relations LLC: Wow Media Incorporated
Dentons Global Advisors Government Relations LLC: Zekelman Holocaust Center
Ervin Graves Strategy Group, LLC: American Vapor Manufacturers
First Strategic: Urbix
Foley & Lardner LLP: Signature Healthcare Services, LLC
Forbes-Tate: Bipartisan Policy Center Action
G2G Consulting: Americaview
G2G Consulting: Cleveland Diagnostics
Geotab USa, Inc: Geotab USa, Inc
Holland & Knight LLP: Gulf Energy Alliance
Holland & Knight LLP: Humanity Forward
Kite Tail Strategy: End To End Computing LLC (On Behalf Of Smart Policy Group)
K&L Gates, LLP: Cheniere Energy, Inc.
Mason Street Consulting, LLC: Global Medical Response
Mason Street Consulting, LLC: Mindset On Behalf Of Pipeline Health System
Mayer Brown LLP: Powin, LLC
Mercury Public Affairs, LLC: American Public Education Inc.
Michael Torrey Associates, LLC: American Soc. Of Agronomy, Crop Sci. Soc. Of America & Soil Sci. Soc. Of America
Monument Advocacy: The National Wildlife Federation
Munk Policy & Law: Wheels Up Experience, Inc.
Owen Evans Ingols: Cox Automotive, Inc.
Penn Strategies: Emergency Response Training & Certification Association
Pioneer Public Affairs: Groundwork Collaborative, Fiscally Sponsored By The New Venture Fund
Pioneer Public Affairs: League Of Conservation Voters
Pioneer Public Affairs: Neutral Foods, Inc.
Porter Group, LLC: Rtc Southern Nevada
Republic Consulting, LLC: Lippert, Inc.
Squire Patton Boggs: Society Of Cardio Computed Tomography (Scct)
Strategic Marketing Innovations: Advent Technologies
Strategic Marketing Innovations: Textum Opoco LLC
Subject Matter (Fka Elmendorf Ryan): Kyndryl
Subject Matter (Fka Elmendorf Ryan): Seniorlink
Taylor Strategies: The
The Conafay Group, LLC: Adaptive Phage Therapeutics
The Conafay Group, LLC: National Traumatic Brain Injury Registration Coalition
The Conafay Group, LLC: Vaxxas Inc
The Wagner Law Group: Unisys Corporation
Tidal Strategies, LLC: Marathon Targets, Inc.
Tower 19: Amazon Web Services, Inc
Troutman Pepper Strategies (Fka Troutman Sanders Public Affairs Group, LLC): Birdrock Laboratories
Troutman Pepper Strategies (Fka Troutman Sanders Public Affairs Group, LLC): Wellroot Family Services
Washington Navigators: Valparaiso University
Waypoint Consulting, LLC: Earth Science Systems (Ess)
Waypoint Consulting, LLC: Reinventing Geospatial Inc.
Wheat Shroyer Government Relations LLC: Antimicrobials Working Group
A1.9 Strategies LLC: Lam Lha Obo Exruptive
A1.9 Strategies LLC: O’Brien, Gentry, And Scott Obo Satelles, Inc.
Ajw, Inc.: Adirondack Council
Ajw, Inc.: Covanta Energy
Ajw, Inc.: Electrify America
Ajw, Inc.: Partnership Project Action Fund
Ajw, Inc.: Southwestern Power Group Ii
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: Aercap Holdings, N.V.
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: International Business Machines Corporation
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: Mamed Salmanov
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: Mammoth Energy Services, Inc.
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: Stopit Solutions
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: The Center For A Free Economy
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: Unity Aluminum
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: Verax Biomedical Inc.
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: Vizio, Inc.
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: Wabash Valley Resources, LLC
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: Yacht Haven USvi LLC
Allon Advocacy, LLC: Hummingbird Regtech, Inc.
American Nuclear Society: American Nuclear Society
American Telemedicine Association: American Telemedicine Association
Ballard Partners: American Health Care Association
Ballard Partners: Ballyhoo Media Services, LLC
Ballard Partners: Citizens For A Secure And Safe America
Ballard Partners: Detroit International Bridge Company, Inc.
Ballard Partners: Sky Boat LLC
Black Diamond Strategies LLC: Transportation Management Services
Blue Mountain Strategies: Ellis Strategy On Behalf Of US Medical Nonwovens Co.
Blue Star Strategies LLC: Terragene, LLC
Bockorny Group, Inc.: Cognosante
Bockorny Group, Inc.: Newsmax Media, Inc.
Bracewell LLP: Speks
Brendan Neal Strategies, LLC: Golden Years Home Care Services
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP: Aegle Corporation
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP: Aipharma Global Holdings Limited
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP: Aktiv Pharma Group
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP: American Society Of Travel Advisors
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP: Amfar The Foundation For Aids Research
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP: Amplio
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP: Association Of Equipment Manufacturers
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP: Double Diamond Consolidated Seller LLC
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP: Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit Co. Ltd
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP: The Archdiocese Of Boston
Burrell International Group LLC: Ervin Graves Strategy On Behalf Of Lyndra Therapeutics Fka Ervin Hill Strategy
Capitol Counsel LLC: American Society For Transplantation And Cellular Therapy
Capitol Counsel LLC: Decorative Hardwoods Association
Capitol Counsel LLC: Guarding Against Pandemics
Capitol Counsel LLC: Society Of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography
Capitol Tax Partners, LLP: International Paper Company
Cardinal Infrastructure LLC: City Of Bloomington
Cgcn Group, LLC (Formerly Known As Clark Geduldig Cranford & Nielsen, LLC): Acacia Living, Inc. Dba Invu Care
Commonwealth Research Associates, LLC: The Northeast Maglev, LLC (Tnem)
Cornerstone Government Affairs, Inc.: Empowerdx, Inc.
Cornerstone Government Affairs, Inc.: Everbridge, Inc.
Cornerstone Government Affairs, Inc.: Giant Oak, Inc.
Cornerstone Government Affairs, Inc.: Jr Automation
Cornerstone Government Affairs, Inc.: Microsoft Corporation
Cornerstone Government Affairs, Inc.: Natural Stone Institute
Cornerstone Government Affairs, Inc.: Tower Semiconductor San Antonio, Inc.
Cornerstone Government Affairs, Inc.: Wearable Artificial Organs, Inc.
Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies: Agentis Air
Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies: Lending Club
Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies: The Stomp Company
Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies: Trenton Threatened Skies
Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies: Versa Capital Management LLC
Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies: Young Living Essential Oils
Dentons US LLP: Adams County, Colorado
Dentons US LLP: City Of Bloomington
Dentons US LLP: Corporate Environmental Risk Management
Dentons US LLP: Holocaust Memorial Center
Dentons US LLP: National Desert Storm Memorial Association
Dentons US LLP: Tampa Bay Water
Dgsr LLC: Committee For Responsible Foreign Policy
Dla Piper LLP (US): Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc.
Dla Piper LLP (US): Global Plasma Solutions Inc.
Dla Piper LLP (US): Townsend Capital, LLC
Domer Consulting, LLC: The Washington Tax & Public Policy Group Obo Allianz Capital Partners Gmbh
Economic Policy Strategies: Smart Growth America
Empire Consulting Group: Managed Funds Association
Empire Consulting Group: Meharry Medical College
Epplin Strategic Planning: Allegiance Strategies, LLC On Behalf Of The Trevor Project, Inc.
Ernst & Young LLP (Washington Council Ernst & Young): Cambridge Information Group, Inc.
Ernst & Young LLP (Washington Council Ernst & Young): The Marcus Corporation
Ervin Graves Strategy Group, LLC: Lyndra Therapeutics
Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP: College Of Psychiatric And Neurologic Pharmacists
Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP: Patient Access Network Foundation
Fgh Holdings, LLC (Formerly Known As The Glover Park Group LLC: Alliance For Meat, Poultry & Seafood Innovation
Fgh Holdings, LLC (Formerly Known As The Glover Park Group LLC: Coalition For Urban Innovation
Fgh Holdings, LLC (Formerly Known As The Glover Park Group LLC: Industry Council For Emergency Response Technologies, Inc. (Icert)
Fgh Holdings, LLC (Formerly Known As The Glover Park Group LLC: Lightbox Parent, L.P.
Fgh Holdings, LLC (Formerly Known As The Glover Park Group LLC: Obesity Care Advocacy Network (Ocan)
Fgh Holdings, LLC (Formerly Known As The Glover Park Group LLC: Opportunity Financial, LLC
Foley & Lardner LLP: Pharmaceutical Associates, Inc. (Pai)
Foresight Law + Policy Pllc: Start Early (Formerly Known As Ounce Of Prevention Fund)
Goldberg & Associates, Pllc: Namm, The National Association Of Music Merchants
Green Capitol LLC: Gevo
Holland & Knight LLP: Career Education Colleges And Universities
Holland & Knight LLP: City Of El Paso, Tx
Holland & Knight LLP: Hampton Roads Transit
Holland & Knight LLP: Waste Management, Inc.
Ice Miller LLP: Stonemor, Inc.
Integrated Solutions Group: Daana Technologies
Invest In Education Coalition, Inc.: Invest In Education Coalition, Inc.
J M Burkman & Associates: Black Swan Defense
J M Burkman & Associates: Earthsafe LLC
J M Burkman & Associates: Pdx Partners
J M Burkman & Associates: Resolution Biomedical, Inc.
J M Burkman & Associates: Steve Warnecke 303-513-3510
J M Burkman & Associates: Swyft Health
J M Burkman & Associates: The Lakes Treatment Center
J M Burkman & Associates: Traitware Inc.
Keightley & Ashner LLP: Unisys Corporation
King & Spalding LLP: Computer & Communications Industry Association
K&L Gates, LLP: At-Sea Processors Assn
K&L Gates, LLP: Environmental Defense Fund
K&L Gates, LLP: Groundfish Forum
K&L Gates, LLP: Midwater Trawlers Cooperative
K&L Gates, LLP: United Catcher Boats
Leavitt Partners, LLC: Alliance To Modernize Prescribing Information
Leavitt Partners, LLC: National Electrical Manufacturers Association
Lfa Holdings Inc: Guinean American League Of Friends For Freedom
Liberty Partners Group, LLC: Vesper Medical, Inc. (Cardiovascular Coalition)
Locke Lord LLP: Bally’S Corporation
Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen & Thomas, Inc.: Amneal
Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen & Thomas, Inc.: Firefly Capital Partners, LLC
Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen & Thomas, Inc.: International Biometric + Identification Association (Ibia)
Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen & Thomas, Inc.: Multiplier (On Behalf Of Ripe Roadmap)
Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen & Thomas, Inc.: T-Rex Solutions LLC
Mercury Public Affairs, LLC: Hill International
Mercury Public Affairs, LLC: The Michaels Organization
Miller & Chevalier Chartered: Capital Brands Distribution, LLC
Mr. Patrick Tucker: Huntington Ingalls Industries, Inc
National Group, LLP: City Of Garden City Kansas
National Group, LLP: City Of Garden City Kansas — Regional Airport
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough: United Service Organizations
Peter Damon Group LLC: Tribal Solutions Medical LLC
Peyser Associates LLC: Tri Valley – San Joaquin Valley Regional Rail Authority
Pike Associates LLC: Born Free USa
Pike Associates LLC: Bumble Bee Foods LLC
Pike Associates LLC: Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen’S Alliance, Inc.
Pike Associates LLC: Fishing Communities Coalition
Pike Associates LLC: International Fund For Animal Welfare
Pike Associates LLC: The Pew Charitable Trusts
Pike Associates LLC: Woods Hole, Martha’S Vineyard And Nantucket Steamship Authority
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP: Academy Of Truck Accident Attorneys
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP: Virginia College Savings Plan (Virginia529)
Pioneer Public Affairs: Citizens Energy Corporation
Pioneer Public Affairs: Enverid Systems, Inc.
Plurus Strategies, LLC: Bwx Technologies
Potomac Partners Dc: Grologo
Putalastrategies: Clearway Energy Group, LLC
Pyxis Partners, LLC: Braeburn Inc.
Republic Consulting, LLC: Capewell Aerial Systems LLC
Rich Feuer Anderson: Gusto
Rock Creek Counsel: Association Of Clinical Research Organizations
Sense Incorporated: Sac &Fox Nation
Squire Patton Boggs: Jubilant Pharma Holdings Inc.
Squire Patton Boggs: Netjets
Squire Patton Boggs: Ohio University
Squire Patton Boggs: The Nature Conservancy
Strategic Health Care: Prairie Health Ventures
Strategic Health Care: St. Michael’S Hospital
Strategic Marketing Innovations: Dupont De Nemours, LLC
Strategic Marketing Innovations: Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics
Strategic Marketing Innovations: Washington Mills
Summit Strategies Government Affairs LLC: Lone Elk Partners
The Conafay Group, LLC: Lysovant Sciences Inc.
The Conafay Group, LLC: Roivant Sciences, Inc.
The D Major Group: University Hospitals Health System, Inc.
Thegroup Dc, LLC: Aflac, Inc.
The Joe Davis Company LLC: Atkins
The Kpm Group Dc LLC: Alexion Pharmaceuticals
The Kpm Group Dc LLC: Bioagilytix Labs, LLC
The Kpm Group Dc LLC: Cognoa, Inc.
The Kpm Group Dc LLC: Gritstone Oncology
The Kpm Group Dc LLC: Ultragenyx Pharmaceutical
The Raben Group: Alliance For Safety And Justice
The Raben Group: Open Society Policy Center
The Raben Group: Women Donors Network Action
Todd Strategy Group: Varian Medical Systems, Inc.
Van Scoyoc Associates: Governmentcio
Van Scoyoc Associates: Peraton
Van Scoyoc Associates: Systems & Technology Research Dba Str
Vitello Consulting: Olympia Medical Center
Vitello Consulting: Vivenns, LLC
Wheat Shroyer Government Relations LLC: The Conafay Group On Behalf Of Antimicrobials Working Group
Wiley Rein LLP: At&T Services
Wiley Rein LLP: Centene Corporation
Wiley Rein LLP: Comcast Corporation
Wiley Rein LLP: Ctia – The Wireless Association
Wiley Rein LLP: Fox Corporation
Wiley Rein LLP: National Association Of Broadcasters
Wiley Rein LLP: Nexstar Broadcasting Group, Inc.
Wiley Rein LLP: Panasonic Corporation Of North America
Wiley Rein LLP: Qantas Airways Limited
Wiley Rein LLP: Tracfone Wireless, Inc.
Williams And Jensen, Pllc: Encova Insurance