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AI and a jam-packed agenda fueled another strong quarter on K Street

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Oct 23, 2023 View in browser
 

By Caitlin Oprysko

With help from Daniel Lippman

Here are your Lobbying Disclosure Act revenue rankings for the third quarter of 2023.

  1. Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck: $15.1 million (versus $15.8 million in Q2 2023 and $15.3 million in Q3 2022)
  2. Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: $14.3 million (versus $13.4 million in Q2 2023 and $13.3 million in Q3 2022)
  3. Holland & Knight: $12.5 million (versus $12 million in Q2 2023 and $11.3 million in Q3 2022)
  4. BGR Group: $10.5 million (versus $10.3 million in Q2 2023 and $9.7 million in Q3 2022)
  5. Cornerstone Government Affairs: $10.4 million (versus $10.6 million in Q2 2023 and $9.4 million in Q3 2022)
  6. Invariant: $10 million (versus $9.7 million in Q2 2023 and $9.6 million in Q3 2022)
  7. Thorn Run Partners: $7.1 million (versus $7 million in Q2 2023 and $6.7 million in Q3 2022)
  8. Mehlman Consulting: $6.6 million (versus $6.4 million in Q2 2023 and $6.5 million in Q3 2022)
  9. Crossroads Strategies: $6.3 million (versus $6.3 million in Q2 2023 and $5.9 million in Q3 2022)
  10. Forbes Tate Partners: $6.3 million (versus $6.1 million in Q2 2023 and $5.9 million in Q3 2022)
  11. Capitol Counsel: $6.3 million (versus $6.5 million in Q2 2023 and $6.5 million in Q3 2022)
  12. Tiber Creek Group: $6.2 million (versus $6.1 million in Q2 2023 and $6.2 million in Q3 2022)
  13. Cassidy & Associates: $5.9 million (versus $5.7 million in Q2 2023 and $5.4 million in Q3 2022)
  14. Squire Patton Boggs: $5.4 million (versus $5.8 million in Q2 2023 and $5.7 million in Q3 2022)
  15. Subject Matter+Kivvit: $5.1 million (versus $4.8 million in Q2 2023 and $4.9 million in Q3 2022)
  16. Van Scoyoc Associates: $4.8 million (versus $5.5 million in Q2 2023 and $5.1 million in Q3 2022)
  17. Alpine Group: $4.7 million (versus $4.7 million in Q2 2023 and $4.7 million in Q3 2022)
  18. Ballard Partners: $4.2 million (versus $4.6 million in Q2 2023 and $4.5 million in Q3 2022)
  19. Tarplin, Downs & Young: $4 million* (versus $4.2 million* in Q2 2023 and $3.8 million* in Q3 2022)
  20. K&L Gates: $3.9 million Q3 2023 (versus $4.1 million in Q2 2023 and $5.5 million in Q3 2022)

*Estimated based on Senate disclosure filings. All other numbers have been verified by the firms.
OTHER NOTABLE FIRMS:

Monument Advocacy: $3.9 million (versus $4.3 million in Q2 2023 and $3.4 million in Q3 2022)

Venable: $3.7 million (versus $3.2 million in Q2 2023 and $3 million in Q3 2022)

Fierce Government Relations: $3.2 million (versus $3.3 million in Q2 2023 and $3.2 million in Q3 2022)

Venn Strategies: $2.8 million (versus $2.7 million* in Q2 2023 and $2.4 million in Q3 2022)

DLA Piper: $2.4 million (versus $2.5 million in Q2 2023 and $3 million in Q3 2022)

Kountoupes Denham Carr & Reid: $2.8 million (versus $2.8 million in Q2 2023 and $3 million* in Q3 2022)

*Estimated based on Senate disclosure filings. All other numbers have been verified by the firms.

TOP SPENDERS:

  1. National Association of Realtors: $20.4 million (versus $10.1 million in Q2 2023 and $29.3 million in Q3 2022)
  2. U.S. Chamber of Commerce: $13.6 million (versus $16.4 million in Q2 2023 and $23.9 million in Q3 2022)
  3. PhRMA: $6.4 million (versus $6.3 million in Q2 2023 and $7.3 million in Q3 2022)
  4. American Hospital Association: $5.2 million (versus $6.4 million in Q2 2023 and $5.1 million in Q3 2022)
  5. Meta Platforms: $5.1 million (versus $4.9 million in Q2 2023 and $4.7 million in Q3 2022)
  6. Amazon.com Services: $4.3 million (versus $4.4 million in Q2 2023 and $5 million in Q3 2022)
  7. NCTA - The Internet & Television Association: $4.1 million (versus $3.3 million in Q2 2023 and $3.4 million in Q3 2022)
  8. Pfizer: $4.1 million (versus $2.5 million in Q2 2023 and $3.3 million in Q3 2022)
  9. Pharmaceutical Care Management Association: $4 million (versus $3.4 million in Q2 2023 and $1.9 million in Q3 2022)
  10. AARP: $3.9 million (versus $3.7 million in Q2 2023 and $4.8 million in Q3 2022)
  11. ByteDance: $3.8 million (versus $2.1 million in Q2 2023 and $880,000 in Q3 2022)
  12. CTIA-The Wireless Association: $3.6 million (versus $3.5 million in Q2 2023 and $3 million in Q3 2022)
  13. The Business Roundtable: $3.5 million (versus $5.2 million in Q2 2023 and $5.9 million in Q3 2022)
  14. American Medical Association: $3.4 million (versus $4.8 million in Q2 2023 and $4.4 million in Q3 2022)
  15. Lockheed Martin Corp.: $3.4 million (versus $3.7 million in Q2 2023 and $3.3 million in Q3 2022)
  16. Boeing Co.: $3.2 million (versus $3.6 million in Q2 2023 and $3.2 million in Q3 2022)
  17. Oracle Corp.: $3.2 million (versus $2.5 million in Q2 2023 and $3.1 million in Q3 2022)
  18. American Chemistry Council: $3.2 million (versus $3.4 million in Q2 2023 and $5.3 million in Q3 2022)
  19. America’s Health Insurance Plans: $3.1 million (versus $2.8 million in Q2 2023 and $3.2 million in Q3 2022)
  20. FedEx Corp.: $3 million (versus $3.1 million in Q2 2023 and $3 million in Q3 2022)

BIGGEST CONTRACTS:

  1. Tributary LLP: HR Policy Association ($990,000)
  2. Covington & Burling: Qualcomm Inc. ($800,000)
  3. Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: Gila River Indian Community ($720,000)
  4. Washington Tax & Public Policy Group (formerly Washington Tax Group): Alliance for Biopharmaceutical Competitiveness and Innovation ($480,000)
  5. Holland & Knight: Gulf Energy Alliance ($390,000)
  6. Majority Group: Expansion Funding Partners LLC ($385,000)
  7. Gordon Smith: National Association Of Broadcasters ($380,000)
  8. Carbonleaf LLC: Industrial Energy Consumers Of America ($370,000)
  9. Washington Tax & Public Policy Group (formerly Washington Tax Group): Tax Reform Coalition ($330,000)
  10. K&L Gates: American Maritime Partnership ($330,000)

Happy Monday and welcome to PI. Got a lobbying tip? Let’s hear it: [email protected]. And be sure to follow me on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter: @caitlinoprysko.

 

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WHAT THE NUMBERS MEAN: K Street’s top firms continued to thrive last quarter, thanks to Congress’ chock full to-do list and a robust regulatory agenda from the Biden administration, as well as sprawling efforts across Washington to wrap its arms around the many unanswered questions surrounding artificial intelligence.

— More than a quarter of the top-grossing firms last quarter reported bringing in eight-figure lobbying revenues, and despite the state of paralysis gripping one chamber of Congress, lobbyists are busy as ever, they told PI.

— “The confusion and uncertainty actually makes our role even more valuable,” said BGR Group’s Loren Monroe, who added that while “it’s not pretty to look at what’s going on on the House floor,” the speakership battle is hardly the most disruptive development for an industry that just a few years ago was grappling with a deadly pandemic and the fallout from an insurrection.

— “There’s a ton of work going on that is relevant to our clients that is not on the front page of the newspapers, but very much has an impact on their business operations and priorities,” he argued.

— Seemingly everyone is beginning to pay more attention to Washington’s efforts to regulate AI, with Monroe calling the industry’s proactiveness on the issue especially notable. But it’s not just industry leaders perking their ears up, said Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck’s Nadeam Elshami. The technology “cuts all across industry sectors, health care, energy, transportation — you name it,” he told PI. “And that has gotten a lot of our clients and new clients interested in this space.”

— Congress still has to pass spending bills and defense, agriculture and FAA policy bills, and lobbyists are eying health care and tax bills as well. “While the legislative climate remains uncertain in the House, we expect the dam to break soon with a surge in year-end activity,” said Hunter Bates of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld.

PI METRO SECTION: Responsible Statecraft’s Brett Heinz went underground (literally) for a new piece that looks at how the cash-strapped D.C. Metro is bringing in millions in ad revenues from top defense contractors, who are blanketing D.C. Metro stations with niche ads that appeal to the small subset of commuters who hold outsize sway on their bottom lines.

— “The catch is that, technically, advertisers aren’t supposed to be able to do this, as the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA, which operates the greater D.C. metro system) forbids advertisements that ‘are intended to influence public policy.’ But government contractors, reliant on public policy for their survival, are nonetheless allowed to promote their brands and hawk their products to the officials responsible for deciding whether or not to buy from them.”

— Heinz visited Metro stations closest to D.C.’s various seats of power for more than a month, tallying “75 different advertisers, excluding transit agencies. Fifteen received at least $5 million in financial awards from the federal government in fiscal year 2023,” 10 of which were government contractors.

— Per Heinz’s survey, “nine of the 10 advertising contractors count the Department of Defense (DOD) as their largest government customer: Boeing, CACI, General Dynamics, Google, IBM, KPMG, L3Harris, RTX, and SourceAmerica. Ads for McKesson, which does the vast majority of its government contracting for the Department of Veterans Affairs, were spotted only within the McPherson Square station — two blocks away from the VA headquarters.”

AI COPYRIGHT LAWYER BEHIND LETTER TO HILL: “The message in the open letter sent to Congress on Sept. 11 was clear: Don’t put new copyright regulations on artificial intelligence systems. The letter’s signatories were real players, a broad coalition of think tanks, professors and civil-society groups with a stake in the growing debate about AI and copyright in Washington,” POLITICO’s Brendan Bordelon reports.

— “Undisclosed, however, were the fingerprints of Sy Damle, a tech-friendly Washington lawyer and former government official who works for top firms in the industry — including OpenAI, one of the top developers of cutting-edge AI models. Damle is currently representing OpenAI in ongoing copyright lawsuits.”

— “The letter’s covert origin offers a window into the deep and often invisible reach of Big Tech influence in the Washington debate over AI — a fast-moving part of the policy landscape where Congress is hungry for outside advice, and which is still new enough to create strange political bedfellows. Signatories included the American Library Association, the progressive nonprofit Public Knowledge and the free-market R Street Institute.”

THE UNSANCTIONED PRO-ISRAEL LOBBYISTS TAKING D.C. BY STORM: “This past week, an unlikely pair of men sat down for breakfast at the Capitol Hill Club, a Republican gathering site just a stone’s throw from Congress, to plot ways to help Israel. On one side of the table was Rep. Paul Gosar, a firebrand Republican who has faced criticism for ties to white nationalists. On the other was Bobby Rechnitz, a Los Angeles real estate developer dubbed a ‘confidant’ of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.”

— The scene was one of many playing out across the nation’s capital since the Israel-Hamas war broke out earlier this month, Hailey Fuchs and I report, as “a ragtag group of donors, activists and allies … have moved swiftly these past two weeks to help Israel. They have leveraged their political clout, their relationships with lawmakers and their fundraising networks to do so.”

— “Their overarching goal is to shape how elected officials in the U.S. react to the crisis. But their work also underscores how much of the political fight around the nascent war is being done on the fly; and how much is being waged in unconventional theaters: college campuses, corporate boardrooms, K Street offices and stuffy Capitol Hill restaurants.”

THE FIGHT OVER HYDROGEN TAX BREAKS: “Big energy producers are sparring over billions of dollars in subsidies from last year’s climate law, a fight that pits the Biden administration’s goals for economic growth against its efforts to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions,” The Wall Street Journal’s Amrith Ramkumar and Richard Rubin write.

— “The battle is over subsidies to produce clean hydrogen, a potential alternative to oil and natural gas in industries such as steelmaking and trucking where renewable energy and batteries alone aren’t adequate. The administration is weighing how strictly to define what energy sources can be used to make clean hydrogen and still be eligible for some of the most valuable tax credits in the Inflation Reduction Act.”

— Power companies like NextEra “say the subsidies should be widely available — even to companies that generate carbon emissions — to spur the growth of a hydrogen industry seen as crucial to limiting climate change in the long run,” and are making their case in ads in media outlets and discussions with administration officials, with backing from labor groups.

— Other companies and environmental groups are firing back with their own appeals, arguing “the money should go to businesses that use only renewable energy, which could mean slower development and fewer new jobs.”

Jobs Report

Eriade Williams has joined News Corp. as vice president of government affairs. Williams was most recently a principal at TheGROUP D.C., and before that was a partner at American Continental Group (now ACG Advocacy).

Paul Jones is joining Squire Patton Boggs as an international affairs adviser in the law firm’s public policy practice. He previously led international government relations for RTX (formerly known as Raytheon Technologies), and is a longtime State Department veteran, including stints as ambassador to Poland and Malaysia.

Samantha Bullock has joined OnMessage Public Strategies as an executive vice president. She was most recently communications director for House GOP Whip Tom Emmer and is an NRCC, Trump 2020 and White House alum.

Matthew Douglas has been promoted to senior vice president for mortgage policy at the Housing Policy Council.

Jane Khodos is now vice president of communications at Early Warning. She most recently was head of regulated industries PR at Google Cloud and is an alum of Mastercard and Lockheed Martin.

Jon Hukill is now director of public relations at FOVNDRY. He previously was vice president and head of earned media at kglobal.

Raymond Somich II will be global director of government affairs at Synthomer. He was previously senior director for global marketing and strategy at the company.

— The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association announced Leigh Lytle as its next president and CEO. Lytle was previously head of North American policy at Plaid.

Molly Gill will be an attorney adviser in the Office of Legislative Affairs of the Federal Bureau of Prisons. She was most recently vice president of policy at FAMM.

Hudson Munoz is joining Guns Down America as executive director. Munoz previously was director of public relations for Amalgamated Bank.

Jeff Abramson is joining the Center for International Policy as a senior non-resident fellow, per Morning Defense. He’s currently director of the Forum on the Arms Trade.

Ashley Townshend is joining the Australian Defense Department as an assistant secretary. Townshend was previously a senior fellow for Indo-Pacific security at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

New Joint Fundraisers

None.

New PACs

Conservative Watch USA (Super PAC)

Forward Motion PAC (Super PAC)

Founding Principles (Super PAC)

The Unfinished Road PAC (PAC)

Vote Yes for Paola Schools (PAC)

New Lobbying REGISTRATIONS

Acg Advocacy: Beam Global

American Traffic Safety Services Association: American Traffic Safety Services Association

Atlantic Strategies Group: Rtx Corporation And Affiliates (Fka Raytheon Technologies Corporation And Affil

Barnes & Thornburg, LLP: Liberation Labs

Becker & Poliakoff, P.A.: Soundthinking Inc. ( Formerly Known As Shotspotter Inc. )

Bell & Lindsay, Inc. (Formerly White House Consulting Inc.): Dr Peter Ullrich

Big Fire Law & Policy Group, LLP: Crow Creek Sioux Tribe

Booking Holdings Inc. F/K/A Booking.Com Consulting Services (USa), Inc.: Booking Holdings Inc. F/K/A/Booking.Com Consulting Services (USa), Inc.

Bracewell LLP: Enerco Group, Inc.

Center Road Solutions: Kelly Ghaisar

Cfm Strategic Communications (Conkling Fiskum & Mccormick): Hoyt Arboretum Friends

Commonwealth Strategic Partners, LLC: Volvo Group North America

Cornerstone Government Affairs, Inc.: Macon Bibb United

Debrunner & Associates, Inc.: Tower Health

Dentons Global Advisors Government Relations LLC: Booking Holdings Inc. (Formerly Known As Booking.Com B.V.)

Dla Piper LLP (US): Pindrop Security, Inc.

Dla Piper LLP (US): Schweiger Dermatology Group

Elevate Government Affairs, LLC: City Of Moses Lake

Elevate Government Affairs, LLC: Washington State Department Of Fish And Wildlife

Emergent Strategies: Wells Fargo & Company

Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP: Inflarx Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Federal Business Group: Copper Alloys+

Forward Global: Valid Entry

Fs Vector: Bill.Com LLC

Fs Vector: Chime Financial, Inc.

Fs Vector: Coventry Direct, LLC

Fulcrum Public Affairs LLC: Danaher Corporation

Global Medical Response, Inc.: Global Medical Response Inc

Gray Global Advisors, LLC: American Association Of Blacks In Energy (Aabe)

Gray Global Advisors, LLC: Pacific Community Ventures

Hance Scarborough: Calhoun Port Authority

Hance Scarborough: Dr. John Valentini

Husch Blackwell Strategies: San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District

Jeffrey J. Kimbell And Associates: Illumina, Inc.

Jim Massie & Partners, LLC: Mirion Technologies

Jim Massie & Partners, LLC: Oneok

Kaplan Kirsch & Rockwell LLP: Jacksonville Aviation Authority

Kilpatrick Townsend Stockton LLP: Miller Industries, Inc.

Lincoln Park Group L.L.C.: Juul Labs Inc.

Marcus G. Faust, Pc: Abbey, Stubbs & Ford, LLC

Marcus G. Faust, Pc: Lincoln County, Nevada

Mcallister & Quinn, LLC: L3Harris Technologies (Formerly Known As Harris Corporation)

Mccaulley&Company: City Of North Olmsted

Michael Best Strategies LLC: Captain Ds, LLC

M.J. Simon & Company, LLC: Patientrightsadvocate.Org Inc.

Museum Of Science, Boston: Museum Of Science, Boston

National Health Advisors, LLC: Parachute Health

Natural Resource Results LLC: Restore America’s Estuaries

Prime Policy Group: Quva Pharma, Inc.

Rampy Northrup LLC: Mayo Collaborative Services, Inc.

Reston Strategy Group, LLC: Maxar Technologies Holdings, Inc.

Smits Speidell Consulting: Strategics Consulting On Behalf Of Caldwell County, Nc

Strategic Principles LLC: Tobacco-Free Kids Action Fund

Strategics Consulting, LLC: Caldwell County

Terrapin Strategy Inc.: Belen Aerospace

Terrapin Strategy Inc.: Profile Nourishment

Townsend Public Affairs, Inc: City Of Hesperia

Townsend Public Affairs, Inc: City Of Orange Cove

Townsend Public Affairs, Inc: South Orange County Community College District

Travel Tech: The Travel Technology Association: Travel Tech: The Travel Technology Association

Uptown Solutions LLC: Action Now Initiative, LLC

Venable LLP: Truman State University

Vnf Solutions, LLC: Lake Providence Port Commission

Vnf Solutions, LLC: Lake Providence Port Commission

Waller Consulting LLC: Eastern Plains Healthcare Consortium

Waller Consulting LLC: Logan County Colorado

Waller Consulting LLC: Logan County Colorado

Waller Consulting LLC: Wray Community District Hospital

West Front Strategies LLC: Blink Health Inc.

Windon Global Strategies: Innovative Federal Strategies (On Behalf Of Clients)

W Strategies, LLC: Phlow Corp.

New Lobbying Terminations

1607 Strategies, LLC: Humanity Forward

A10 Associates, LLC: Grupo Ecotek

Acg Advocacy: Centripetal Networks, Inc.

Acg Advocacy: Irell & Manella, LLP On Behalf Of Vlsi Technology, LLC

Acg Advocacy: Stringking

Acg Advocacy: Virtu Financial, LLC

Actum I, LLC: Chargebacks911

Acuity Strategic Partners LLC: Amicus Therapeutics, Inc.

Acuity Strategic Partners LLC: Apellis Pharmacueticals

Acuity Strategic Partners LLC: Paratek Pharmaceuticals

Acuity Strategic Partners LLC: Taysha Gene Therapies

Ajw, Inc.: Carbon Engineering

Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: Fort Lauderdale Downtown Development Authority

Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: Penobscot Nation

Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: San Manuel Band Of Mission Indians

Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: Zero Technologies LLC D/B/A Zerowater

Alignment Government Strategies: Connect Housing Blocks

Alston & Bird LLP: Ambature, Inc.

Alston & Bird LLP: American Benefits Council

Alston & Bird LLP: Mohawk Industries, Inc.

Alston & Bird LLP: National Music Publishers Association

Alston & Bird LLP: The Nrp Group LLC

American Capitol Group: Rajant

Analog Devices, Inc.: Analog Devices, Inc.

Avenue Solutions: Dewey Square Group On Behalf Of Bird Rides, Inc.

Ballard Partners, LLC: Andrew Lee

Ballard Partners, LLC: City Of Jacksonville

Ballard Partners, LLC: Colonial Management Group, Lp

Ballard Partners, LLC: Iaero Airways (F.K.A. Blue Skies Aerospace Group)

Ballard Partners, LLC: Papa, Inc.

Batie & Associates, LLC: Act House

Becker & Poliakoff, P.A.: National Association Of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals

Best Best & Krieger LLP: Rio Hondo-San Gabriel River Watershed Group

Blank Rome Government Relations: Blank Rome LLP (On Behalf Of Subsea 7 US LLC)

Blue Ridge Law & Policy, P.C.: Mortgage Bankers Association

Bluestone Strategies, LLC: Evolve Foundation International

Boundary Stone Partners: Aclima, Inc.

Boundary Stone Partners: Heirloom Carbon Technologies, Inc.

Boundary Stone Partners: Kimmeridge

Boundary Stone Partners: Novozymes North America, Inc.

Boundary Stone Partners: Vingroup USa, LLC (Dca Vinfast)

Bracewell LLP: Mothering Justice

Bracewell LLP: Sigma Corporation

Bracewell LLP: The Coalition For Renewable Natural Gas

Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP: The City Of Eufaula

Brown & Fortunato, P.C.: Promptcare Companies, Inc.

Brumidi Group: Vista Outdoor

Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney Pc: Allay Therapeutics

Calfee, Halter & Griswold LLP: Stella Maris

Capitol Partners, LLC: Breakthrough Schools

Capitol Partners, LLC: Global X

Capitol Tax Partners, LLP: Materion Corporation

Cfm Strategic Communications (Conkling Fiskum & Mccormick): Ocld Summit, LLC

Chamber Hill Strategies: Cic Health

Chic Productions, LLC: Smiths Detection Inc.

Cliff Madison: Fedex

Cogent Strategies LLC: Sotheby’s

Commonwealth Policy Solutions: Trisalus Life Sciences

Conaway Graves Group, LLC: Aristotle International, Inc.

Constantinople & Vallone Consulting LLC: Citizen Of New York

Constantinople & Vallone Consulting LLC: Ttm Ptp, Inc.

Cornerstone Government Affairs, Inc.: Ocmulgee National Park And Preserve Initiative

Crossroads Strategies, LLC: Nighthawk Biosciences, Inc.

Dla Piper LLP (US): Inter-Tribal Trade Consortium

D Squared Tax Strategies, LLC: Govbiz Advantage, Inc. On Behalf Of Aptera Motors Corp

D Squared Tax Strategies, LLC: Govbiz Advantage, Inc. On Behalf Of Arcimoto, Inc.

Echelon Government Affairs: Teledyne Technologies

Elevate Government Affairs, LLC: Airport Restaurant & Retail Association

Elevate Government Affairs, LLC: Airside Mobile, Inc.

Elevate Government Affairs, LLC: Rim Services, LLC

Federal Business Group: Advanced Concepts And Technologies Int.

Federal Hall Policy Advisors, LLC: Invictus Global Management

Federal Health Policy Strategies: Humacyte

Federal Health Policy Strategies: North American Partners In Anesthesia

Federal Policy Group, LLC: Cigar Association Of America

Federal Policy Group, LLC: Genie Energy, Ltd

Federal Street Strategies, LLC: Alkermes, Inc.

Fierce Government Relations: Bam Trading Services, Inc./Binance.US

Fierce Government Relations: Hugo Boss USa, Inc.

Fifestrategies, LLC: Aerojet Rocketdyne, An L3Harris Technologies Co (Fka Aerojet Rocketdyne Inc.)

Forward Global: National Park Foundation

Franklin Square Group, LLC: Algorand Inc.

Franklin Square Group, LLC: Intuit, Inc. And Affiliates (Formerly Intuit, Inc.)

Franklin Square Group, LLC: Landed, Inc.

Fti Government Affairs: Razom Inc.

Fulcrum Public Affairs LLC: Cambridge Boxhill Language Assessment Pty Ltd As Trustee For The Cambridge Boxhi

George J. Hochbrueckner & Associates, Inc.: Clear Cell Power, Inc

Gibbons P.C.: Department Of Military & Veterans Affairs, State Of New Jersey

Govbiz Advantage, Inc.: Arcimoto, Inc

Gray Global Advisors, LLC: Shipyard Creek Associates



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