Is Your Government Relations Team #SmartWorking?

There’s been a huge swell in lobbying activities in Washington during the COVID-19 pandemic as Congress swiftly enacts policies to help those impacted. Events like the COVID-19 pandemic typically alter the course for many sectors toward technologies and different methods they should have been using all along. So, it begs the question why are some government relations firms charging their clients $40,000, $50,000 and $80,000 per quarter? It’s outrageous. #Smartworking government relations firms will never cost that much.

@EPA and @USCG Continue Work in Tandem on Regulatory Framework for Discharges from Commercial Vessels

Shipping companies and seaports should be aware of the potential impacts of the VIDA national standards of performance currently being crafted. Do you know about ongoing and future developments of the VIDA regulations? If not, contact us at admin@canslerconsulting.com, or (202)714-2822.

FY 2020 Appropriations

Congress has adopted two packages of bundled FY 2020 appropriations bills, H.R. 1158 and H.R.1865. Combined, the two bills contain all twelve FY 2020 appropriations bills totaling $1.394 trillion in discretionary spending. H.R. 1158 contains the appropriations bills on Commerce-Justice-Science, Defense, Homeland Security and Financial Services. The total of H.R. 1158 is $860.3 billion. H.R. 1865…

U.S. House Agriculture Subcommittee Takes up Challenges in Global Food Supply Chain

On November 14, the U.S. House Agriculture Subcommittee on Livestock and Foreign Agriculture addressed the issue of invasive species and their impacts on the U.S. food supply chain. In his opening statement to begin the hearing Chairman of the Subcommittee, Jim Costa (D-CA) pointed out, “Along our southern border and in seaports across the country…

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