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Smiths Group was hosting a webinar on the NAFTA negotiations, and they needed a presentation deck that would match their corporate template. The concierge team created a custom deck to meet Smiths Group's needs.
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Conor Lamb is running as a pro-gun, pro-union, pro-drilling Democrat in a region where voters have defected from the party en masse. Republicans hope that tying him to Nancy Pelosi is all that’s needed to hold onto this seat—and perhaps the House majority.Read more
Some lawmakers say this is the political moment to get Border Patrol regulatory waivers on the books.Read more
The president is doing well with older, less-educated white men, but has a raft of problems with most everyone else.Read more
At least four are running for Congress or statewide office.Read more
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Network Science Initiative researches the connections between policymakers and key influencers. In May 2017, Luke Hartig, Executive Director of NSI, demonstrated this approach by mapping the connections shaping tax reform.
WIA provides an in-depth look at the information consumption habits of 1,200+ Washington insiders. This year's results tell us that Washington influentials are very confident in their personal ability to recognize news that has been fabricated, but they don't trust others' ability to do the same.
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