Government affairs professionals are tasked with educating their stakeholders on complex issues. We make this job easier by providing ready-made, customizable PowerPoint slides covering a wide range of issues.
We have expertise in policy research and are skilled in graphic design and data visualization.
Do you need visually appealing content to achieve your organization’s goals? Trust our team of experts to make your message stand out and resonate with your stakeholders.
We have expertise in policy overviews, data visualization, data mapping, slide cleanup, graphic design, animated data charts, heat mapping, data mining, and more.
Who do advocates need to influence in order to shape policy? How do they reach them? NSI conducts deep research on people and organizations, maps the connections among them, and illuminates viable pathways to exerting influence.
Our expertise is based on the application of network science, which uses rigorous methodology to understand people relationships, and the experience that comes from serving more than 50 of Washington’s leading organizations. NSI Executive Director Luke Hartig leads a team of 17 analysts, who track more than 30,000 people, organizations, and verified network connections.
How do leading companies and associations know—and prove —that their advocacy is effective? Ballast solves this problem through research and insights culled directly from federal and state policymakers.
Our expertise is advising government affairs leaders with exclusive research on brand reputation and advocacy strategy.
Are you adequately resourced to support key priorities and initiatives in the coming year? National Journal’s resource benchmarking study examines current and future budgeting, headcount, and investment trends among leading government affairs offices .
We have expertise in equipping organizations with the information they need to identify how their spending and staffing levels compare to their peers in the policy community.
National Journal’s Washington in the Information Age report is the only one of its kind–providing key insights on the media consumption habits of Congressional staffers and other Washington insiders.
We have expertise in providing guidance on how your organization can adapt and tailor engagement strategies, and how trust and influence have shifted since the 2016 election cycle.
Published every day that Congress is in session, National Journal Daily is your source for everything happening on the Hill.
We have expertise in analyzing critical issues, and have been a trusted, non-partisan resource to Washington influencers since 1969.
Hotline’s Wake-Up Call and Latest Edition preview the day’s top stories and provide 360° coverage of elections across the country.
Powered by the intelligence of National Journal’s Hotline, Race Tracker has been the go-to source for data on elections, campaigns, and candidates since 2010.
We have expertise in compiling and analyzing data and polls from the races that matter most to you.
National Journal’s Daybook will keep you up to date with the most important events and hearings in Washington. With our iOS mobile app , you can access the Daybook on the go.
We have expertise in ensuring Washington professionals never miss an important hearing, vote, or briefing.
Published since 1972, The Almanac of American Politics provides political operators with profiles of every member of Congress, and demographic and historical election data by state and congressional district. The digital edition also includes updated directories for all federal staff.
We have expertise in keeping up with the high volume of Capitol Hill staff turnover and providing updated and accurate contact information for your outreach.