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Getting the Most out of the Federal Appropriations Process

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Cloyd Heck Marvin Center

800 21st Street Northwest

Continental Ballroom

Washington, DC 20052

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This event is co-hosted between FiscalNote, The Graduate School of Political Management at George Washington University, and the Grassroots Professional Network.

The federal government supports the work of multiple organizations, both directly and indirectly, from education and healthcare, to defense and energy.

But when the time comes to get in line for those all-important appropriations dollars, how do ensure you’re high up on the list?

Learn when’s the best time to influence the process, how to advocate for appropriate funding, and analyze, review and advise your stakeholders on what’s happening.

And, perhaps most importantly, what do you do if it looks like you’re not about to make the cut this year?

Moderator: Chuck Conlon Editor, House Action Reports

Panelists:

Mike Fulton Head of Public Affairs Asher Agency

Sudip Parikh Senior Vice President and Managing Director for DIA America

Jennifer Stiddard Head of Government Relations for the Association of Community College Trustees

Craig Sharman Director, Federal Government Relations Johnson Controls

Registration: Registration is required with a business email address or GW email address.

By registering for this event, attendees acknowledge they may receive follow up information from The George Washington University's Graduate School of Political Management, FiscalNote, and the Grassroots Professional Network.

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Washington, DC 20052

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