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Eye on Washington: Government Relations and Public Policy Consulting

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Do you need assistance with your government relations program?

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Then you need Eye on Washington — a full-service shop for all of your needs, from lobbying to advocacy strategizing to grassroots management to monitoring and analysis of regulatory and legislative issues. We also offer these services at the state and local levels.


Eye on Washington Launches Campaign on Sequestration Issues

On behalf of client Federally Employed Women, Eye on Washington is producing a weekly series on the impact of the sequestration cuts. The series has already resulted in several radio interviews and extensive media coverage, as well as support from Capitol Hill staffers.
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Eye on Washington Compiles Voting Record Scorecard For 113th Congress

For a new FEW scorecard of the first session of the 113th Congress, we examined the ten most important votes and co-sponsorship status of bills acted upon by each congressional chamber, then rated lawmakers based on their actions. Each legislator earned 10 percentage points for acting in concert with FEW’s views. Curious how your legislators scored?
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Eye on Washington Forms Caucus for Wire Producers

On behalf of client American Wire Producers Association, Eye on Washington recently established a new House Congressional caucus from the ground up. The group has grown to over 20 members, with more expected. In September, Eye on Washington principal Janet Kopenhaver organized the caucus's first briefing, featuring an official from the U.S. Trade Representative's Office. The meeting room was packed for the event, with a standing-room only crowd.
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Eye on Washington Participates in Re-introduction of Equal Rights Amendment

Members of Congress and leaders of national women's organizations met outside the Capitol on 6/22/11 to support the re-introduction of the Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. More


Eye on Washington Statistics Get Nationwide Coverage

Statistics compiled by Eye on Washington's President, Janet Kopenhaver, for client Federally Employed Women were recently featured on the front page of USA Today. Download PDF

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Eye on Washington Around Town
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Due to their many high level contacts and professional relationships, Eye on Washington's principals are invited to and participate in scores of meetings, events and conferences. Visit our slide show of White House and Capitol Hill dignitaries in action. View


Recent Media Successes


CNN Interview
Janet Kopenhaver, president of Eye on Washington, recently completed a statistical research project for Federally Employed Women (FEW). After drafting and distributing a press release on the data she was contacted by the producers of Wolf Blitzer's "The Situation Room" on CNN, who wanted to broadcast a story about the statistics. Janet then arranged for the vice president of FEW to be interviewed for the segment. View

On the Web

Pay gap: How salaries compare by gender for federal employees
Women working for the federal government earn less than men overall but the gap is shrinking and most of the difference is due to women being more concentrated in occupations that are lower-paying. More

Report shows shrinking pay gap for federal employees, but few women are in top jobs
Uncle Sam's gender pay gap is not nearly as bad as it used to be, but what remains demonstrates the difficult nature of the problem. More

Federal Daily
Congressional report card: Lots of A's, but plenty of F's, too
A federal employee group that scores members of Congress on how consistently they support the interests of federal employees said its voting record scorecard for the first session of the 113th Congress shows a growing number of perfect and high scores among lawmakers—but also a soaring number of "zero" scores. More


FEW's Washington Representative, Janet Kopenhaver, continued her monthly appearances on Francis Rose's In Depth radio show. This month she discusses the campaign being launched by the Federal-Postal Coalition highlighting women in the federal workforce.
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In response to the report issued by the Office of Personnel Management about the gender pay gap in the federal government, Janet Kopenhaver, in her capacity as the Washington Representative for Federally Employed Women, hit back on the demise of the Federal Women's Programs in federal agencies which is the bigger problem.
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The Federal-Postal Coalition is launching a campaign to attract new federal employees that are still in elementary school. Janet Kopenhaver, the Washington representative for Federally Employed Women, explains to In Depth with Francis Rose how the Coalition is marketing agency positions that people dream of having, starting when they're little kids.

The House expects to vote this week on a clean bill to raise the debt ceiling. It has the potential to add another year of stability to the federal government.

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