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Lobbying Disclosure Act/Edition II

31 July 2008

Briefing Papers
The Lobbying Disclosure Act, originally passed by Congress in 1995 and amended most recently in 2007, fundamentally expanded the definition of what constitutes “lobbying” of Federal Government officials and created a new system for keeping track of lobbying activity. Although the Act was not primarily targeted at federal contractors, its scope is broad enough to cover high- level contractor marketing and business development efforts as well as many contacts with senior federal customer representatives under existing contracts.

The team

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