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Others view success in government relations as a matter of access, we know it is one of substance.
Achieving success requires separating your issues, priorities, and needs from the multitude of requests that arise daily in Washington.
In Washington D.C.’s “gridlock” culture, reliance on “access” is no longer a lasting or effective strategy. Increasing transparency demands and the reality that “access” is temporary places a premium on substance and a multi-level integrated advocacy approach.