Jim Hodges, a former South Carolina governor who leads McGuireWoods Consulting’s national multistate strategies team, recently joined a former Virginia governor to discuss a proposed bipartisan healthcare measure on the Fox Business Network.
McGuireWoods Consulting today announced former state Representative Tricia Cotham has joined the state government relations practice as a vice president in the firm’s Charlotte office.
McGuireWoods Consulting sponsored a reception on June 20 at the Embassy of Romania in Washington, D.C., in conjunction with the SelectUSA Invest-ment Summit, a high-profile event that connects global companies and U.S. economic development organizations to facilitate business investment in the United States.
We pay tribute to our friend and colleague Danielle Dellerson Hayes, who valiantly fought a rare form of bile duct cancer for the past year before passing away June 22, 2017 at the age of 37.
McGuireWoods Consulting announced today that Laura W. Fornash, former Virginia Secretary of Education, has joined the firm as a senior vice president and co-leader of its National Education Practice.
Congress is back from recess this week. Over the break, House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee Chairwoman Lynn Jenkins (R-KS) and Ranking Member John Lewis (D-GA) released a discussion draft of The Taxpayer First Act, a bipartisan bill to improve the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) operations and tax administration procedures.
This Week: House and Senate committees release more legislation on opioids…Talk of taking back some of the spending from the just-passed budget deal…CMS releases final Medicare Advantage rule
Your weekly North Carolina political news report.
Raleigh was busy this week with legislative oversight committees beginning to wrap up their work for the 2017-2018 interim. Topics included IT projects, transportation, education, energy, school district division, and economic oversight. A handful of the committees put out legislative recommendations for consideration before the legislature in the 2018 short session.
With the session adjourning last week, your Atlanta firm wanted to share a quick update on where some of the major issues for the year finished. As always, if we can provide further information, just contact us.
The Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions released a draft bill on its approach on opioids.
The draft legislation would overhaul the tax collection agency and modernize its information technology infrastructure. The overall goal is to improve taxpayer services and customer experience with the IRS.
The Georgia Legislative Session adjourned last week. Read below to learn what changes you can expect in the state.
A $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill was signed into law March 23, 2018. Here's how the spending package affects the healthcare industry, by the numbers.
Chris Lloyd was asked to speak recently at a Seminar at the University of Missouri on "Seeking Better Value in Government: Emerging Strategies Seminar P3s & Best Value Procurement"