McGuireWoods Consulting has added four top Washington technology lobbyists to boost the already formidable capabilities it shares with the McGuireWoods law firm on emerging technology issues at the intersection of law, regulation and business.
McGuireWoods Consulting announced that Zach Johnson has joined its Atlanta office as an assistant vice president. Johnson, who is a Georgia Certified Procurement Associate (GCPA), will assist clients with legislative, regulatory and procurement matters before the Georgia General Assembly.
McGuireWoods Consulting’s Raleigh office celebrated its 10 th anniversary last night with a reception at its offices that was attended by clients, legislators, and state and local officials. Originally started by Senior Advisor Harry Kaplan and Senior Vice President Johnny Tillett, the Raleigh office opened its doors in 2007 and has steadily grown to become one of the largest government affairs practices in the state.
McGuireWoods Consulting is pleased to announce that Mona G. Mohib has been promoted to senior vice president. She is a member of both the Federal Public Affairs group and National Multistate Strategies team, where she works with governors, attorneys general and other state and local elected officials across the country.
McGuireWoods Consulting LLC, a nationally recognized full-service public
and government affairs firm, will mark its 20th anniversary and enter its third decade with a transition in its leadership
early next year.
Work at the General Assembly slowed down this week as snow covered Raleigh and the surrounding areas, resulting in most legislative committees delaying their meetings for the week, with the exception of Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Health and Human Services, which held their monthly meeting on Tuesday.
DRAMA OF THE WEEK: GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN - New Year, Same Drama. Lawmakers are facing yet another potential government shutdown — the current continuing resolution (“CR”) is set to expire on Jan. 19. Congress must pass another short-term funding bill to avert a shutdown. Despite weeks of negotiations, a long-term spending deal is still out of reach. The sticking points remain the same: discretionary spending levels, DACA, and border security.
This Week: Finance Held HHS Nominee Hearing, CHIP Doesn’t Cost So Much After All…CMS Launches New Bundled Payment Program…CMS Issues Guidance on Medicaid Work Requirements.
This week legislators returned to Raleigh for the first special session of 2018 and held interim committee meetings throughout the week.
WORD OF THE WEEK: PARITY Both the House and Senate are back this week, and it’s déjà vu. The continuing resolution is set to expire Jan. 19 — lawmakers must come to an agreement on funding for the remainder of fiscal year 2018 to avoid a government shutdown. Sound familiar?
Chris Lloyd recently was asked to give a legislative report on the General Assembly and be a panelist at the Virginia Economic Developers Association's Spring Conference on Building a Defensible and Transparent Incentives Policy.
Chris Lloyd was one of nine national site selectors that met with JAXUSA Partnership and was quoted in a article in the Jacksonville Daily Record.
Chris Lloyd spoke Tuesday, April 1, 2014 at Charlottesville Working Group's meeting on Development through Public Private Partnerships
Chris Lloyd spoke at the Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce on March 21, 2014 on Opportunities and Pitfalls - Lessons Learned from Virginia - Advancing I-74 with Public Private Partnerships
Chris Lloyd was invited to speak at the Chesapeake Economic Advisory Council on March 14, 2014