Organizations have traditionally viewed their government affairs (GA) teams as a cost center, with only a vague understanding of how or whether the teams have any impact whatsoever on corporate business goals. But in today’s increasingly complex business and political environments, the GA function is more consequential than ever.
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Government affairs has changed. Increasingly complex legislative and regulatory processes, along with the explosion of available government-related data, have dramatically altered what “success” even looks like for government affairs professionals. While rolodexes and face-time still matter, relationship building alone is no longer sufficient for anyone looking to maximize their influence. Instead, successful government affairs teams are beginning to turn to analytics in order to augment their own knowledge with the power of big data.
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The digital revolution has transformed most industries in ways that were unforeseeable just a few years ago. As this transformation has impacted business models themselves, professionals in many industries are finding that the very definition of success looks very different than it has in the past. The widespread adoption of new technologies has rendered many business practices less important, or even obsolete, forcing professionals and teams to acquire new skills and develop new success metrics.
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When seizing opportunities for growth in health insurance, the most effective teams are proactively leveraging analytics along with their internal knowledge to manage a legislative and regulatory strategy in uncharted landscapes.
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"I was able to show my boss that the House sponsor of the bill had not been effective in passing prior education bills, and had poor scores for bipartisan support. We decided we could stop our work on that bill, which saved us time and resources."
"FiscalNote allows our team to really stay on top of everything in each state. … Our team universally endorses it, it’s a product we love."
"FiscalNote makes the process more shareable – not just with members, but internally with staff. It’s not all kept on one spreadsheet that can fall out of date quickly."
"I am a major supporter of FiscalNote. Our move to their system has really increased our efficiency and efficacy on the government relations front."
As the founder and CEO of FiscalNote, Tim was recognized to the 2016 Forbes 30 Under 30 list. Prior to starting FiscalNote in Silicon Valley, he started his career in politics as a field organizer for the Obama '08 campaign. He was elected to the Montgomery County Board of Education a year later. Tim also served as the President of the 750,000-member National Youth Association.
Gerald is the Chief Strategy Officer and co-founder of FiscalNote. He has been working at start-up organizations since he was fifteen years old. He founded his first company, an online dessert decorations store, in high school.
Janet joined FiscalNote after building her career in software companies on a set of diverse experiences, including leading product marketing groups and a software engineering division at AOL; serving as CMO of TMNG Global (now Cartesian), a publicly traded management consulting company; and playing a lead marketing role in a series of start up technology companies, including Fishbowl. Janet started her career as an intelligence analyst at the CIA.
Taj heads the Client Success and Professional Services teams at FiscalNote. He is responsible for ensuring that FiscalNote delivers on its promise of helping clients achieve their desired outcomes through FiscalNote’s products and services.
Justin leads the Business Development team at FiscalNote. He is responsible for creating business strategy, sales infrastructure and growth in market share. In addition to FiscalNote, he has built businesses at Tumblr and Zillow. The common theme throughout has been to unlock data for better decision making and marketplace transparency.
Vlad leads the Data Science team and is responsible for guiding research and development into advanced methods for analyzing, modeling and extracting knowledge from the growing amount of data across the company. He brings more than nine years of experience developing state-of-the-art machine learning algorithms for a broad range of natural language processing (NLP) applications in a number of academic and industry settings.
Ajay leads a very talented team of engineers at FiscalNote committed to building the best GRM on web and iOS devices. He is responsible for ensuring that the FiscalNote platform is industry-leading in both features and availability.