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Project Catalyst: How DDC is Driving the Next Generation of Public Affairs Technology

Joey Smith, Vice President of Technology Delivery, discusses how DDC’s new technology methodology allows us to innovate more rapidly and cost-effectively – to ensure our clients are continually ahead of trends in politics & communications.

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Honoring Service Members with a Washington Tradition

B.R. McConnon, III, Chairman and CEO of DDC, recalls the No Greater Sacrifice Congressional Invitational’s early history, and how it reached new heights through the Beltway’s competitive spirit.

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Successfully Navigating the Changes to Regulations.gov and Making Your Voice Heard

Dan Murphy, Senior Vice President, discusses the updated Regulations.gov, and how DDC is helping our clients advocate efficiently and effectively.

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DDC Public Affairs Welcomes Katie Chipps, Vice President of PAC Services

Our new Vice President of PAC Services, Katie Chipps, brings nearly 20 years of experience and leadership in PAC compliance and reporting.

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DDirect Mobile: The Power of Data at Your Fingertips

Jake Chapiesky, Product Manager, tells the story of DDirect Mobile and the power of accessing your public affairs data anytime, anywhere.

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Creating a Strategy for Infrastructure Advocacy

Teresa Stepic & Katie Wright, SVPs of Client Relations, discuss Biden’s American Jobs Plan and the challenges it presents for key industries, such as energy, transportation and infrastructure.

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President Biden’s Open Table Bodes Well for Our Collective Future

Teresa Stepic, SVP of Client Relations, shares her thoughts on why Secretary Pete’s unique personal and professional voice will expand what’s possible for America’s transportation systems.

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Moving Your PAC Successfully through a Challenging Political Landscape

SVP of Strategic Communications & Engagement Shannon Manning presents her take on how to keep PACs moving forward in the aftermath of the 2020 election.

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