WASHINGTON--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Celebrated Maryland Governor and former Presidential candidate Martin O’Malley, Congressman Mick Mulvaney (R-SC), Congressman Glenn Nye (D-VA), and General (Ret.) Stanley McChrystal headline FiscalNote Inc.’s inaugural ReInvent Influence user summit today. Hosted by company cofounder and CEO Tim Hwang, the event brings together more than 200 leaders in government and government affairs focused on reinventing government affairs in the digital age at the Federal, state and local levels.
Increasing volumes of data, emerging industry disruptors, and an ever-changing regulatory landscape have rendered traditional lobbying techniques ineffective. Modern government affairs teams are instead using data and analytics to build bigger networks and expand their impact in this increasingly consequential time. FiscalNote offers the industry’s most advanced platform for collecting, analyzing and predicting regulatory and legislative outcomes and is used by leaders in both the non-profit advocacy and corporate sectors.
O’Malley will keynote at 9:30am on the impact of technology on the influence industry. Mulvaney, Nye and McChrystal will be in conversation with Hwang at 3:30pm discussing government affairs in a Trump Administration.
The closing conversation can be viewed as a livestream via FiscalNote’s Facebook page. Conference reports can be viewed throughout the day on Twitter using the hashtag #FNreinvent.
Other notable ReInvent Influence sessions include:
- Grassroots Advocacy in the Age of Mobile. This 11:45am session features Matt Fitting, grassroots advocacy manager for the American Heart Association; Matt Curtis, senior director of global government affairs and public policy for HomeAway; and moderator Ximena hartsock, president and COO of Phone2Action.
- Government Affairs 2.0: The strategic opportunity of the information age. This 10:45am session features Lisa Schroeter, global director for trade and investment policy at The Dow Chemical Company; Chris Massey, vice president of public policy at Zenefits; and moderator Joe Fawkner, director of strategic services for FiscalNote and former senior director at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
- A Technology Panel at 1:30pm features Corey Owens, head of global public policy for WeWork; Jamie Radice, head of communications and policy at Shift; and moderator Pablo Chavez, vice president of global public policy for LinkedIn.
- A Pharma and Healthcare Panel at 2:30pm features Adam Taliafaro, strategic planning for state and federal payment agencies for Bristol-Myers Squibb; Chris McGowan, director of government affairs for Omada Health; and moderator Michael Ferguson, federal policy team leader at BakerHostetler.
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See the agenda: https://reinvent.fiscalnote.com/sessions/
Meet the speakers: https://reinvent.fiscalnote.com/speakers/
FiscalNote has reinvented influence – dramatically improving the way organizations build and manage their relationships with all levels of government, enabling them to have maximum impact on legislation and regulation. Using proprietary analytics and breakthrough machine-learning techniques, the company’s government relationship management platform (FiscalNote GRM) is now the most effective tool for influencing Federal, state and local governments. Contextual insights are delivered via elegant workflow and outreach tools that support an enterprise-based approach to modern government affairs – and the entire system learns over time. FiscalNote has raised more than $30 million from prominent early-stage investors including Renren, First Round Capital, Green Visor Capital, NEA, Visionnaire Ventures, Steve Case, Mark Cuban and Jerry Yang/AME Cloud Ventures. The growing number of enterprise companies – from startups through global multinationals – depending on FiscalNote include Aetna, Akin Gump, Amazon, AstraZeneca, Blue Cross Blue Shield, BristolMyers Squibb, Expedia, HealthSouth, Lyft, Microsoft, SallieMae, Salesforce, Schlumberger, Southwest Airlines, Staples, Tate Incorporated, VMWare, and Walgreens. Non-profits and advocacy groups relying on FiscalNote include the Association of Global Automakers, the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Code.org, the Information Technology Industry Council, the Natural Resources Defense Council, the Republican and Democratic Governors Associations, and the University of Virginia’s Law School. FiscalNote is a 2016 World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer and founder Tim Hwang is a WEF New Champion.