Our Work

Representing Our Clients To The Fullest
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Our Work

In representing municipalities, airports, transit systems, not for profits, leading corporations and coalitions, we attempt to maximize their impact on the Federal process and policy they seek, while also minimizing the impact on the clients overall capacity.

Overall we offer ourselves as a resource to decipher the Federal bureaucracy and assure the client is making sound decisions to achieve their goals.

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Big Ideas, Big Results

Take a look at some of the organizations we work with. You’ll see cities, transportation and water agencies, arts organizations, coalitions, innovative non-profits, major corporations and other public, private and non-profit entities.

What Is The Connection?

Our clients understand that the decisions made in Washington have a direct influence on their organizational mission. Whether they are attempting to coordinate with Federal policymakers to build a mass transit system, guarantee clean and potable water for communities in need, or increase awareness of the impact of policy decisions on the music community, our clients require a thoughtful, effective approach to Washington that maximizes their chances for success in the policy process.

 

We shoot high and accomplish great things. BTBV takes on big issues and major challenges, from water quality in the west to cultural infrastructure to the future of mass transportation. We bring creative ideas and solutions to the table. Not only providing the traditional methodology of advocacy but drawing on multiple practices to meet our client’s needs through special projects like the Campaign of Low Income Home Energy Assistance, The Music Policy Forum and Policy In Focus practicums.

 

We’ve accomplished all this and much because of our commitment to core values. We win on substance, understand and respect the policy process, and refuse to ever give up on our aims and those of our clients. This is why we’ve been in business for over 35 years and intend to be around for at least another 35.