Washington Representation

The DC Strategies Group was founded in 2010 and is led by Mike Chapman and Jeff Kramer. Combining decades of policy experience in the nation’s capital, Chapman and Kramer bring a unique perspective to public affairs advocacy that includes business development and communications expertise. DC Strategies represents corporations, non-profits, NGOs and individuals on a wide range of federal regulatory and legislative issues directly impacting them.

DC Strategies offers the following public affairs services:

Congressional and federal agency representation including expertise with the Senate Banking Committee, House Financial Services Committee, Senate Energy and Natural Resources, House and Senate Appropriations, Senate Finance Committee, House Ways and Means Committee, Senate Commerce Committee, House Energy and Commerce Committee, Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, House Committee on Natural Resources, the White House, Office of Management and Budget, Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection, Securities and Exchange Commission, Federal Reserve Board, Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Federal Communications Commission, Federal Trade Commission, and the Federal Housing Financing Agency among others.

Expertise in legislative process of the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives, federal agency rule making, and the interplay between policy development and political activity at the grassroots level and in Washington, D.C.

Coalition development and advocacy on a specific issue or set of issues.

Crisis communications and lobbying management during major legislative and regulatory activity.

Management expertise of all areas of association and grassroots membership activity and membership acquisition.

Expert business acumen in driving new revenue streams for an association or grassroots membership group, non-profit and for-profit entities.

Message development for print, on-air, digital and social media channels for the advancement of policy positions.