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Alternate job titles: Government Relations Officer | Public Policy Analyst/Liaison

Facilitates the involvement of the organization in government affairs. Analyzes and interprets government policies, evaluate potential impact to organization's operation. Conducts communications and interacts with government officials and agencies. Acts as a liaison between the legislative entities and the organization, responsible for any related queries. Reviews internal policies, plans, programs to ensure consistency with corresponding government regulations and laws. Provides top management with regular reports on business opportunities and documents legislation affecting company policies. more...



Alternate job titles: Government Relations Director | Public Policy Director

Directs an organization's policies and objectives involving local, state, and federal government affairs. Maintains and nurtures the relationships with government, associated authorities and all committees, legislatively represents and protects organization interests. Assists in the establishment of corporate strategies, policies and plans, which align with government laws, regulations and standards. Leads analysis of proposed legislative actions, determines the potential impact on the organization and develops appropriate responses. Monitors legislative and regulatory activities, promotes com more...


Alternate job titles: Government Relations Manager | Public Policy Manager

Administers and maintains policies and objectives involving local, state, and federal government affairs. Legislatively represents and protects organization interests by working with government, associated authorities and all committees. Manages staff who liaise between legislative entities and the organization, leads the communications and interactions, which aligns with corporate business strategies. Monitors legislative and regulatory activities, oversees the implementation of policies that support organizational goals. Analyzes proposed legislative actions and determines the potential impa more...


Alternate job titles: Top Government Affairs Executive (Federal Level) | Chief Federal Government Affairs Executive | Head of Regulatory Affairs | Vice President of Federal Government Affairs

The Vice President Government Affairs oversees analysis of proposed federal legislation to determine potential impact on the organization. Plans and directs an organization's policies and objectives involving matters of federal government and regulations. Being a Vice President Government Affairs requires a bachelor's degree. Establishes company positions on federal regulations and communicates positions internally and externally. In addition, Vice President Government Affairs typically reports to top management. The Vice President Government Affairs manages a business unit, division, or corpo more...



Alternate job titles: Government Accounts Sales Support Representative | Government Customer Sales/Success Representative

Develops new prospects and interacts with existing customers to increase sales of an organization's products and/or services to government agencies. Maintains and nurtures relationships with government customers. Prospects for new business opportunities. Meets or exceeds sales goals. Requires a minimum of an associate degree or its equivalent. Typically reports to a supervisor or manager. Occasionally directed in several aspects of the work. Gains exposure to some of the complex tasks within the job function. Typically requires 2 -4 years of related experience. more...


Alternate job titles: Top Government Affairs Executive (Federal Level) | Head of Regulatory Affairs | Vice President Government Affairs | Vice President of Federal Government Affairs

The Chief Federal Government Affairs Executive oversees analysis of proposed federal legislation to determine potential impact on the organization. Plans and directs an organization's policies and objectives involving matters of federal government and regulations. Being a Chief Federal Government Affairs Executive requires a bachelor's degree. Establishes company positions on federal regulations and communicates positions internally and externally. In addition, Chief Federal Government Affairs Executive typically reports to top management. The Chief Federal Government Affairs Executive manages more...



Alternate job titles: Top Government Affairs Executive (Federal Level) | Chief Federal Government Affairs Executive | Head of Regulatory Affairs | Vice President Government Affairs

The Vice President of Federal Government Affairs oversees analysis of proposed federal legislation to determine potential impact on the organization. Plans and directs an organization's policies and objectives involving matters of federal government and regulations. Being a Vice President of Federal Government Affairs requires a bachelor's degree. Establishes company positions on federal regulations and communicates positions internally and externally. In addition, Vice President of Federal Government Affairs typically reports to top management. The Vice President of Federal Government Affairs more...


Alternate job titles: Top Government Affairs Executive (State Level) | Head State Government Affairs Executive | Vice President of State Government Affairs

The Chief State Government Affairs Executive oversees analysis of proposed state legislation to determine potential impact on the organization. Plans and directs an organization's policies and objectives involving matters of state government and regulations. Being a Chief State Government Affairs Executive requires a bachelor's degree. Establishes company positions on state regulations and communicates positions internally and externally. In addition, Chief State Government Affairs Executive typically reports to top management. The Chief State Government Affairs Executive manages a business un more...


Alternate job titles: Top Government Affairs Executive (State Level) | Chief State Government Affairs Executive | Vice President of State Government Affairs

The Head State Government Affairs Executive oversees analysis of proposed state legislation to determine potential impact on the organization. Plans and directs an organization's policies and objectives involving matters of state government and regulations. Being a Head State Government Affairs Executive requires a bachelor's degree. Establishes company positions on state regulations and communicates positions internally and externally. In addition, Head State Government Affairs Executive typically reports to top management. The Head State Government Affairs Executive manages a business unit, more...



Alternate job titles: Top Government Affairs Executive (State Level) | Chief State Government Affairs Executive | Head State Government Affairs Executive

The Vice President of State Government Affairs oversees analysis of proposed state legislation to determine potential impact on the organization. Plans and directs an organization's policies and objectives involving matters of state government and regulations. Being a Vice President of State Government Affairs requires a bachelor's degree. Establishes company positions on state regulations and communicates positions internally and externally. In addition, Vice President of State Government Affairs typically reports to top management. The Vice President of State Government Affairs manages a bus more...


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