- Lobbying by US Investigations Services LLC
Lobbyists named here were listed on a filing related to this lobbying engagement. They may not be working on it now. Occasionally, a single lobbyist whose name is spelled two different ways on filings may be represented twice here.
|Stephen M. Ryan||1987-91: Gen Counsel, Govt Affairs Comm, US Senate; 1986: Asst US Attorney, DC; 1984-86: Deputy Counsel, President's Commission on Organized Crime. Senate; 1986: Asst US Attorney, DC; 1984-86: Deputy Counsel, President's Commission on|
|David Ransom||2007-08: Sr Communications and Policy Advisor, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer; 2002-06: Communications Director, House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer; 1999-2001: Communications Director, House Committee on Administration (Steny Hoyer, Ranking Member). House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer; 2002-06: Communications Director, House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer; 1999-2001: Communications|
|edward eynon||2000-02: Deputy Chief of Staff, Rep. Shadegg; 1998-99: Counsel, Rep. Gallegly; 1997-98:Investigative Counsel, House Government Reform and Oversight Committee 1998-99: Counsel, Rep. Gallegly; 1997-98: Investigative Counsel, House Government|
|Anne Marie Turner||2012-13: Sr Counsel, House Committe on Financial Services; 2007: Sr Counsel, Senator Trent Lott; 2005-06: Associate Special Counsel Select Bipartisan Committee to Investigate the Preparation for and Response to Hurricane Katrina; 2003-07: Counsel, House Committee on Government Reform|
Once a lobbying engagement begins, the lobbyist or firm is required to file updates four times a year. Those updates sometimes change which lobbyists are involved or add new issues being discussed. When lobbyists stop working for a client, the firm is also supposed to file a report disclosing the end of the relationship.
Source: Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives and Secretary of the Senate