Pay-to-Play and Procurement Lobbying

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Procurement Lobbying Laws

Federal and state procurement lobbying (pay-to-play) laws are designed to ensure politicians and career government employees aren’t accepting bribes in exchange for government contract business. These laws require frequent disclosure of procurement lobbying activities, which may also include certain personal and business political and charitable contributions. Disclosure may include the individual employees, officers and directors of the bidding company, and certain family members. In certain instances, political contributions may be restricted for those individuals and/or companies seeking to conduct business with a government agency.

How Centurion Group Can Help

Our team is prepared to assist you with as much or as little as needed. We can assist in the development of new compliance programs or with the evaluation of existing programs, offering economical options for meeting regulatory requirements while maintaining/maximizing efficiency; driving savings to your bottomline.

Busy professionals don’t have time to worry about completing paperwork or online forms required by various lobbying or ethics commissions. We take the worry out of the equation and do all the work for you. Our seasoned professionals assess your compliance needs to ensure legislative, procurement lobbying and pay-to-play laws are followed. Our knowledge and experience ensure that our clients comply with mandated disclosure in an accurate and timely manner.

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