At Brody Group we work with our clients to learn their objectives for the next quarter, and the next decade. Whether managing a single effort or an advocacy portfolio, we offer alternative solutions, expanded insight, and perhaps most important, we listen to you. We work in close and constant contact with our clients to define a bi-partisan public affairs strategy that will be both effective and bottom line efficient. Throughout this process, Brody Group Public Affairs adds value. The legislative process is complex; our job is to help make sense of it. When Congress is in recess, we go to work for you. When Congress is in session, we utilize our strategy to take your requests directly to Congress.

Our clients represent the future of manufacturing in North America. Our goal is to provide clients with legislative solutions for issues related to the federal budget, government marketing practices, economic development, policy implementation and more. We frequently represent clients with advanced technology initiatives seeking procurement integration to solve challenges facing the federal government.

Brody Group’s expertise focuses on legislative consulting and specializes in providing strategic solutions to clients focused on Industry 4.0 advanced manufacturing including robotics, additive manufacturing, digital thread, automation, AI, rare earth elements, aerospace, defense, and hypersonics. We successfully monitor legislation and hearings while maintaining a professional working rapport with a diverse group of legislators and staff. The firm currently lobbies on behalf of clients with issues before NASA, the Department of Commerce, and the U.S. Department of Defense.

A selection of legislation we have supported:

  • USICA the United States Innovation and Competition Act of 2022
  • Public Law 117-103 Fiscal Year 2022 Consolidated Appropriations bill
  • FY-22 Emergency Military and Humanitarian Supplemental Appropriations for Ukraine
  • America COMPETES and CHIPS legislation securing supply chains for semiconductors
  • Fiscal Year 2013-2022 enacted appropriations for the NIST Commerce Manufacturing Extension Partnership.
  • Fiscal Year 2013-2022 enacted Defense Appropriations and Authorizations.
  • Export-Import Bank charter reauthorization.
  • Fiscal Year 2013-2022 committee report language National Guard and Reserve Equipment Accounts.
  • H.R.1996 Coral Preservation Act to provide debt for nature swap to developing nations, which promote coastal marine preservation.
  • H.R. 5931 High Performance Green Building Act to encourage the GSA to require LEED certification for federal infrastructure programs.
  • S. 2384 SBA reauthorization to provide SBIR grant programs for venture backed small business.