New Presidential Transition Resource Launched

By Bloomberg Governmen, Special for  USDR

Bloomberg Government today announced the release of its new transition portal, which provides real-time updates on the presidential and congressional races, plus a valuable checklist for all government affairs  professionals.

Between now and Nov.8, the transition resource center will help government affairs teams prepare for the election-no matter the outcome.  Our checklist walks through the five transition stages most important in Washington and around the nation. From building the transition team to the inauguration and beyond, Bloomberg Government will cover all the  action.

The next four years start now. Bloomberg Government is all about arming Washington professionals with the tools and information they need to be successful. Savvy government affairs teams know this is a critical time and our resource center provides the information that matters  most.

“The 2016 election is just the beginning for government affairs professionals who will have to deal with the new Congress and administration in January — and what that means for the issues they and their clients care about,” said Arielle Elliott, Head of the Government Affairs business at Bloomberg Government, “Our new Transition Resource Center is the perfect complement to our legislative and lobbying tools that help users do their job every  day.”

Through Nov. 8, Bloomberg Government will offer a series of special events and webinars, in addition to the regularly updated transition information available on the web portal. Be sure to sign up in advance for key insights on the election, a pre-debate tailgate event, a Senate races to watch webinar, and deep-dive analysis from transition  experts.

To access the checklist and analysis, click here:  https://about.bgov.com/influence-in-transition/.

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