Compass Consulting Group

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'Compass Consulting Group states on its website that it "excels in work with the Ohio Congressional Delegation and across the U.S. Senate. Furthermore, we recognize that Governors and other state and local elected officials represent a valuable, though underutilized asset for the business community in lobbying in Washington."[1]

Lobbying for American Electric Power

American Electric Power also spent $80,000 on Compass Consulting Group in 2008 and a further $20,000 to date in 2009.[2] The registered lobbyists were Ted Hollingsworth, Thomas F. Needles and Patrick A. Smith.

Clients

On its website, Compass lists clients as having included[3]:

Contact details

Website: http://www.compassconsulting.us/about.html

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References

  1. "Overview", Compass Consulting Group, accessed August 2009.
  2. "American Electric Power", Center for Public Integrity, accessed July 2009.
  3. Compass Consulting Group, "Clients", Compass Consulting Group website, accessed August 2009.

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