James Bayot

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James is responsible for monitoring, evaluating, and analyzing federal policy initiatives in Congress and the Executive Branch that affect the firm’s clients. He excels at providing clients with a comprehensive view of major actions and issues emerging on Capitol Hill through the coverage of Congressional hearings and briefings in the healthcare, energy, natural resources, and environment sectors. Additionally, James represents the world’s largest healthcare services company on federal policy issues, providing Legislative and Executive Branch monitoring, reporting, analysis, and advocacy. Previously, James worked for Congressional Quarterly where he was responsible for editing online publications, writing summaries of House legislation, and conducting research for staff writers.

  • Experience
    • Represents the world's largest healthcare services company on a wide range of healthcare policy issues before Congress and federal agencies.
    • Represents clients at trade association meetings.
    • Identifies federal funding opportunities for the firm’s clients.
    • Reports on Congressional hearings and briefings for the firm’s clients.
    • Tracks and analyzes relevant legislation and regulations for the firm’s clients.
    • Responsible for the firm’s lobbying activity reports.
  • Professional Affiliations
  • Awards & Honors
  • Government Service
  • News & Presentations
  • Thought Leadership

Education

George Washington University B.A., cum laude, 2004