Tactical, Operational & Strategic Analysis of Markets, Competitors & Industries
From July 4, 1789, when the new Federal Congress passed its first tariff act, businesses have been interested in following developments on Capitol Hill. Federal regulations took off at a slower pace but arguably have become of even greater interest to business.
Peggy Garvin, Garvin Information Consulting, will skip ahead to 2013 to discuss how new, free resources can help you anticipate and monitor developments in Washington. The webinar will cover the most helpful features of the new breed of tools and provide the political and procedural context that will aid your analysis of federal actions.
Key Learning Objectives
· Become familiar with new, free resources for monitoring legislative and regulatory actions
· Enhance analysis with a basic understanding of how the legislative and regulatory processes work
· Enhance analysis with a basic understanding of the effects and the limits of federal actions on companies, markets, and industries
About the presenter:
Peggy Garvin, MLS (Syracuse University), is an independent information consultant specializing in U.S. government information and government publishing trends. She focuses on helping other professionals make the most of government information in their work. Peggy has authored several books on government information research; most recently, she edited Government Information Management for the 21st century: International Perspectives (London: Ashgate Publishing, 2011). Peggy chairs the SLA Public Policy Advisory Council and is the communications director of the Government Information Division, having previously served as its chair. Peggy has organized and led many SLA educational sessions over the years and has conducted webinars for SLA and for the Association of Independent Information Professionals (AIIP). She was presented with the SLA Dow Jones Leadership Award in 2011 in recognition.