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The President and Board of the Association of Government Relations Professionals (AGRP) are very disappointed to announce that as of April 18, AGRP will be winding down its operations. After a long-running legal dispute over a 2008 contract, AGRP’s Board believes it is no longer viable to continue operations. We know this news will come… [more]

Founded by the Association of Government Relations Professionals (AGRP) in 2006, the Lobbying Certificate Program (LCP) is today’s gold standard for certifying that government relations professionals possess in-depth knowledge of legislative and political processes plus the rules, regulations and ethics that shape lobbying requirements and are the key to success. The profession’s only certificate program Guided by… [more]

AGRP is pleased to partner with the Brad Traverse Group (www.bradtraverse.com) to help AGRP members with their careers and career development. Follow this link to view our job board and see the latest postings. AGRP members in good standing can have the registration fee to join Brad Traverse waived; contact us for more information.

The 1,100 member Association of Government Relations Professionals (AGRP), seeks an energetic, highly organized individual with good association management and communications skills and a solid understanding of public policy, to lead AGRP. The Executive Director assists the Board of Directors in formulating the organization’s mission, goals, objectives and related policies and is responsible for their… [more]

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Lobbying Certificate Program

Founded by the Association of Government Relations Professionals (AGRP) in 2006, the Lobbying Certificate Program (LCP) is today’s gold standard for certifying that government relations professionals possess in-depth knowledge of legislative and political processes plus the rules, regulations and ethics that shape lobbying requirements and are the key to success. The profession’s only certificate program Guided by… [more]

AGRP Winding Down Operations

The President and Board of the Association of Government Relations Professionals (AGRP) are very disappointed to announce that as of April 18, AGRP will be winding down its operations. After a long-running legal dispute over a 2008 contract, AGRP’s Board believes it is no longer viable to continue operations. We know this news will come… [more]

2016 Congressional Calendars

AGRP has received copies of the 2016 House and Senate calendars.  Commence planning fly-ins, Board meetings, and vacations. 2016 House Calendar 2016 Senate Schedule

The AGRP Job Board, Sponsored by Brad Traverse

AGRP is pleased to partner with the Brad Traverse Group (www.bradtraverse.com) to help AGRP members with their careers and career development. Follow this link to view our job board and see the latest postings. AGRP members in good standing can have the registration fee to join Brad Traverse waived; contact us for more information.

AGRP and Brad Traverse Group Announce New Partnership

ALEXANDRIA, VA – The Association of Government Relations Professionals (AGRP) announced today the signing of a partnership deal with noted career site The Brad Traverse Group (BTG) that makes the site the association’s official job board and career resources partner. Beginning today, AGRP will launch a new career page sponsored by The Brad Traverse Group… [more]

Accepting Resumes! AGRP Executive Director Position

The 1,100 member Association of Government Relations Professionals (AGRP), seeks an energetic, highly organized individual with good association management and communications skills and a solid understanding of public policy, to lead AGRP. The Executive Director assists the Board of Directors in formulating the organization’s mission, goals, objectives and related policies and is responsible for their… [more]

4 Questions with a Member: Henriette Carroll

Learn more about the members of the government relations community through AGRP’s 5 Questions with a Member Series.  We kick off our series with a profile of Henriette Carroll, President and CEO of State and Federal Communications. How did you get into the profession? I founded State and Federal Communications, Inc. in 1993 in Akron,… [more]

Member of Congress Roundtables

Strengthen your Congressional network without breaking your budget through AGRP’s Member Roundtable Series.  These off-the-record programs allow GR professionals to hear directly from key members of Congress on the current Congress’s agenda, what they see as key issues coming up on the floor or in their committees, and how the private sector can work more closely… [more]

About the Lobbying Certificate Program

Founded by the Association of Government Relations Professionals (AGRP) in 2006, the Lobbying Certificate Program (LCP) is today’s gold standard for certifying that government relations professionals possess in-depth knowledge of legislative and political processes plus the rules, regulations and ethics that shape lobbying requirements and are the key to success. The profession’s only certificate program Guided by… [more]

AGRP Annual Meeting 2015

AGRP is proud to announce that our keynote speaker will be Donald Rumsfeld, former Secretary of Defense. The AGRP Annual Meeting is the annual meeting for the advocacy and government relations profession.  No where else can you combine networking, information, education, and professional development in one place in Washington DC.  Join your colleagues from all industries… [more]