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Government Relations Manager

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Corecivic Washington , DC 20319

Posted 2 months ago

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CoreCivic is currently recruiting for a Government Relations Manager to join our Partnership Relations team at our Washington, DC offices. You will assist the Managing Director by monitoring legislation and other public policy initiatives that has the potential to impact CoreCivic operations.

The Government Relations Manager is responsible for managing activities related to the company's legislative and federal agency outreach, and Political Action Committee (PAC) efforts, including attending Congressional hearings and meetings, and tracking and monitoring federal legislation. Conducts research and corresponds formally with internal and external sources.

Serves as liaison between lobbyists, consultants, and coalition groups. Researches and develops strategic messaging that enhances the company's reputation and relationships with stakeholders. Coordinates events related to stakeholder outreach efforts.


  • Monitors legislation impacting CoreCivic specifically and the correctional partnership industry in general.
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Government Relations Manager

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