Regulatory And Legislative Research Specialist

Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. Mclean , VA 22107

Posted 2 months ago

Job Description: Job Number: R0038464

Regulatory and Legislative Research Specialist

Key Role:

Maintain responsibility for monitoring federal, state, and local congressional and agency developments of interest to the company. Provide legislative and regulatory analysis and background information. Maintain responsibility for developing and maintaining relationships with internal organizations and congressional contacts, public officials, and external entities, as needed. Assist with the development of a firm-wide annual fiscal year legislative strategy. Develop, coordinate, and implement programs to ensure the business interests of the organization are reflected to the best advantage with regard to legislative and regulatory programs.

Basic Qualifications:

  • 3+ months of experience as an intern in a corporate government affairs office

  • Experience with legislative and regulatory analysis and background research

  • Ability to work well independently and as a part of a collaborative team

  • Scheduled to obtain a BA or BS degree by June 2019

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Regulatory And Legislative Research Specialist

Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.