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J. ALOYSIUS HOGAN, ESQ. Cell: 202-957-9400 Vienna, Virginia 22182 Email: HoganEsq@gmail.com Seeking VP | Director Government Affairs Principal government affairs advisor to associations, U.S. Senators & Reps, law firm & Fortune 500 corps Attorney with 20+ years of legislative, legal, and regulatory compliance experience; B.S. w/ Biology major Director of up to 4 offices, 17 staff, and $1.5 million budget Expertise: Energy/Enviro/Transp, Defense/Homeland, Aero, Ed, Labor, Elections, Health, Appropriations Hogan & Associates Consulting 2011-Present Founder & Government Affairs Director Assist federal government contractors, political campaigns and federal & state government relations clients Jackson Lewis LLP 2009-2011 Counsel, Legislative Director & Registered Lobbyist Duties: Practiced law & government affairs for world-top-100 law firm specializing in labor, healthcare & employment law; Drafted legal briefs, testimony, policy analyses, legislative summaries, position papers, reports, outreach memoranda & PowerPoints; Supervised compliance; Led government affairs strategies Accomplishments: Secured witness spot for Senate hearing & drafted testimony/answers for the record; Drafted regulatory comment to Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission which decided in client's favor; Briefed 100s of Congressional staff, associations, corporations & attorneys; Built coalition of 80+ associations; Thwarted major legislative threat to employers; Planned & executed fly-in for major ass’n Republican National Convention 2008 Media Relations Director Duties: Fielded press calls, Exchanged info w/ 13,000 media, Set up press conferences, worked w/ bloggers Accomplishments: Obtained over a million earned-media hits for candidates as a result of the convention US Congressman Paul C. Broun, M.D. 2007-2008 Chief of Staff-Science & Resources & Homeland Member Duties: Served as Congressman’s principal advisor; Oversaw all communications; Hired all 17 staff & reviewed performance; Managed $1.5 million annual budget; Set up 4 offices Accomplishments: Actively engaged in Doctors Caucus & Healthcare Leadership Task Force, including drafting healthcare legislation; Made about 3 million constituent contacts; Innovated w/ business reply mail & mailing DVD of speeches; Achieved 97% name ID & 75% favorability; Assembled staff w/ 70+ years’ experience; Introduced 20 bills & 20 amendments—most active freshman legislator; Achieved #1 immigration rating; Created & led Property Rights Action Caucus with weekly intellectual & real property newsletter; Used shuttle diplomacy to negotiate Department of Homeland Security aviation rulemaking US Senator James Inhofe 2001-2007 Legislative Director & Representative to Leadership Whip Team Chief Counsel to US Senate Committee on Environment & Public Works (Chairman Inhofe) General Counsel for Armed Services & Indian Affairs Committees Member Duties: Served as Senator’s principal legislative advisor; Managed/hired 10 staff positions; Served as a principal committee leader; Orchestrated oversight hearings; Briefed on appropriations, authorization & budget; Drafted strategy, letters, speeches, legislation, testimony & bullets; Handled all appropriations Accomplishments: Appropriations: Enacted many appropriations: CDBG, education, energy, healthcare; Energy and Environment: Worked closely with Democrats to authorize Energy Savings Performance Contracts—Awarded by US Energy Assoc. & Alliance to Save Energy; Amended the Marine Mammal Protection Act to ease strictures for national security and research; Enacted prohibition on regulation of hydraulic fracturing; Enacted prohibition on regulation of stormwater drainage for oil & gas construction; Amended Endangered Species Act to allow Integrated Natural Resource Management Plans in lieu of critical habitat designation; Defeated McCain-Lieberman climate legislation on the Senate floor twice in two Congresses; Aerospace and Aviation: Enacted Commercial Space Launch Amendments Act of 2004; Enacted Age-60 Pilot Act; Enacted Essential Air Service legislation, Enacted Southwest Airlines bill; Defense and Foreign Policy: Enacted Cmte on Foreign Investment in the US (CFIUS) legislation (FINSA); Passed comprehensive China strategy development; Enacted Armed Forces Radio and Television Service programming threatened by “fairness” restrictions; Enabled USO to purchase from GSA schedule (saving millions); Passed support for prayer at military academies; Next year passed support for military chaplains' prayer; Had Senator testify about UN headquarters renovation vs. rebuild; Enacted law obtaining first public accounting of US contributions to United Nations US Senator Chuck Hagel 2001 General Counsel for Energy & Resources, Foreign Relations Cmtes Member Duties: Staffed committee work; Communicated with constituents, associations & non-profits; Drafted analyses; Developed appropriations/budget agendas; Participated in conferences; Briefed Senator Accomplishments: Amended the McCain-Feingold campaign finance legislation with amendment-splitting trick; Successfully pushed the 43rd President to oppose global warming legislation in the early days of the Administration by working closely with Energy Policy Task Force, Cabinet Members & energy moguls US Cong. Joe Knollenberg 1999-2001 Legislative Director for Appropriation & Budget Member Duties: Managed 8 staff; Designed agendas for Appropriations, Budget, Policy Cmtes & Leadership Message Team; Served agency best-practices review; Coordinated with think tank & business coalitions Accomplishments: Led 2 energy caucuses; Successfully pushed for enactment of two annual VA/HUD appropriations bills and two Energy & Water appropriations bills; Obtained CDBG funds; Successfully led initiatives for energy research, energy plant optimization, auto research & fuel cells; Negotiated Michigan bus and highway funding; Led university push for nuclear engineering funds; Led drive for cancer research with medical isotopes; Enacted fuel economy law; Traveled worldwide for nuclear oversight; Enacted SWEETEST Act to eliminate saccharin warning; Led analysis of Army Corps of Engineers; Obtained wildly successful hearing & markup on DoE mandates; Successfully pushed Data Quality Act enactment; Enacted 15 funding limitations; Commenced 3 Inspectors General investigations resulting in new spending rule; Initiated suit regarding science in National Climate Assessment; Addressed Ozone Transport Commission on CO ; O2tained Time Magazine coverage of bad science at EPA; Obtained Science Committee hearing & a witness spot in another Science Committee hearing; Drafted hearing testimony US House of Representatives Committee on Resources (Chair Don Young) 1997-1999 Counsel Duties: Served as Liaison to Appropriations & Budget Committees; Wrote fiscal analyses; Orchestrated hearings on Results Act, NEPA, budget; Worked on Leadership Task Forces; Graded agency performance Accomplishments: Achieved 2 years of prominent Washington Post coverage of agency & department performance; Thwarted nomination of Council on Environmental Quality Chair; Via hearings & oversight, exposed deficiencies of National Environmental Policy Act & deviation of Environmental Impact Statements from Congressional intent; Passed NEPA Parity Act; Enacted NEPA dispute resolution US Senate Committee on Rules (Chair John Warner) 1997 Assistant Counsel Duties: Investigated legal and regulatory compliance, involving bribery, forgery, voter fraud, government officials & corporations; Conducted sensitive hearings Accomplishments: Completed thorough review of evidence; Ensured rapid conclusion to investigation National Republican Senatorial Committee (Chair Alphonse D’Amato) 1995-1997 Deputy General Counsel Duties: Developed compliance handbook; Gave seminars on election, finance, postal, telecom, copyright, and ethics issues; Wrote legal reports & updates; Operated compliance help line on campaign finance & election law; Resolved compliance issues at Federal Election & Federal Communications Commissions Accomplishments: Gained a net of 4 U.S. Senate seats; Concluded dozens of list exchange contracts Congressional Institutes, Inc. 1992-1995 Professional Writer/Attorney Analyst Duties: Wrote & updated chapters in legal texts; Researched legal updates; Facilitated legal seminars Accomplishments: Had my writing and research published in several editions of textbooks Attorney Experience: Judicial Clerkship; National Institute for Trial Advocacy; National Bar; Public Defender Education: Notre Dame Law School, J.D. 1991; University of Notre Dame, B.S. (Biology major) 1987 Honors: Notre Dame Scholar, Honors Program, Graduation with Distinction, English Award Skills: NY & DC Bars, French (9 yrs), Spanish (3 yrs), Microsoft Office, Thomas, Lexis, Westlaw Avocations: Golf, Marathons, Ice Hockey, Photography, Homeless Centers, Travel, Teaching CCD, Coaching
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