Lobbying After Federal Service: The Revolving Door, Shadow Lobbying, andCooling Off Periods for Former Government Officials
Project AdvisorKerr, Deborah L.
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This project is a product of the Bush School of Government and Public Service Consulting Capstone Program. It intends to create a database of post-government employment of senior executive branch officials to increase the knowledge about former executive branch officials’ post-government career paths. The project is performed for the research wing of the Congressional Research Service, the Library of Congress. The project lasted one academic year and involved nine second-year Master students, who have collected data, created a comprehensive database, and provided nonpartisan analysis presented in this final report.
ClientCongressional Research Service
DepartmentPublic Service and Administration
Akiashvili, Lela; Butt, Humna; Ferrell, Kirbie; Gray, Morgan; Gonzalez, Alexandra; Lin, Peiquan; Llubani, Megi; Morales, Elba; Woods, Dylan (2018). Lobbying After Federal Service: The Revolving Door, Shadow Lobbying, andCooling Off Periods for Former Government Officials. Available electronically from
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