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The American Council on Renewable Energy hired Capitol Tax Partners LLP to work on legislative services related to energy tax policy. Melissa Mueller, former tax counsel for Democrats on the House Ways and Means Committee, will work on the account.

Stem Inc., an AI-driven energy storage company, hired Boundary Stone Partners to work on the Energy Storage Tax Incentive and Deployment Act, onsite storage for electric vehicle charging and the American Jobs Plan, including potential reconciliation legislation. Shane Skelton, former policy adviser for Republicans on the House Budget Committee, will work on the account.

CDP North America Inc., a provider of a global disclosure system for managing and reporting environmental impact, hired theGROUP DC to work on education about climate disclosure platforms. Eriade Williams, former deputy chief of staff for ex-Rep. Robert Brady (D-Pa.), will work on the account.


Analytics company SAS Institute Inc. hired Ballard Partners to work on unemployment insurance issues. Brian Ballard, former chairman of the Trump Victory Committee, will work on the account.


Bristol Myers Squibb hired Tarplin, Downs & Young LLC to work on prescription drug access, user fee reauthorization issues and innovation. Jennifer Young, former assistant secretary for legislation at the Department of Health and Human Services during the George W. Bush administration, will work on the account.

Maxim Healthcare Services LLC hired Thorn Run Partners to work on issues related to private duty nursing. Catherine Finley, former staff director for Republicans on the Senate Special Aging Committee, will work on the account.


NIC Federal LLC hired Holland & Knight LLP to work on federal budget and appropriations issues. Joel Roberson, former committee liaison for the House Republican Conference, and former Rep. Thomas Davis (R-Va.) will work on the account.

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