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Welcome to AGRP

The American League of Lobbyists is now known as the Association of Government Relations Professionals. Read more.

Membership Has Its Privileges

AGRP Members can bring guests to AGRP events and programs at the member rate. What a great opportunity to show your clients and stakeholders you are by inviting them to the next Member of Congress Roundtable!

AGRP's Code of Ethics

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Members Come to AGRP

AGRP is fortunate to have many great Members of Congress participate in our Member Roundtable Series. These programs are the best way to hear right from the Members, for a reasonable cost, outside the fundraising environment.


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Robert Hay, Jr. Announced as AGRP’s New Executive Director

robert_hayWASHINGTON, D.C. – September 8, 2014 – The Association of Government Relations Professionals (AGRP) is pleased to announce that Robert Hay, Jr. CAE has been selected to serve as its next Executive Director. Mr. Hay is currently the Associate Director, Large Staff and Government Relations for ASAE: The Center for Association Leadership where... Read more

AGRP President on OMB Guidance re: Lobbyists Serving on Federal Advisory Committees

It is expected that OMB will release new guidance on federally registered lobbyists participation on federal boards and commissions.  As you may remember, President Obama issued an executive order directing agencies and departments in the Executive Branch not to appoint or reappoint federally registered lobbyists to advisory committees, boards, and commissions. Since the issuance of the executive order, AGRP has been advocating... Read more