ATTENTION: The Office of Federal Relations has moved to Gervase Building 300.
ANNOUNCEMENT: The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) is partnering with our office to invite Georgetown staff, faculty and students to attend any of the panel sessions of their annual public policy conference free of charge. These will be on September 13 and 14, 2016 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in downtown DC. For more info and to register in advance, click here: http://georgetown.box.com/s/56rtju2d03lscczu15fe7ionuy3q2fj7.
The Office of Federal Relations serves the University community as the primary liaison to the federal government. The office's primary mission is to provide advocacy on behalf of the University on issues pertaining to higher education, in particular those affecting our students, faculty, and staff. The office is led by Scott S. Fleming (F'72), Associate VP for Federal Relations.
We work to serve the entire Georgetown University community and welcome your input, suggestions and inquiries. Please contact us if:
- You are interested in serving as a resource in pursuing Georgetown's federal relations agenda -- Speaking Out For Georgetown and Speaking Out From Georgetown;
- Your office or organization seeks an expert's guidance in written or verbal testimony or in other ways to further awareness and understanding of a particular issue relevant to the University;
- You have need for an intern that might be filled by an interested Georgetown student -- Posting an Internship Form;
- You are a student in search of an internship in the public policy arena -- Searching for an Internship Form;
- You are an alumn or student who wants to sign up to our Federal Relations Network mailing list -- Alumni FedNet Enrollment Form or Student FedNet Enrollment Form.
We are committed to strengthening our service to the entire university community including students, alumni and friends. We look forward to working with you to build on Georgetown's strengths and expand our ability to serve our students and the nation.