Federal Government Relations
From a prime vantage point at the heart of the nation’s capital, the George Washington University plays an active role in influencing, informing and actively observing the federal government.
Our expert faculty members—including many former and current senior government officials—work closely with federal agencies, testify at congressional hearings and convene dynamic discussions among both government and university leaders to advance groundbreaking policies and programs.
From special events on campus to brownbag luncheons on Capitol Hill, our federal outreach sustains strong relationships between federal government officials and GW’s alumni, students and faculty. GW also looks for ways to collaborate with the federal government on important research priorities. And it seeks to inform decision makers about policies that will give our students and faculty the best opportunities to learn.