Washington Insight

This blog features insights into the people, policy and politics that make the nation’s capital tick. You’ll read the Washington office’s take on current events in the U.S. political sphere that impact the economy, SCOA’s business sectors and our relationships with American lawmakers.

Politics

May 24, 2024

Thought of the Week: Every Good Boy Does Fine; FACE. Good Boys Do Fine Always; All Cows Eat Grass. No, The Washington Connection does ...
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LeVar Burton of Reading Rainbow wants you to read more books
Politics

May 17, 2024

Thought of the Week: Earlier this month, as I sat in my corner spot on the couch, scrolling through On Demand and Netflix, looking ...
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Politics

May 10, 2024

Thought of the Week: I try to watch Jeopardy every chance I get. My strengths are typically categories like Sports, U.S. Politics, and American ...
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Politics

May 3, 2024

Thought of the Week: As part of my volunteer work, I recently attended a golf event to benefit a charity organization for American servicemen ...
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Politics

April 26, 2024

Thought of the Week: The Big Year is an American comedy starring Jack Black, Owen Wilson, and Steve Martin. The film is based loosely on ...
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Politics

April 19, 2024

Thought of the Week: We all live in a bubble of our own making. We surround ourselves with those who think like us, have ...
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April 12, 2024

Thought of the Week: Before becoming a university professor and management consultant, my father was a small college basketball coach. He brought that experience ...
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April 5, 2024

Thought of the Week: Although the cherry blossoms on the Tidal Basin peaked early this year, it’s Spring Break season in Washington. While tour ...
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Politics

March 28, 2024

Thought of the Week: I’ve dated myself numerous times writing this blog over the past several years. At the risk of doing it again, ...
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Politics

March 22, 2024

Thought of the Week: If a group of eagles is called a convocation, a group of ravens a conspiracy, and a group of crows ...
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About SCOA’s Washington D.C. Office

SCOA has held a presence in the U.S. capital for over 40 years, serving as the
company’s link to policymakers and important legislation that can impact our diverse business portfolio. Today, the office serves two important functions: the first, a research arm that digs into the economic variables of policy and foreign relations. The other as a government liaison and lobbyist on behalf of SCOA. If you are seeking information or need assistance influencing outcomes pertinent to your area of business, SCOA’s D.C. office is an invaluable resource at your disposal.

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