The US Congress holds tremendous power and shapes the way IT related regulations are envisioned and enacted. The whole idea is to develop a system of checks...
Author - Brad Fitch
Brad Fitch is Deputy Director of the Congressional Management Foundation (CMF), a non-profit, non-partisan organization that advises congressional offices on how to improve operations. After working as a radio and television reporter in the mid-1980's, Fitch began working on Capitol Hill in 1988.
During his 13 years on Capitol Hill, he served in a variety of positions for four Members of Congress in the House and Senate, including: press secretary, legislative director, and chief of staff. He is also the author of Media Relations Handbook for Agencies, Associations, Nonprofits, and Congress. Fitch has spent 20 years in Washington as a journalist, congressional aide, and consultant. He served as editor of Setting Course: A Congressional Management Guide for the 108th Congress and 109th Congress editions. He currently is overseeing a two-year project to improve communications between grassroots organizations and Congress.