The GBA Hires Washington, DC Lobby Firm Rulon & White Governance Strategies

The GBA Hires Washington, DC Lobby Firm Rulon & White Governance Strategies

May 20, 2021, 04:20 ET | Source: Rulon & White Governance Strategies et al

WASHINGTON, May 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The Government Blockchain Association, (GBA), announces that they have retained the services of Rulon & White Governance Strategies et al to “pave the causeway in furthering regulatory adoption within the United States Government and internationally” as stated in Rulon & White’s GlobeNewswire release of May 4, 2021. This alliance will further strengthen the GBA’s engagement with U.S. Congress, SEC, Treasury, and the White House, opening more channels for communication and collaboration.

The Government Blockchain Association, GBA, is a 501-C industry association based in Washington DC with a global reach. The GBA has active chapters in 120 cities around the world, and over 50 Working Groups, including:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Acquisition Management
  • Budgeting, Accountability & Transparency
  • Cybersecurity
  • Education and Training
  • Elections/Voting
  • Financial Regulatory
  • Gaming
  • Identity Management, and more..

The GBA provides events, publications, training, networking, and communities of interest where blockchain enthusiasts, innovators, and developers can connect, communicate, and collaborate. As this technology continues to open opportunities that were previously untenable, new systems and ideas can be explored. Blockchain is maturing healthcare, identity management, land titling, money and banking, and so many other industries into more efficient, cost-effective, and citizen-enabling systems. Having Rulon and White Governance Strategies legitimizing and educating the U.S. Government on these issues will assist in making some crooked roads straight, indeed paving the causeway in further regulatory adoption.

“Crypto and blockchain adoption is a slow and winding process which involves effecting officials to contextually understand the logarithmic effects on legislation they sponsor utilizing an accumulated skill-set of legislative policy knowledge to make crooked roads straight for high tech-intensive retained clients,” said Mr. Todd White, Managing Partner, Rulon & White Governance Strategies et al.

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