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Pitney Bowes nabs Ways and Means trade attorney

Caught Our Eye Posted by Keturah Hetrick on Monday, October 24, 2016

A House Ways and Means Committee trade attorney is putting her stamp on Washington by going to Pitney Bowes, the struggling business mailing giant.

Nasim Deylami Fussell began a position as senior manager of government and regulatory affairs this month with the company, a member of the S&P 500 with $3.6 billion in annual sales last year. The company has spent nearly $1.3 million on lobbying so far this year, all on postal issues. Pitney Bowes has been known traditionally for facilitating shipping and mailing by businesses but as that business has declined, it has been trying to expand into e-commerce, location intelligence and customer information management solutions.

Will a Senate aide turned lobbyist save history?

Caught Our Eye Posted by Keturah Hetrick on Friday, October 21, 2016

A decade-long Senate aide has made her first spin through the revolving door. Janelle DiLuccia has filed as a lobbyist shortly after beginning her position as associate director of public lands policy for the National Trust for Historic Preservation this month.

The West Virginia native most recently worked as a senior legislative assistant for Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) and had held various positions with former Sen. Tim Johnson (D-S.D.) since 2005.

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