Coalition Building & Advocacy
We are experts in assisting in the development of effective issue campaigns and advocacy plans that connect diverse stakeholders. The firm maintains strong working relationships with state legislative offices, congressional offices, committee staff, and agency personnel. We regularly monitor committees and agencies focused on transportation, natural resources, economic development, housing, land use, and Native American, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian interests.
Issue Management & Local Solutions
NSG works closely with clients to identify core issues and determine the right structure for community problem solving, from small community discussions, to national conferences. NSG is also experienced in working collaboratively to develop communication plans that connect with people through a variety of formats.
Social Performance & Community Sustainability
NSG assists in comprehensive strategy development that balances respect for Indigenous cultures and traditions with community needs for economic development and infrastructure. Our team is experienced in advising companies and institutions on developing collaborative relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders.
NSG In addition to obtaining official and legally required permits and authorizations such as resource extraction companies seeking a Social License to Operate from Indigenous communities.
Strategy & Business Development
NSG offers a depth of business expertise to companies, organizations, and tribal-based entities. We help clients form respectful, mutually supportive collaborations, offering value to all parties. NSG has found collaboration, engagement, and participation are principles that maximize client benefits, whether the client is a multinational corporation or a rural village. NSG emphasizes a process of dialogue and relationship-building that brings enduring success to its wide-ranging clientele
The Arctic Report
The Arctic report is a weekly service from NSG. We attend a number of Arctic-related events, hearings and conferences in DC and Alaska to report on the dialogue surrounding Arctic policy, which includes transportation, resource development (oil, gas, minerals), renewable energy, telecommunications, Indigenous Peoples affairs, economic development & investment, national security, Coast Guard, foreign affairs & Arctic Council, environment & climate change, fisheries, infrastructure, shipping–a wide range of topics important to you. In addition to reporting on live events, issues include special features such as exclusive interviews with policy experts and business leaders, list of upcoming events, collection of resources and links for your reference, and other news. But most importantly, the Arctic Report is driven by you and the issues you want NSG to report on, the questions you want us to ask, and the events you want us to attend. We’re happy to give you a call about how we can be of service to you.