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As state legislative sessions wrap up, many state government affairs teams are tasked with reporting the activity of the year to the rest of the public affairs team. These reports are critical to show the inputs from the team, as well as the results of legislation where the organization had an impact.

With Quorum, organizations can create qualitative and quantitative reports on their legislative activity, then share that report with internal and external stakeholders.

Here’s an example of what your end-of-session reporting could look like. Download here to see the three easy steps to building your end of session reports with Quorum.

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With Quorum, organizations can create qualitative and quantitative reports on their legislative activity, then share that report with internal and external stakeholders.

Here’s an example of what your end-of-session reporting could look like. Download here to see the three easy steps to building your end of session reports with Quorum.

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With Quorum, organizations can create qualitative and quantitative reports on their legislative activity, then share that report with internal and external stakeholders.

Here’s an example of what your end-of-session reporting could look like. Download here to see the three easy steps to building your end of session reports with Quorum.

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Building State Legislative Reporting in Quorum

Building State Legislative Reporting in Quorum

As state legislative sessions wrap up, many state government affairs teams are tasked with reporting the activity of the year to the rest of the public affairs team. These reports are critical to show the inputs from the team, as well as the results of legislation where the organization had an impact.

With Quorum, organizations can create qualitative and quantitative reports on their legislative activity, then share that report with internal and external stakeholders.

Here’s an example of what your end-of-session reporting could look like. Download here to see the three easy steps to building your end of session reports with Quorum.