Quorum’s advanced social media monitoring combined with the world’s most comprehensive database of legislative information will ensure you never miss a mention of your issues or organization by members of Congress in their bills, tweets, Facebook posts, YouTube videos, press releases, floor statements, emails to constituents, and more.
Quorum pulls documents and information from the unified agenda, OIRA, OMB, federal register, and public inspection desk so you stay on top of your regulatory issues throughout the entire rulemaking process.Every regulation has a standardized and comprehensive profile so you have every related piece of information in one place.
Log your meetings with members of Congress and staffers using Quorum’s mobile app to preserve institutional knowledge, easily manage compliance reports, and measure your impact.
Quickly identify staffers by issue, role, committee, or the member they work for. Save or download emails, phone numbers, and issue areas, or use Quorum Outbox to deliver personalized email messages to hundreds of staffers at once.
Create comprehensive scorecards outlining members’ voting records, legislative productivity, number of interactions with your staff, and more. Use data from the American Community Survey to compare and contrast district or state demographics across all members of Congress.
Easily pull together custom biographies, social media mentions of your organization, and your organization’s previous interactions with members of Congress into a simple PDF download.
Identify who members work with most frequently, what issues they are most active on, and how effective they are at getting legislation out of committee.
Map your facilities, members, employees, and suppliers to every congressional district in the country. Easily access this information on-the-go with Quorum Mobile or share it in a customized PDF report.
Work smarter by tracking your issues by committee. Get alerts related to your issue from every congressional hearing (for all 45 committees and their subcommittees) within 60 minutes of a hearing's conclusion.