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Our world is more uncertain than ever. Organizations today are learning how to respond to massive global disruptions, manage risk and uncertainty, and collaborate across dispersed teams.
At FiscalNote, we believe that in order to stay competitive, you need access to the right resources so you can make the best decisions for your organization. Our unified solutions keep your team aligned and informed.
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FiscalNote’s news and analysis includes two historic, non-partisan journalistic institutions — Congressional Quarterly and Roll Call — which together have over a century of experience finding, breaking, and truly understanding Washington’s most essential details.
Award-Winning Journalism from CQ and Roll Call
Our 150 strong newsroom of seasoned journalists and policy experts covering Capitol Hill includes multiple prize-winning writers and editors. Among the many awards our writers have won this year are the prestigious Dirksen award, several National Press Club awards, and the White House News Photographer Association’s Capitol Hill Still Photo of the Year.
The dome of the U.S. Capitol is seen through rain drops on the skylight of the Capitol Visitor Center on Thursday, May 17, 2018. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)