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CQ Roll Call Events is the premier media and event partner in Washington, DC. As the original authority on Congress, we work with our sponsors to go beyond the Roll Call newsroom and bring the people, personalities and politics to life on stage. We offer fully customizable virtual and in-person events.


Virtual Event: Protecting America’s Medicine Cabinet

Feb 28, 2022 01:02 PM

EVENT OVERVIEW: Continued bicameral and bipartisan collaboration around medical shortages signals the importance of enhancing domestic manufacturing and providing diversity in the supply chain to ensure that essential medicines are available for all Americans without disruption.  Essential medicines are the priority medications that are critical to have available at all times to sustain the health […]

Virtual Event: A Path to Improving Cardiovascular Disease Outcomes in the US: Lessons Learned from a Public Health Crisis

Feb 14, 2022 11:02 AM

EVENT OVERVIEW: After decades of downward trends, cardiovascular disease (CVD) – America’s number one cause of death – is on the rise. The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a monumental and dangerous confluence of epidemics in part due to mass disruptions in diagnosis and treatment of serious chronic diseases like CVD. While […]

Virtual Event: Modernizing U.S. Election Infrastructure and Security: 2022 and Beyond

Feb 2, 2022 11:02 AM

On January 25, CTCL and CQ Roll Call’s Politics Editor, Herb Jackson, were joined by local, State, and Federal policymakers and advocates for a discussion on why federal funding for local election infrastructure is so critical to safeguarding systems from cyber security threats, updating and maintaining equipment, systems, and facilities, and ensuring that there is […]

Virtual Event: Building Climate and Energy Solutions One Atom at a Time

Feb 4, 2022 12:02 PM

On November 5, 2021, CQ Roll Call, University of California Office of National Laboratories, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory co-hosted a virtual event on the critical role of basic science and the Department of Energy’s National Laboratories in moving discoveries in fundamental science to society.  EVENT OVERVIEW:Achieving ambitious climate, energy and equity goals will require transformational technologies rooted […]

Live & Virtual Event: The Future of Travel Mobility

Feb 9, 2022 02:02 PM

EVENT OVERVIEW: On October 26, 2021, U.S. Travel Association hosted “The Future of Travel Mobility,” which gathered global leaders in travel, transportation, and technology, elected and appointed officials as well as policy influencers to engage on central issues impacting the future of travel mobility and the traveler experience, including: Sustainable Travel: A future vision for […]

Virtual Event: Revitalizing the Restaurant Industry: 2021 & Beyond

Feb 7, 2022 04:02 PM

On June 30, 2021, CQ Roll Call and the Beer Institute co-hosted a virtual event on Revitalizing the Restaurant Industry: 2021 and Beyond. EVENT OVERVIEW:More than a year into the pandemic, the hospitality industry continues to feel the daily impacts of job and revenue loss more than any other industry. After suffering extreme losses, Federal aid […]

Virtual Event Series: Homeownership in America: Prioritizing Attainability in 2021

Mar 8, 2021 04:03 PM

PART 3:Tuesday, April 20, 202111:00am – 11:30amWatch On-Demand Now CQ Roll Call’s Publisher, Josh Resnik, was joined for a panel conversation with industry experts to discuss: Main barriers to attainable homeownership Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the housing market  Trends in lending criteria for borrowers  How the current labor shortage and supply shortage in […]

Webinar: Challenges Facing Government Relations in 2021 – and How to Solve Them

Jan 27, 2021 10:01 AM

The recent publication of FiscalNote and CQ Roll Call’s annual state of the industry survey identified, not surprisingly, a number of extra challenges facing government relations professionals this year. Maybe the most prevalent is the fact that 78% of respondents are having to monitor more issues—often with smaller budgets and less staff. As the Biden-Harris […]

On-Demand: The First 100 Days—What to Expect

Jan 27, 2021 10:01 AM

With the start of the new year, members of Congress have been sworn in and the inauguration is just weeks away. The first 100 days of an administration are where priorities for the next four years are laid out, but with a divided Congress and likely political gridlock, which policies will have any hope of […]