PACE is a bipartisan government relations consulting firm based in the nation's capital. (703) 518-8600


As the country looks toward improving overall energy efficiency and reducing associated related air emissions, companies and organizations need to be aware of specific proposals and legislation that may impact these issues. Understanding the financial and structural impact of these proposals is not only important to the bottom line, but may very well determine the future viability of private corporations and trade associations.  From fuel sources to the built environment and overall energy policy, the PACE team is engaged.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions

PACE is well versed in policies pertaining to greenhouse gas emissions, whether the emissions are from stationary sources, or are mobile source emissions from automobiles and trucks. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) are addressing issues related to the greenhouse gas emissions from cars and trucks, which are also related to the regulation of the Corporate Average Fuel Efficiency (CAFE) standards. EPA continues to be actively involved in issues related to the relaxation of regulations restricting greenhouse gas emissions. From agency meetings with key personnel, drafting comments to proposed regulations, outreaching to key policy-makers in Congress, and to engagement with like-minded organization for maximize leverage, PACE works to ensure a continuous proactive experience.


With an increasingly global economy, manufacturing is no longer limited or regulated solely by the United States.  PACE advises several multinational clients with bases of manufacturing operations here and around the world on strategy and compliance issues.  Through strategic alliances with national organizations, PACE brings experience and contacts to assist companies in pursuing opportunities.

Advanced Manufacturing and Technology

With limited federal funding for the foreseeable future, there is a growing opportunity to leverage capital though public-private partnerships with local, state and federal governments. The US is looking to accelerate investment in advanced manufacturing technology, especially by small and medium-sized manufacturing enterprises. This includes early procurement by federal agencies of cutting-edge products.  PACE tracks these opportunities closely for our clients, and can identify available resources for your company or organization.