Innovation Nation

Latest GSG study explores what industries people find innovative, how they define innovation, and how they view their own local utility’s efforts.

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New GSG Compass

Smaller isn’t better: how Democrats can beat the
Republican argument for smaller government

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Patriot Act Reform

GSG bi-partisan research informed the ACLU's public campaign to win fundamental reforms to the Patriot Act and government surveillance.

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New GSG Study

In the tech sector, the term “disruptive” evokes innovation and the opportunity to make a change in our society, but what does it mean to the everyday American? We conducted a survey to find out…

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Award Winning Team

GSG is proud to have received a number of recognitions for its strategic and creative work for clients across business, politics, and causes.

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Our clients—which include Fortune 100 companies, national political leaders, associations and nonprofits—rely on GSG for candid guidance and fast, effective execution. We provide a combination of critical thinking and on-the-ground results that many other firms talk about, but few deliver.

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GSG Compass

Smaller Isn’t Better: How Dems Can Beat the GOP Small Gov Argument

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