Government Procurement

The many facets of government offer myriad business opportunities for corporations with the right qualifications, but a lack of access to decision makers often presents an insurmountable obstacle.  Our experience and depth of relationships allows us to position skilled corporations to make their case before the governmental entities that need their services the most.  Additionally, our continuous monitoring of key agencies and departments gives us real-time knowledge of their needs before a public request for proposal is issued.   

Grassroots and Grasstops Engagement

As a consultant to over twenty-five state, federal, and local campaigns as well as a regional director for the George H. W. Bush for President Campaign and the Republican National Committee, Jay Morgan has experience in directing strategic campaigns that is unparalleled for its longevity among Georgia-based public affairs consultants.  As the youngest Executive Director of a Republican Party organization in the country in his home state of Georgia, he applied grassroots and telemarketing strategies for the first time in Georgia and oversaw the effort to triple the party’s donor base at a critical time in its development.  With then-GOP Chairman Paul Coverdell, he engineered the Georgia GOP’s first algebraic targeting system for state legislative races, which identified vulnerable incumbents and winnable open seats. 

Legislative Advocacy

Government is a complex and cumbersome world to understand.  We have the relationships, expertise, and attention to detail that is required to ensure that your interests are represented throughout all levels of government.  Identifying, informing, and building relationships with key influencers is a cornerstone of our process.  In particular, our firm specializes in state level legislative advocacy at the Georgia General Assembly; for twenty years, the J.L. Morgan Company has provided corporations, coalitions, candidates, and business associations with solid strategic plans for execution of government affairs tactics.  To effectively demonstrate the important role that businesses play in legislators' districts and throughout the state is essential to building champions and establishing the credibility of an organization among policymakers.  Oftentimes this can be achieved through on-site visits that give officials the opportunity to speak with employees in their district and see an organizations' value added to the community up close and personally.  Below are photographs from legislative visits and tours that the J.L. Morgan Company has facilitated over the past few years.  


  The JL Morgan company team with governor nathan deal at an event for public service Commissioner Tricia Pridemore.  

The JL Morgan company team with governor nathan deal at an event for public service Commissioner Tricia Pridemore. 

  the jl morgan team supports donna sheldon as she campaigns for house district 105.

the jl morgan team supports donna sheldon as she campaigns for house district 105.

  American transaction processors coalition members Jack marr (tsys), West richards (Atpc executive director), Barry mccarthy (Firstdata), and Doug sandberg (Worldpay) stand with us House financial services committee chairman jeb hensarling (tx-5) after hosting him at a private dinner. 

American transaction processors coalition members Jack marr (tsys), West richards (Atpc executive director), Barry mccarthy (Firstdata), and Doug sandberg (Worldpay) stand with us House financial services committee chairman jeb hensarling (tx-5) after hosting him at a private dinner. 

  The Jl morgan company team stands with georgia attorney general chris carr at his swearing in ceremony on november 1, 2016.

The Jl morgan company team stands with georgia attorney general chris carr at his swearing in ceremony on november 1, 2016.

  State representatives Brett Harrell (R-snellville), buzz brockway (R-lawrenceville), Sharon Cooper (R-Marietta), Geoff Duncan (R-cumming), Valerie Clark (R-lawrenceville), and David Clark (R-buford) take a tour of the mckesson distribution center in duluth, georgia along with rep-elect scott Hilton and neil bitting from the office of governor nathan deal.

State representatives Brett Harrell (R-snellville), buzz brockway (R-lawrenceville), Sharon Cooper (R-Marietta), Geoff Duncan (R-cumming), Valerie Clark (R-lawrenceville), and David Clark (R-buford) take a tour of the mckesson distribution center in duluth, georgia along with rep-elect scott Hilton and neil bitting from the office of governor nathan deal.

  Local pharmacy owner loren pierce and one of his pharmacists speak with lt. Governor Casey cagle and Representative beth Beskin (R-Atlanta) about pharmacy issues that are important to them.

Local pharmacy owner loren pierce and one of his pharmacists speak with lt. Governor Casey cagle and Representative beth Beskin (R-Atlanta) about pharmacy issues that are important to them.

  REP. WES CANTRELL (R-WOODSTOCK) visits Classrooms at clark creek elementary school with representatives from the georgia council for teachers of mathematics.

REP. WES CANTRELL (R-WOODSTOCK) visits Classrooms at clark creek elementary school with representatives from the georgia council for teachers of mathematics.

  state senator dean burke (r-bainbridge), state representative ed rynders (r-albany), and ben jarrard from the office of governor nathan deal stand with executives from procter and gamble after taking a tour of the bounty and charmin plant in albany, georgia.

state senator dean burke (r-bainbridge), state representative ed rynders (r-albany), and ben jarrard from the office of governor nathan deal stand with executives from procter and gamble after taking a tour of the bounty and charmin plant in albany, georgia.

  state representative buddy harden (R-cordele) stands with leaders from u-save-it pharmacy in cordele, georgia after VISITING with employees TO discuss pharmacy issues that are important to them.

state representative buddy harden (R-cordele) stands with leaders from u-save-it pharmacy in cordele, georgia after VISITING with employees TO discuss pharmacy issues that are important to them.

  State senator butch miller (R-Gainesville), house minority caucus chair stacey evans (D-smyrna), state senator elena parent (d-atlanta), and state rep. geoff Duncan (R-Cumming) participate in a panel discussion moderated by ron tarson, chairman of the georgia hotel and lodging association government affairs committee. 

State senator butch miller (R-Gainesville), house minority caucus chair stacey evans (D-smyrna), state senator elena parent (d-atlanta), and state rep. geoff Duncan (R-Cumming) participate in a panel discussion moderated by ron tarson, chairman of the georgia hotel and lodging association government affairs committee. 

  Executives from elavon, nowaccount network corporation, and the american transaction processors coalition stand with House economic development committee chairman ron stephens (R-Savannah), senate Economic development committee chairman brandon beach (R-alpharetta), and senate banking committee chairman burt jones (R-jackson) after a meeting of the   Joint Study Committee on Incentives for Financial Technologies & the Payment Processing Industry.  

Executives from elavon, nowaccount network corporation, and the american transaction processors coalition stand with House economic development committee chairman ron stephens (R-Savannah), senate Economic development committee chairman brandon beach (R-alpharetta), and senate banking committee chairman burt jones (R-jackson) after a meeting of the Joint Study Committee on
Incentives for Financial Technologies & the Payment Processing Industry.  

FINTECH ATLANTA is a coalition of companies (from Fortune 500s to startups) and other organizations working to cement Atlanta as the recognized global capital of financial technology. The group’s priorities are to fund and fuel efforts to RECRUIT, RETAIN and EXPAND businesses and jobs across the FinTech ecosystem in metro Atlanta and the state of Georgia.