Michael Herson in the News

ADI President, Michael Herson, joins another Defense & Aerospace Podcast Roundtable 0

On this Roundtable episode of the Defense & Aerospace Report Podcast, guests include Byron Callan of the independent equity research firm Capital Alpa Partners, Michael Herson, President and CEO, American Defense International and Teri Schultz, a Brussels-based freelance reporter for National Public Radio; Ilan Berman of the American Foreign Policy Council; Lt. Gen.Bruce “Orville” Wright, […]

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ADI President, Michael Herson, joins Defense & Aerospace Podcast Roundtable 0

Listen in on the Defense & Aerospace Report Podcast where Michael Herson, President of American Defense International, joins other experts to discuss hot topics on Capitol Hill and around the world in the defense space. Other guests include Gordon Adams, PhD, Non-Resident Fellow at the Quincy Institute, Dov Zakheim, PhD, former DoD comptroller, now with the Center […]

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Posted on: 02-18-2020
Posted in: ADI, Defense, Michael Herson

Defense lobbyist on Congress, NDAA: ‘Every year is different’ 0

The Hill | December 3, 2019 | By Ellen Mitchell As much as things change from year to year, Michael Herson understands that when it comes to Congress, it’s just business. The president and co-owner of American Defense International (ADI) has long stood as one of Washington’s top defense industry lobbyists, but sometimes the desires […]

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McCollum, Ryan possible successors for defense spending gavel 0

CQ | Nov. 6, 2019 | By Jennifer Shutt The House Appropriations Committee will lose another senior Democrat in the 117th Congress, as Defense Subcommittee Chairman Peter J. Visclosky joins Nita M. Lowey, the full committee chairwoman, and Commerce-Justice-Science Subcommittee Chairman José E. Serrano in retirement. Visclosky’s departure opens up one of the most coveted positions on Capitol Hill, controlling nearly […]

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Posted on: 11-7-2019
Posted in: Defense, Lobbying, Michael Herson

Surprise retirement shakes up defense spending in Congress 0

Defense News | By: Joe Gould  |  5 November 2019 House Appropriations subcommittee Chairman Rep. Peter Visclosky, D-Ind., and Rep. Betty McCollum, D-Minn. listen to testimony during a hearing on U.S. Air Force budget request for FY 2020, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, April 2, 2019. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta) WASHINGTON ― Defense budgeting […]

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Posted on: 11-6-2019
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Defense & Aerospace Report Podcast Featuring ADI President Michael Herson 0

On this Roundtable episode of the Defense & Aerospace Report Podcast, sponsored by Bell, a Textron company, our guests include Byron Callan of the independent equity research firm Capital Alpa Partners, Bob Hale, former Pentagon comptroller (who now advises Booz Allen Hamilton — his thoughts are his own) and Michael Herson, President and CEO, American Defense […]

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Speaker Ryan’s retirement will have major impact on House defense debates 0

By: Leo Shane III and Joe Gould | Defense News  | April 11, 2018 WASHINGTON — House Speaker Paul Ryan’s surprise retirement announcement Wednesday ensures a dramatic overhaul in congressional leadership next year, which could have wide-ranging effects on defense debates in an already politically fractured legislature. Ryan, R-Wisc., said in a press conference Wednesday he will step down from his leadership […]

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Checks and Balance: The Appetite for Pork May Not Satisfy the Hunger for Change 0

CQ MAGAZINE – Commentary Feb. 5, 2018, By Kate Ackley Lawmakers almost certainly won’t resurrect earmarks before the November elections, but they’ve moved their debate from the secretive confines of something resembling a Dead Earmarks Society meeting to the public view of congressional hearings. And with good reason: Those pots of federal money handed out […]

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Posted on: 02-7-2018
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Top Lobbyists 2017: Hired Guns 0

BY THE HILL STAFF – 11/02/17 06:00 AM EDT   © Greg Nash Josh Ackil and Matt Tanielian, Franklin Square Group Companies large and small rely on this tech-centric lobbying firm, which this year delved into big issues like broadband access and intellectual property enforcement. Andy Barbour, Smith-Free Group   As a financial services pro, it’s no surprise […]

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Defense Priorities for 2018 Split Republicans, White House 0

By Roxana Tiron | June 15, 2017 3:24PM ET Congressional Republicans are gearing up for a clash with the Trump administration and among themselves over how much to spend on defense in the fiscal year starting Oct. 1. While lawmakers will negotiate over specific programs, look for more tension over the overarching question: whether Congress […]

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