Timeline of key dates during State and Federal Communications’ history. Click each date in the slideshow to see major accomplishments in the State and Federal Communications history.
State and Federal Associates, founded in Washington DC
“Reporting Services” first offered by the original SF&A; producing two new compliance information publications:
Elizabeth Bartz joins S&FA to manage the Publications Department
ALERTS Consulting Service created to provide greater, personalized support and assistance for interested clients
State and Federal Communications, Inc. is founded when Elizabeth Bartz acquires the Compliance Publications unit from SF&A and moves to Akron, Ohio; Operations resume with 2 employees and 950 sq. ft of office space
ONLINE versions of the Executive’s Handbooks are first offered at: www.stateandfed.com to support our Subscription Clients and a growing number of ALERTS Clients
The growing company moves to a 2,000 sq. ft. office to support a staff of 10 employees
"State Contract Lobbyist Directory" is launched
"News You Can Use", an industry news-related aggregation service, first published to assist busy clients and colleagues by tracking relevant stories and issues
"Guidebooks" are first published and offered to clients as a popular, periodic, quick-reference highlight of Executive Handbook information
Company moves headquarters to downtown Akron; settling into 6,000 sq. ft of renovated office space at historic Courtyard Square
Procurement Lobbying™ resource guide added to assist clients navigate procurement requirements; available as ONLINE-feature only
Executive Source™ Guides banner created to better identify and coordinate the benefits of our three independent compliance services (Lobbying, Campaign Finance, and Procurement Lobbying)
“Compliance Now” e-newsletter begins public distribution for news of note for the compliance industry and State and Federal Communications
President and CEO, Elizabeth Bartz, is honored as one of Northeast Ohio’s "Women of Note" by Crain’s Cleveland Business News
Akron headquarters expanded to 8250 sq. ft. to accommodate 20 employees, and growing
Clients begin migration to the enhanced functionality of ONLINE Executive Source Guides; discontinuance of semi-annual, printed publication binders
The United Way of Summit County, Ohio selects Elizabeth Z. Bartz as the 2007 Woman Philanthropist of the Year
Canadian Compliance for US Companies™ resource guides added for Canadian Federal, 10 Provinces, and 3 Territories Nola R. Werren, Esq. celebrates 10 years with State and Federal Communications, Inc.
Federal Compliance focus continues to serve ALERTS Clients with the addition of a dedicated, DC-based Compliance Associate and local support staff
Ren Koozer, Director, I.T. celebrates 10 years with State and Federal Communications, Inc.
Company recognized by COSE's “Weatherhead 100” – as one of Northeast Ohio’s Fastest Growing Companies in 2010
The Greater Akron Chamber’s Small Business Council recognized State and Federal Communications, Inc. with the Excellence in Business Award as an outstanding business in our community
“News You Can Use” celebrates 10 years of solid contributions to our clients and colleagues
Jim Sedor, Senior Editor, celebrates 10 years with State and Federal Communications, Inc.
Social Media Coordinator establishes online presence for industry dialog and client feedback
State Government Affairs Council elects Elizabeth Z. Bartz as their President for 2011-2012.
Annual National Multicultural Business Conference chose Elizabeth Z. Bartz, President and CEO to receive a DiversityBusiness.com Award for its success in business in Ohio.
Nicolette B. Koozer, Sr. Graphics Coordinator, celebrates 10 years with State and Federal Communications, Inc.
The company expands into the second floor of Courtyard Square to accommodate 30-50 employees in 15,000 sq ft
State and Federal Communications presented with the 41st Annual Distinguished Sales and Marketing Award.
Melissa Coultas joins State and Federal Communications, Inc. as the sales and marketing manager.
Jeff Roberts celebrates 10 years with State and Federal Communications, Inc.
Mark Sedmock joins State and Federal Communications as the new comptroller.
Juli Hicks joins State and Federal Communications as Director of Human Resources.
State and Federal Communications celebrates 20th anniversary.
Pinnacle Award, September
Website Re-launch, November 1
Website Re-launch seminar in D.C.
Nov 12 & 13
WEATHERHEAD Award - December