In the Words of Our Clients...

“As the CEO of Frito-Lay, I needed a full and real-time picture of the industry landscape to help make decisions that would impact the company, and that’s exactly what Bulletin Intelligence provided me.”

  • Tom Greco, former CEO of Frito-Lay
  • Bulletin Intelligence “helped me keep up with all the news about the Department of Justice, and events that affected its work. It helped me assure that as I dealt with the daily issues put before me, there were none that were overlooked.”

  • Michael B. Mukasey, former U.S. Attorney General
  • “It is one of the first emails I read every day, no matter where I am in the world. It is also a great source of quick information for my executive team on a daily basis.”

  • Mary Vermeer Andringa, CEO of Vermeer Corp.,former Chair of the National Association of Manufacturers
  • “In this era of rapidly expanding and rapidly changing sources of information, no other resource matched” Bulletin Intelligence’s “success in collecting, digesting, and highlighting what I needed to know each day, without succumbing to information overload.”

  • Ron Klain, former Chief of Staff to Vice President Biden (2009-2011)
  • “When I was in the White House, among the first items I read each day was the News Summary, an excellent way to get an in-depth look at news and events and an essential tool to staying ahead of coming challenges.”

  • Karl Rove, Senior Advisor to President Bush (2001-2007)
  • The AARP Service “was the only way to be fully informed and ready for any curve balls that came my way.”

  • William Novelli, former CEO, AARP
  • “Early in the morning as I prepared for the day and week ahead, the Briefing was the first thing I would read.”

  • Don Evans, former U.S. Secretary of Commerce (2001-2005)
  • “It comes in early, summarizes the news in a very helpful way, and points me in the right direction for more information. It’s a great shortcut and very well-done.”

  • John Surma, former Chairman & CEO of U.S. Steel
  • “When I was at the Department of Health and Human Services, the News Briefing was among my daily must-reads to stay informed about the news and trends related to the department’s work. Bulletin Intelligence’s services are valuable and reliable.”

  • Kathleen Sebelius, former U.S Secretary of Health and Human Services
  • “When I was in Washington, your daily White House News Summary was a must-read at the Executive Office of the President. It was natural for me to bring you in to write Governor Schwarzenegger’s daily briefing when I was his press secretary. And it was a bonus to find you at Health Net when I took my current position.”

  • Margita Thompson, VP, External Communications, Health Net, Inc.
  • “Throughout my four years working at the State Department, my days would begin and end with Bulletin Intelligence. Even in the age of 24/7 news cycles and social media, there was no better way to stay informed of what was happening in every corner of the world.”

  • Philippe Reines, Senior Communication Advisor to Hillary Clinton
  • “I find it remarkably accurate and gets there early. This increases the chances of its being ahead of the curve.”

  • Sam Bodman, former U.S. Secretary of Energy
  • “I now eagerly look forward to getting that email vibration notice around 6am … Timely communication from a credible source allows me to be a better physician.”

  • Jim Rohack, 164th President of the American Medical Association
  • “When I was at the Department of Justice, the volume and sources of relevant news was enormous. The only way to get a good grasp of what was being reported each day was to read the DOJ News Briefing. I found it an invaluable tool.”

  • James Cole, former U.S. Deputy Attorney General
  • “At the Commerce Department this was the first thing I reached for when I arrived at the office.”

  • Carlos Gutierrez, former U.S. Secretary of Commerce
  • “The volume and reach of news coverage of the Treasury Department and its bureaus made the daily briefing from Bulletin News a critical part of my morning routine. The staff was flexible in adapting to our needs over time, and their product was reliable and first-rate in succinctly capturing the tone and core substance of reporting across a variety of media.”

  • Jenni LeCompte, former Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs, U.S. Department of the Treasury
  • “USAID News Briefing was timely, short with broad coverage. Great format.”

  • Henrietta Holsman Fore, former USAID Administrator
  • Bulletin Intelligence “was my first read of the day as Secretary and served well to keep me abreast of public domain issues, large and small, across a vast organization.”

  • Dr. James B. Peake, former U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs
  • “As FEMA Administrator, it was critical that I stayed on top of the news and current events. That is why each morning started with the FEMA News Summary.”

  • R. David Paulison, former FEMA Administrator
  • “As the Housing and Urban Development Secretary, in order to stay abreast on current housing and community development news and issues, I regularly read the Housing and Urban Development News Briefing.”

  • Alphonso Jackson, former U.S. Secretary of HUD
  • “When I was in the White House, and then later at the Justice Department, I read the daily News Briefing to help keep me informed of current events and the news of the day. It was informative and helpful.”

  • Alberto R. Gonzales, former Counsel to the President and former U.S. Attorney General