In the Media


SpaceX roils space launch industry with innovative technologies, advocacy

Frank Morring, Jr., Jen DiMascio, Amy Svitak, and Amy Butler, Aviation Week & Space Technology The world’s increasingly enmeshed space launch industry has one more factor to consider as it struggles to accommodate the geopolitical uproar over Russia’s Crimean adventure. His name is Elon Musk. Musk continues pushing hard to become […]


Green & Co. Highlighted in Politico Influence

J.A. Green & Company was highlighted in the March 25th edition of Politico Influence: SpaceX Signs Second Lobbyist this Month The rocket and spacecraft technology company is gearing up for discussions on satellite launches. It’s signed back-to-back hires with American Defense International and J.A. Green and Company this month, both focused […]


Pentagon Says Rare Earth Elements Less at Risk

China controls the rare earth elements that US defense relies on for its high-tech equipment, and now the Pentagon is claiming that the balance is shifting. There is always a risk that China, which monopolizes extraction of rare earth elements, could disrupt supplies diverted for use in US military applications, […]


Stakes High if Congress Can’t Pass NDAA

Juana Summers, Politico House and Senate aides say they’re closer to reaching an accord, and remain optimistic that the bill — which represents about half of the discretionary budget — will pass. The two chambers may attempt to each pass similar legislation and send it back and forth across the Capitol, […]


US Military Spending Cuts: No Change on the Horizon

US military spending is currently constrained by ongoing budget battles in Congress, with consequent negative affects for titanium and other strategic metals – and the situation is unlikely to change any time soon. This was made clear by legislative expert Jeffrey A. Green, of J.A. Green & Co., in a […]